Three students from the College of the Arts explain how virtual learning worked for them last semester, how it challenged them this summer and their hopes for fall semester despite new teaching conditions.
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The transition to virtual learning amid national conversations about racism has challenged the Department of Dance at CSULB to create a more accessible and equitable department for the years to come.
The exhibition, created by the Society of Student Illustrators and Animators, features a single character interpreted by every member of the organization. The club’s vice president Jose Amador showcased his artwork in collaboration with his club at the Dutzi Gallery.
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.
Radically different art styles examine shared culture and a respect and fascination with the mystical in “W*tch B*tch,” an exhibit presented by animation majors Kim De León, Nathalie Juarez and Cristior Miguel Vásquez. The small room is dominated by its centerpiece, an ethereal transparent fabric cylinder studded with brightly colored[Read More…]
Nine Bachelor of Fine Art students came together with a culmination of different artworks and ideas in their group exhibition, “Nine” in the School of Art Galleries. The name of the exhibit, while it represents the number of artists involved, is a tribute to the number nine and its many[Read More…]
Assistant News Editors Hannah Getahun and James Chow discuss this past week’s notable news topics: LBSU mourns the death of two professors, the San Ysidro border closure and a flooded animation lab. 0:38 LBSU mourns the death of two professors 0:41 Math professor Kent Merryfield 1:20 Linguistics professor Alexandra “Misty”[Read More…]
A heavy rainstorm Thanksgiving Day caused a leak in Fine Arts 4 Room 309, an animation and illustration computer room. Water entered through cracks and crevices in the roof, which developed in a lot of old buildings, said Josh Cichuniec, interim associate director of Facilities Management. According to Facilities Management,[Read More…]
All five galleries in the Fine Arts Building contain artwork from a variety of Master of Fine Art students in this weeks Graduate Critique Week. The week allows MFA graduate students to receive feedback on their artwork from people throughout the community, in addition to the critique classes they are[Read More…]
Metals and Jewelry Bachelor of Fine Arts major Jojo Solo explores death and deconstruction in her exhibit, “Reap.” In her gallery, Solo tackles themes laced with tones of animal and environmental issues and healthcare problems. Solo combines real natural elements such as deceased bees and flowers with metal, wood, sculpture,[Read More…]