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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,...

Photographic installation: Photographer captures ordinary objects

Mehek Kapur, Staff Reporter | June 5, 2019

Student photographer Matthew Fernandez, 23, professional photography major, won a Juror’s Choice Award for a photographic installation in a student exhibition in the Euphrat Museum last week. “Trash...

The photograph featured in Matt Cricks work My Street portrays a displays house in his neighborhood.

Photography: De Anza artist seeks meaningful works

Lianna Martinez, Staff Reporter | June 5, 2019

As a child he wanted nothing but to feel free in his own creativity. Matt Crick, 28, photography and digital media major, was a child who needed a  way to express himself. Growing up in a rough...

Marie Serda, 57, art major, has her painting The Blue Bird on display at the Euphrat Museum.

Painting: Artist inspired by adventure, childhood in France

Dominique Evangelista, Staff Reporter | June 5, 2019

Moving to the United States, she lived throughout Europe where she taught art to children and once at a retirement home. Today, you could find her painting on the back of her pickup truck. She teaches...

Jennifer Lay, 30, sculpture major, created the work Family Dinner,

Sculpture: Student captures diversity in artwork

Bryan Vo, Staff Reporter | June 5, 2019

Growing up in a Chinese Peruvian household, this De Anza student’s multicultural upbringing led her to create an award-winning sculpture. Jennifer Lay, 30, sculpture major, said an in-class assignment...

Graphic design: Designer displays message of consent

Graphic design: Designer displays message of consent

Yoorim Cho, Staff Reporter | June 5, 2019

Gisell Mello, graphic design major, developed an interest in art by teaching herself. Mello learned the basics of drawing by watching YouTube videos. “Before I came to De Anza, I took many outside...

Veronica Felix, 44, ceramics major, molds clay into a soccer ball.

Ceramics: Award-winning artist finds element

Jamie Lamping, Web Editor | June 5, 2019

A young Veronica Felix was not going to let the loud, chanting crowds of a political demonstration stop her from going to school. She would find another way, or ask someone to guide her. Nor was she...

Art pieces stand scattered apart from each other as the lightening for the exhibit is set up.

De Anza’s Euphrat Museum hosts student art show with record number of submissions

Stephanie Lam, Staff Reporter | May 4, 2018

The Euphrat Museum of Art will host the De Anza Student Art Show from May 7 to June 8. According to Diana Argabrite, the museum's Program Coordinator, the show will feature recent art made by De Anza's...

Khong, Lukach, and Pizzaro-  The Silicon Valley Reads selected 2018 authors, Rachel Khong and Mark Lukach, answer audience written questions read by Mercury News columnist Sal Pizzaro during the Feb. 1 Kick-Off event at De Anzas Visual & Performing Arts Center.

Silicon Valley Reads focuses on caregiving, solidarity

Ethan Maneja, Staff Reporter | February 12, 2018

The Silicon Valley Reads Kick-Off event was hosted at De Anza College’s Visual and Performing Arts Center on Feb. 1 and featured an on-stage interview of this year’s selected authors. Silicon Valley...

Dia de los Muertos Sugar Skulls, De Anza Puente Class with Professor Lydia Hearn.

Faculty and staff show off their art

Alena Naiden, Staff Writer | November 3, 2014

Wooden sculptures and clay ceramics, watercolor paintings and video installations, mixed media collages and inkjet photograph; You can see all this and more at the Foothill-De Anza faculty art show...

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