Long Beach Museum of Art’s newest exhibit, “Out of Step/Out of Line” highlights tattoo artists who also have a focus on traditional fine art.
Fine & Performing Arts
Articles in this category should be related to fine and performing arts both on and off campus. Art forms that fall under fine arts include: painting, sculpting, woodwork, drawing, etc. Performing arts include: dancing, chorus, theatre, orchestra, etc. Content that can go in this category can include but is not limited to advances for performances or art galleries, reviews on shows, performance coverage, etc.
CSULB student uses painting, poetry, and fashion as a creative outlet as she pursues her Master’s degree.
“Spamilton: An American Parody” will be shown at the Carpenter Performing Arts Center until April 10.
Since graduating from California State University, Long Beach in 2014, the painter’s body of work has become not only a proud tribute to Los Angeles, but also a joyful protest against gentrification.
The Long Beach Museum of Art invites you to enter the world of Alex Gardner, a complex void ready to pull you out of your comfort zone.
California State University, Long Beach’s Kleefeld Contemporary has reopened after months of renovation, adding new exhibitions, study areas, patios and more.
Choreographer Kyle Abraham and A.I.M dance company performed their piece ‘An Untitled Love’ at the Carpenter Center with the hopes to bring representations of Black love, joy and struggles onto the stage.
Dancers will return to the stage for a live performance of “Variance,” a BFA concert featuring performances choreographed by CSULB students and faculty.
“We Got This: Art in the Time of the Pandemic” is on display at LBX, featuring pieces of art that center around life during the coronavirus pandemic.
As CSULB offers more in-person classes for fall 2021, Bob Cole Conservatory of Music and the Film and Electronic Arts Department share more about what students may have access to next semester beyond in-person instruction.