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Volume 134, Issue 6


Arts
girl art boy art If City Arts Gallery Curator Jim Torlakson had intentionally set out to represent feminine and masculine aesthetics in American art, he could not do better than to set the juvenile, riot grrly work of Nancy Mizuno Elliott alongside the insects and crustaceans of Robert Horning.

Cafeteria Catwalk Consider the noon fashion shows presented in the cafeteria through Dec. 10, as educational trunk shows furnished by the fashion coordination class. They are occasions to see shrewd, cutting-edge, formal and casual must-haves for budget-minded students.

¡Viva Frida!
By Jennifer Roolf
"Mama, Papa? I have a surprise for you."
With these words a young Frida Kahlo hauls herself out of her wheelchair.
Beetle Battle

Beetle Battle (1999, oil on canvas), a post-human world with Horning's brawny muse, the Dung Beetle.