CSUF News Service
Arts Faculty in the News
March 24, 2016
Chuck Grieb's "The Mere" represents the epic hero Beowulf descending into the depths to battle with Grendel's mother.
Chuck Grieb, professor of art, had his illustration “The Mere” accepted into the 23rd volume of Spectrum: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art — one of thousands of illustrations submitted, from which fewer than 300 were chosen. The annual publication showcases the best fantastic art from around the world.
Cellist Bongshin Ko, professor of music, will perform a solo recital March 31 at the Biblioteca de Catalunya in Barcelona.
Christopher Slogar, associate professor of art, co-authored “Nobody Can Harm You, Nobody Can Charm You: Efik Nnabo Society Masquerades of Calabar, Nigeria” in the spring issue of African Arts.