Category - Arts and Entertainment

Drama from the Front Lines A Veterans Day performance taps the power of “If All the Sky Were Paper.”

The mark of a compelling story is that it’s told over and over, sometimes even to the same listeners, who often hear something new in each retelling. So it is with “If All the Sky Were Paper,” the play by Chapman...

Artful Explorers

Wherever art and science share synchronous orbits, chances are Lia Halloran will be there, contributing momentum. Halloran, an associate professor in the Department of Art as well as a practicing artist, recently...

Cause for Celebration at the Oscars Best Picture Win for 'Green Book' is Sweet Silver Lining for Chapman Film Alumnus

A Chapman University alumni filmmaker has been nominated in this year’s Academy Awards for his editing work on the acclaimed feature film “Green Book.”

Hilbert Museum Acquires Important Norman Rockwell Drawing "Crestwood Commuter Station" will be displayed to public starting Feb. 2

The Hilbert Museum of California Art at Chapman University has acquired a large and highly detailed Norman Rockwell pencil drawing, “Crestwood Commuter Station,” created in preparation for one of the artist’s iconic...

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Protecting the Health of ‘Artistic Athletes’

Suicide, career-ending injuries and the stress of relentless workouts might seem like problems seen just among elite athletes. But many performing artists also are at a high risk for developing these conditions, says a...

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Star-Studded Evening Raises Nearly $2 Million for Student Scholarships at Chapman University

A founding member of the Grateful Dead. An Emmy-winning television producer. Two dynamic philanthropists. At Chapman Celebrates, all were proud Panthers in support of student scholarships.

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A Season of Awards for the Hilbert Museum Chapman's art museum is honored by City of Orange.

This fall has turned out to be quite a season of awards and public recognition for Chapman University’s Hilbert Museum.  It all began with founders Mark and Janet Hilbert being honored with the Helena Modjeska...

Monsters Among Us Beasts old and new take the stage in Chapman University's 2018-2019 theatre season.

Monsters aren’t just the stuff of Halloween, swooping onto the scene in the trappings of their kind – capes, fangs, flying brooms and all the rest – then exiting stage left until next season. People can conjure them up...

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Appalachian Awakening Documentarian Sally Rubin trains her lens on the shallow stereotypes of a region and ends up diving deeply into a whole new conversation.

Sally Rubin was determined to get to know Appalachia – to untie the knot and disentangle the misconceptions that attach themselves to the region. But first she had to find her way there.

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Drama from the Front Lines Annette Bening, Ed Asner and Gary Cole will star in a Veterans Day production of ‘If All the Sky Were Paper’ at Musco Center.

The mark of a compelling story is that it’s told over and over, sometimes even to the same listeners, who often hear something new in each retelling. So it is with “If All the Sky Were Paper,” a play by Chapman...