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.
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Annual virtual exhibition hosted at CSULB for Master of Fine Arts students opens up to students across California
Greater Los Angeles Master of Fine Arts annual exhibition is hosted by the Fine Arts Roundtable, a student organization, and is a weeklong event for artists to engage with their peers work in CSULB art galleries. In 2021, the exhibition not only went virtual, it expanded to students across California for the first time.
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.
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.
“Trotsky Dialectics” is one of eight art pieces on display for Kleefeld Contemporary’s exhibition, GYRE. Walsh spoke about the work in an art talk hosted by the museum Tuesday.
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 Kleefeld Contemporary at CSULB will unveil a new series that will challenge the way contemporary art is experienced with a one-work, one-week installation for eight artists.
Long Beach’s Dark Art Emporium brings people together through art and oddities. The gallery contains dark art pieces, books of the occult and demonic jewelry.
Students use their cameras and paintbrushes to create experiences for observers.
Graduating illustration and animation students show their work in senior showcase.