Award-winning pianist Michael Mizrahi made his Long Beach appearance to share the love of music composition.
Fine & Performing Arts
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The group exhibition includes “Prologue,” which features work from eight graduating drawing and painting BFA students. ”Postures,” located at the Merlino, Dutzi and Werby galleries, shows displays from photography students.
As the holiday season gets underway, the Bob Cole Conservatory of Music will be holding its 40th annual Winter Festival Concert to celebrate the holidays with songs and carols.
This year’s senior gallery featured over 40 artists from the illustration, animation and pre-production fields. Each student showcased a portfolio of two-dimensional work, resulting in a variety of visuals in the exhibit.
The tragic love story is countrified by Brandi Carlile’s album “Bear Creek” in the Long Beach State production.
The slasher-comedy “Hookman” by Lauren Yee at CSULB’s Studio Theatre tells the story of Lexi, a freshman in college navigating life after a tragedy.
The symphony returned to the halls of the Carpenter Performing Arts Center with an exciting first program of the year.
“Mud” is a stark and uncompromising drama that shows the bleak reality of everyday life and the wistful hope for a better life just out of reach. Performed by students from Long Beach State’s Theater Arts Department, “Mud” will be opening at the Players Theater, Sept. 13.
The Kleefeld Contemporary Art Museum will host a new exhibit highlighting women artists; “B.A.T State III: Women Artists in Conversation with El Nopal Press” and will run from Sept. 9 through Nov. 14.
Artist Carolyn Campagna Kleefeld has begun a collaborative relationship with the campus community after donating $10 million. The University Art Museum will undergo a name change in honor of her donation.