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Nation’s first Youth Poet Laureate shows the power of young voices

Story By: David Richards, Opinion Editor January 28, 2021

On the morning of January 20, against the backdrop of Washington elites, past presidents, first ladies, and celebrities, Amanda Gorman, a 22-year-old poet from Los Angeles, in a bright yellow blazer and...

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The Hardships of Creating “Body and Soul” During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Story By: Jessie Martinez and Julie Chavez November 22, 2020

The Fresno City College Dance Department’s City Dance Fall 2020 Concert premiered Friday Nov. 20. Here is the behind the scenes scoop of the concert, which like many other virtual concerts, did not come...

The FCC Wind Ensemble poses for a shot at the Shaghoian Performing Arts Center in October 2019. Photo courtesy of Elisha Wilson

Wind Ensemble Carnegie Hall Trip Cancelled due to COVID-19

Story By: Briana Davis, Entertainment Editor September 15, 2020

Imagine it is the beginning of the semester and it’s time for the field trip you’ve been waiting for. The trip to no other than Carnegie Hall in New York City. Only to find out it’s cancelled...

Caleb Duarte's sculpture and drawing derived from the scene in his video

Chuchería Presented by Caleb Duarte

Story By: Ruby Roque, Reporter March 11, 2020

Art Space Gallery at Fresno City College opened its doors to “Chuchería,” a new sculptural installation by Caleb Duarte on Thursday, March 5.  Caleb Duarte is a full-time sculpture instructor...

‘Going Public’ with the Gallery

Story By: Christian Zarcone, Reporter November 13, 2019

What was once an art gallery is now a studio filled with different motion pictures. The Art Space Gallery has put on an experimental video show. Each video is different and unique in its own way. Some...

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