The Manetti Shrem Museum of Art by SO-IL & Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

By Josephine Minutillo – Beginning in the early 1960s, the University of California at Davis became home to a thriving academic art scene, with influential figures Wayne Thiebaud, known for his colorful paintings of everyday objects, and Robert Arneson, father of the Funk movement, among its diverse faculty. In recent years, the university has sought to reignite the creative energy of that era

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