Amid the coronavirus pandemic, artists grapple with creating in their newfound confines.
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.
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.
The group exhibition includes “Prologue,” which features work from eight graduating drawing and painting BFA students. ”Postures,” located at the Merlino, Dutzi and Werby galleries, shows displays from photography students.
As the semester comes to an end, the campus is seeking more ways to accommodate students and their mental well being. Student Health Services offered students a chance to express themselves artistically.
The documentary, co-directed by Almaraz’s widow, Elsa Flores Almaraz, tells all about the artist’s personal demons and struggles.
Art has always pushed boundaries, but how far is too far? This week students weigh in on whether or not art that is considered by many to be “offensive” has a place on college campuses.
Jonathan Torres creates explicit artworks to explore his sexuality and the ideas of femininity and masculinity that accompany it.
Art meets print at CSULB’s Printmaking as a Collaborative Enterprise: Art Talks and Panel Discussion
The event, hosted by the Kleefeld Contemporary Art Museum, featured the curators and artists behind the B.A.T. State III Exhibition and explained the process behind their work.