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Architectural Bottle Cap Art Exhibition by Ron Yeo: April 3 - May 26, 2017

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Newport Beach City Arts Commission presents an exhibition by architect Ron Yeo in the Central Library lobby gallery from April 3 through May 26.  

A native Californian, Ron Yeo and his wife have lived in Corona del Mar for the past 53 years. His CdM architectural practice has consisted primarily of cultural/recreational projects along with custom home designs. 

Ron is well known for his Nature and Interpretive Centers such as the earth sheltered “Back Bay Muth Center”, the “Back Bay Science Center” as well as the “Newport Theater Arts Center”. 

Recently Ron has developed a series of art projects out of recycled bottle caps, some of which are currently on display. The majority of plastic water bottle caps & all of the action figures were abandoned & picked up on morning beach walks.


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UC Irvine Art Students Introduce "The Book, Reimagined"

Exhibit: March 26- April 30   Special Event: Saturday, April 8, 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Art students from UC Irvine will be in the Café at the Central Library on Saturday, April 8 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. to talk about their exhibit, “The Book, Reimagined,” which is on display through April 30. 

The exhibit, on the upper level of the Central Library, features “books as objects” created by students from winter quarter Artist Book studio at University of California, Irvine. The undergraduate art class encourages students to explore the relationship between image/text by creating handmade one-of-a-kind or edition book projects utilizing various techniques. 

Art pieces in the exhibit will rotate periodically through the month. Student participants include: Karina M. Andelian, Shalini Chakrabarty, Jasmine Eunjung Chang, Ailee Chen, Michelle Chu, Murphy Chu, Keven Colchado, Eunice Amaren Edigin, Albert Escobedo, Alyssa Midori Harper, Aaron Matthew Hilado, Diane Ngoc Diem Huynh, Da Yae Kim, Leighton Lee, Danielle Victoria Mariano, Elle Mersereau, Mahtab Mohammadi, Linda Phuong Nguyen, Latiara Rashid, Ziba Safavian, Evan Houston Stanfield, Faris Taher, Ana Luisa Torres, Vi Yen Vu, Qing Wei, Danielle Moriah Westbrook, and Hanqing Xu. 


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