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LibroMobile Is The Tiniest Bookstore in Santa Ana

By Diana Romano

In the midst of bustling Fourth St., Sarah Rafael Garcia stands out on her own. She converses with curious bystanders, engaged in each conversation. Behind her lay rows of books, neatly arranged on wooden shelves and crates. She wears a beaming smile as she presents Libromobile, her solution for downtown Santa Ana’s missing Latino bookstore.

Do Your Holiday Shopping at SAC’s Art Sale

By Annie Lam

Are you an artist who is looking to sell your work? Or are you interested in buying unique handmade gifts?

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  • November 28, 2016
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Students and Faculty Attend Inaugural Arts-a-Palooza

By Faith Hernandez

Santa Ana College’s Fine and Performing Arts departments rallied at Arts-a-Palooza, the division’s first open house event on Wednesday Sept.

New Directory Hopes to Put Santa Ana Arts and Culture on the Map

By Faith Hernandez

Santa Ana will soon have a comprehensive culture map and artist directory, after 150 art community members participated in the

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New Art Exhibit Features Individual Works From Series

By el Don News

By Meghan Kliewer A new art exhibit at Santa Ana College showcases sculptures, paintings and drawings by several California artists. Each

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Bowers’ Latest Lecture Series Focuses on “Los Tres Grandes” Mexican Muralists

By el Don News

by Meghan Kliewer Bowers Museum’s current lecture series offers students an opportunity to learn about Los Tres Grandes of the

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Teacher Edward Fosmire Makes Art Come Alive With Ancient Artifacts

By el Don News

By Jorge Campos [dropcap]S[/dropcap]taring at the sarcophagus of Tutankhamun, a little boy is in awe. His curiosity takes hold of

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Santa Ana Painters and Businesses Revive the Art of Hand-Lettered Signs

By el Don News

By Itzel Quintana As you walk around a local shopping center you will notice the hand painted sign that looks

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SAC’s Jewelry Program Returns After Seven Years

By el Don News

  By Meghan Kliewer The jewelry program has been reinstated seven years after it was cut. “Throughout my jewelry instructing

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Students Paint SAC Anniversary Murals

By el Don News

By Arleeny Escarcega Art students and volunteers are painting a mural on the walls of the Johnson Center in honor