Four School of Art alumni became part of the crew on the building site of the newly opened Gerald Desmond Bridge, documenting its three year process.
Students from the Bob Cole Conservatory of Music share how they are performing their junior and senior recitals amid the coronavirus pandemic, changing this once in-person performance into a pre-recorded experience.
Campus Couture, Long Beach State’s annual fashion show, will be held virtually with an accompanying digital magazine and is set to debut next May.
The pandemic has caused the live events industry to face widespread wage reductions and job losses due to the cancellation of live events and venue closures. On Sept. 1, the Richard and Karen Carpenter Performing Arts Center took to Twitter to bring attention to the cause.
Host Suzane Jlelati sits down with Yulia Gasio, an MFA Painting and Drawing major who is one of this week’s show exhibitors at the School of Art galleries. There she will be presenting her show “Donbas 2014-Present,” where she showcases large scale paintings depicting life in the ongoing war in Eastern Ukraine.
Host Suzane Jlelati sits down with Yi-Chi Wang, a BFA Metals and Jewelry major who is one of this week’s show exhibitors at the School of Art galleries. There she will be presenting her show called “In Between,” where she showcases items like bowls, chopsticks, and hairpins.
Students read and responded with powerful comments about poetry written by young inmates from Washington D.C.
Netflix has recently acquired the rights to “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile,” a film about the life and crimes of Ted Bundy. The film was acquired by the streaming service for $9 million, following the close-out of the Sundance Film Festival Feb. 3. The role of Bundy in the[Read More…]