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.
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.
‘The Enchanted Borderlands’ combines Western aesthetic with whimsical fantasy
The exhibition, on display at the Merino Gallery until Thursday, Feb. 27, features digital illustrations and installations to show pre-production work revolving around fantasy and wild west themes.
Review: Cal Rep’s ‘In The Blood’ paints terrifying and tragic picture of poverty
The superb blend of lighting, sound and props create a gritty and realistic world that leaves audiences feeling uncomfortable and empathetic for the play’s vivid characters.
CSULB professor Chris Miles discusses John Baldessari’s ‘Plant With Heart’ in Kleefeld Contemporary’s art talk series
Miles discussed John Baldessari’s reclaimed photography piece, ‘Plant With Heart,’ one of eight art pieces in the Kleefeld Contemporary’s GYRE exhibition.
Artist Keith Walsh converges art and politics in ‘Trotsky Dialectics’
“Trotsky Dialectics” is one of eight art pieces on display for Kleefeld Contemporary’s exhibition, GYRE. Walsh spoke about the work in an art talk hosted by the museum Tuesday.
Cal Rep’s ‘In The Blood’ reinterprets the classic ‘The Scarlet Letter’
Written by Suzan-Lori Parks, the play is a modern interpretation of Nathaniel Hawthorne’s “The Scarlet Letter” and will be coming to the Players Theater at Long Beach State from Feb. 14 to March 1.
Artist tells stories of her childhood in animal-themed metalworks art piece
Metalworks and jewelry student Yucen Liu showcases her piece,“Mom said if I accidentally eat watermelon seeds,” at the student art galleries Feb. 9-13.
Seven CSULB alumni help record latest Star Wars soundtrack
Alumni of the Bob Cole Conservatory of Music sing in the Los Angeles Master Chorale for the Oscar-nominated “Star Wars Episode 9: The Rise of Skywalker.”
CSULB Kleefeld Contemporary to open GYRE exhibition
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.
REVIEW: Cal Rep’s ‘Move: The History of a Hand’ gracefully mixes dancing, acrobatics with acting
The play is simple, weird, but amazingly thought out as it stresses the importance that human hands have in people’s lives.