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Citrus College Dedicates $19 Million Visual Arts Building


From left: Jennifer Chavez Ramos, student trustee; Dr. Barbara R. Dickerson, vice president; Dr. Perri; Susan Keith, president; Dr. Patricia Rasmussen, clerk/secretary; Joanne Montgomery, board member; and Dr. Edward C. Ortell, board member.

Citrus College, which serves Monrovia, dedicated a new $19 million, 37,000 square foot visual arts building on Sept. 6 after several years of planning and nearly two years of construction.

It features studio for drawing, painting, printmaking, digital design, transmedia, animation, mixed media and photo and video production, a 150-seat lecture hall, an art gallery, computer labs, a ceramics lab, general purpose classrooms, faculty offices and a space for Citrus College's student newspaper, the Clarion.

The three-story project was funded by Measure G, a general obligation bond measure approved in 2004 by voters in the Citrus Community College District.

- Brad Haugaard

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