Students use their cameras and paintbrushes to create experiences for observers.
Graduating illustration and animation students show their work in senior showcase.
Artists aim to inform peers about recycling and depression through their art at this week’s student art galleries.
This week’s student art galleries vary in style, but both convey very personal meanings.
The colorful ,60s inspired ceramics capture people’s attention while the powerful message captures people’s minds in this week’s student art galleries. Senior bachelor of fine arts student Corrie Wille produces art inspired by her struggle with depression.
Art students at Long Beach State are able to showcase their works at the student art galleries on upper campus. The students featured this week are Ruth Holladay, Jesse Parrott, Corrie Wille, Kelly Campanella and Amy Williams. The exhibits will be showcased from April 7 to 11.
In such stark political times, some student artists have decided to weaponize their brushes in order to shed light on social issues they’re passionate about. The latest exhibit at the School of Art Galleries, “Luminance,” highlights the artistic work of three students: Hannah Brimer, Riley Natividad and Sylvan Steightiff. The[Read More…]
Murmurs of conversation and contemporary music filled the University Student Union Room 100 as the Conscious Collection art exhibit kicked off. Conscious Collection was released last Thursday by Associated Students Inc. and brought people from marginalized communities together. Art presented at the exhibit was showcased by members of select communities[Read More…]
Watching the opening “Star Wars” crawl was not something Matthew Dehnel experienced until he was 10 years old. Unlike many 10-year-olds however, Dehnel was not entranced by the storyline or characters in the sci-fi film, but was instead fascinated by what went on behind the scenes. “All I could notice[Read More…]