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Art Hop Brings Fun, Family and Excitement to Downtown Fresno

Art Hop Brings Fun, Family and Excitement to Downtown Fresno

Story By: Toni Woodruff, Reporter

September 11, 2018


Filed under Arts & Literature, Downtown Fresno, Entertainment, Food, Music

Food trucks lined the sidewalks of downtown Fresno with laughter, while artists filled the streets with art, music and dancers showcasing their work. What started out as a few art galleries and museums exhibiting their work has now blossomed into a platform to celebrate all types of talent. “At...

John Cho Celebrates Release of Poetry Book

John Cho Celebrates Release of Poetry Book

Story By: Claudia Chavez, Reporter

April 17, 2018


Filed under Arts & Literature, Entertainment

Fresno City College Asian American studies professor John Cho celebrated the release of his poetry book on April 10 in the recital hall. As part of the college’s Asian American History Month celebrations, students, friends, family and colleagues listened to Cho’s poems such as “Awakening Hero,”...

Young Artists Redefining Fresno Culture

Young Artists Redefining Fresno Culture

Story By: Gabbi Micheli, Reporter

April 17, 2018


Filed under Arts & Literature, Entertainment

The evening sun is starting to set in downtown Fresno on a recent Thursday, and the fluorescent array of neon lights begins to light up the night. As the noise of cars dies down, the eruption of music and voices of the old and young rise. It is that time of month again: Art Hop. Art Hop continuousl...

“Thickets” Portrays an Organic Tangle of Multifaceted Women

“Thickets” Portrays an Organic Tangle of Multifaceted Women

Story By: Paulina Rodríguez, Reporter

March 7, 2018


Filed under Arts & Literature, Entertainment

“Thickets,” a multi-disciplinary, intergenerational exhibit that brings together the work of six women, will be on display at Fresno City College’s Art Space Gallery from March 1 through April 6. Elena Harvey Collins, Art Space Gallery curator, says a thicket is “an organic tangle of brush...

‘Silent Sky’ Opening Night Shines Bright

‘Silent Sky’ Opening Night Shines Bright

Story By: Jimmy Heng, Reporter

November 13, 2017


Filed under Arts & Literature, Entertainment, Theater

The audience filled every seat in the Studio 105 Theatre on the opening night of “Silent Sky,” Nov. 10. Piano music filled the room while they eagerly waited for a play that would make them laugh, cry, and smile. The room dimmed, a light shined on center stage, and “Silent Sky” began. “S...

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