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DA Voices: What project are you working on?

DA Voices: What project are you working on?

Chia Yu Wu | June 16, 2023

“DA Voices'' is a recurring feature used to spotlight De Anza College’s diverse community voices. We ask the same question of different people and arrange their quotes so that readers can see varying...

Playful murals decorate the walls of the studio complex on The Alameda in San Jose on May 20.

Photo Essay: Silicon Valley Open Studios brings community art engagement

Leila Salam | May 21, 2023

Artists across Silicon Valley shared their craft with the public as the third and final weekend of Silicon Valley Open Studios kicked off on May 20. “I like to show people not only what I’m working...

Artwork by Audra O’Reilly showcases at the Euphrat Museum. From left to right, “Stay Safe,” “Cleo,” “New Normal,” and “Shop Small.”

Euphrat Museum’s ‘Unframed’ exhibit highlights the pandemic’s impact through student artwork

Juliette Fesas, Reporter | June 29, 2022

De Anza’s Euphrat Museum opened “Unframed,” a student art exhibit, in collaboration with the Fine Arts League of Cupertino from April 27 to May 31, featuring student artwork in a variety of mediums,...

2014/2020 202 Bay St., Staten Island (2020), Wardell Milan

“Our whole, unruly selves” spotlights identity and representation through figurative art

Maida Suta, Reporter | November 23, 2021

Ascending the staircase to the second floor of the San Jose Museum of Art, music faintly trails out of a room as multimedia sculptures and dazzling canvasses come into view. With over 90 works on display,...

A large variety of vendor booths at the Sunnyvale Art and Wine Festival.

Sunnyvale Art and Wine Festival Kicks off despite the hot weather

Kaylee Flores, Reporter | October 11, 2021

Downtown Sunnyvale was hot, all while the sound of live music floated through the air and the white tents of vendor booths spotted the street. Murphy Avenue was filled with smells from the restaurants...

Cartoonist leads De Anza students in drawing exercises in Queer Storytelling Workshop Event

Cartoonist leads De Anza students in drawing exercises in Queer Storytelling Workshop Event

Maida Suta, Reporter | June 4, 2021
Bay Area writer and cartoonist Trinidad Escobar guided attendees through sketches and a self-portrait while discussing her art and experiences as a queer woman in the Queer Storytelling Drawing Workshop on May 13 at De Anza College.
Photo courtesy of Pedro Szekely (CC BY-SA 2.0)

Paris at home: Louvre offers free virtual tours

Vi Nguyen, Reporter | February 24, 2021
You can now explore a piece of Paris in your living room.
Graphic courtesy of the Euphrat Museum of Art

De Anza art museum fundraises money at “Taste of History” event

Rahul Makhijani, Reporter | February 7, 2021
The California History Center and Euphrat Museum of Art fundraised money to sustain their programs in a "Taste of History" speaker event on Feb. 4.
De Anza students and faculty adjust to art classes online

De Anza students and faculty adjust to art classes online

Mathew Bejarano, Reporter | February 4, 2021
As students head into their third online quarter, art students and professors discuss the difficulties and advantages of the virtual environment.
Not everyone has the privilege of wearing a mask without fearing for their safety by Fatema Kazi

De Anza writers, artists express pandemic through art

Kaveh Nasseri Mashhadi, Staff Reporter | November 24, 2020

The pandemic has impacted De Anza College students from all walks of life, and artists and creative writers are no exception.    Creative writer Julian Parayno-Stoll, 22, philosophy major,...

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