In the midst of the pandemic, performing arts ensembles like Studio Orchestra continue to grapple with the absence of live performance while using new methods of performance.
Author: Rajvinder Singh
The virtual conference Women Make Film, a panel of four filmmakers, prompts a look at how faculty and students in CSULB’s Department of Film and Electronic Arts are in pursuit of representing women in the industry.
CSULB graduate Jess Kung’s discusses the value of storytelling through different mediums and their documentary short “Faith Alone,” featured in KCET’s Fine Cut Festival meant for emerging filmmakers.
A look at how students at CSULB go about their social lives during this stage of the coronavirus pandemic.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, artists grapple with creating in their newfound confines.
Here are five films to occupy CSULB students’ imaginations in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
The step show, organized by the National Pan-Hellenic Council, aims to preserve tradition and history at the Walter Pyramid with the 27th annual Long Beach Step Show Saturday, Feb. 29.
Ceramic art student Maria Abrahamian’s solo show, features art pieces that challenge female conventions. The exhibition will be on display in the Merlino Gallery Feb. 16 through 20.
Irwin graduated from CSULB in 1983 and went on to shoot several films. The Daily Forty-Niner reached out to Irwin to discuss his work on “Joker” and lessons learned at the university.
The Kleefeld Contemporary at CSULB will unveil a new series that will challenge the way contemporary art is experienced with a one-work, one-week installation for eight artists.