Huynh discussed her piece, ‘Boys will be boys,’ during an art talk at the Kleefeld Contemporary Tuesday. The piece is one of the eight in the Kleefeld Contemporary’s GYRE exhibition and will be on display until Friday, Feb. 29.
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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.
The 360-degree virtual reality film was directed by anthropology professor Scott Wilson in collaboration with American Indian Studies professor Cindi Alvitre. For Wilson, the film was a way to immerse the CSULB community in its history with the sacred land.
Students in the Long Beach State industrial design program are designing products that cover a variety of environmental concerns. The designs will be submitted to the Biomimicry Global Design Challenge.
Hosted by the CSULB Linguistics Department and Linguistic Student Association, the event took place at the Speaker’s Platform and offered a variety of student presentations, activities and engagement-driven booths.
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.
Just last month Don got married to his partner of 22 years, Alva, as a part of his last wish granted by CSULB students. Three years ago he was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer and died on Feb. 9.
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.