“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.
Students within the arts have adapted to working virtually, but as in-person opportunities begin to return, it is integral that the arts aren’t left behind.
Three students from the Department of Dance will be showcasing their pieces in a pre-filmed, live-streamed production. Each piece highlights their work as choreographers and their approaches to dance.
In this video, we feature the award-winning animator of “Sow Don’t Sing” Alysha Nunez where she explains how she created her compelling and moving animation.
“HERland: Women Artists from the MOLAA Collection” is a virtual exhibition that features artwork that touch on themes of race, gender, equity and empowerment, all created by women.
Distance learning has kept the CSULB community away from the campus. For those who have yet to visit, or just haven’t returned since spring 2020, here is a look at some recognizable on-campus art installations.
Former animation student Valor Aguilar shares her story.
Four Long Beach State graduates discuss how their fall 2020 senior animation films came to be. The animators’ work, which touch on themes of identity, friendship and responsibility, are an extension of their own interests and life experiences.
“For the Love of Essential Workers” is a piece created by artist Stephanie Mercado, featured in the art series Silver Linings by the Los Angeles Country Metro system. The vibrant print collage is designed to honor essential workers and their continuous work amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Long Beach-based dancer and choreographer James Mahkween held a showcase for dancers to perform at Rose Park, Long Beach. For some of the artists, the showcase was an opportunity to share how they’ve dealt with the coronavirus pandemic.