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Aug. 30, 2021

Some Magical Scripps Spots and the People Behind Them

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Dec. 11, 2020

In the Media: Whitney Museum Exhibition Celebrates Mexican Muralists, Los Angeles Times Reports

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Dec. 20, 2019

A Public Art Tour of The Claremont Colleges

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August 30, 2021

Some Magical Scripps Spots and the People Behind Them

Not only did Ellen Browning Scripps found the College at a time when there were few influential female philanthropists, but some of its most beloved spaces exist because of donors who followed her example. Their visible dedication to Scripps’ mission continues to impact—and delight—those on campus today.

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December 11, 2020

In the Media: Whitney Museum Exhibition Celebrates Mexican Muralists, Los Angeles Times Reports

The Whitney Museum’s current exhibition, “Vida America: Mexican Muralists Remake American Art, 1925-1945,” celebrates and documents the ways in which Mexican muralists influenced America’s 20th-century painters, the Los Angeles Times reported.

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December 20, 2019

A Public Art Tour of The Claremont Colleges

At the turn of the 20th century, Claremont was a hub of the nascent Arts and Crafts movement, leading to the city’s status as a mecca for artists. Over a century later, Claremont and its colleges remain an artistic destination, with innovative, conceptual, traditional, and protest art around nearly every corner.

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May 16, 2019

Spotlight on Seniors: Gillian Holzer’s Mellow Yellow

Vincent Van Gogh’s sunflowers are wilting. In early 2018, news outlets around the world reported on chemical analyses performed by a team of Dutch and Belgian scientist that revealed that the sunflowers in Van Gogh’s famous paintings were degrading, turning from bright yellow to muddy olive green.

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