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.
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…]
Nine Bachelor of Fine Art students came together with a culmination of different artworks and ideas in their group exhibition, “Nine.” The name of the exhibit, while it represents the number of artists involved, is a tribute to the number nine and its many symbols, such as representing the completion[Read More…]
“Witti-Schism” at Long Beach State’s School of Arts Galleries features a series of paper-cut and clay sculptures in a theme of witticism, a witty remark and schism, a division between two things. Third year illustration Master of Fine Arts major Natalie Rosen created the gallery to express thoughts and feelings[Read More…]
Senior sculpture major Matthew Dehnel’s exhibit “Greetings from America” features video, signs, brochures, food cans, nuclear bomb fused sand and more in an atomic age inspired gallery. In this exhibit, guests can view and walk into a constructed fallout shelter made entirely out of road signs and wood. Dehnel created[Read More…]
A collection of artwork from veteran, LGBTIQ+, international and wellness communities will be unveiled Thursday evening in the University Student Union Art Gallery & Student Lounge as part of the Conscious Collection. The exhibit was organized by Associated Students, Inc.’s cabinet, who wanted to create an art gallery with a[Read More…]
A petite woman walked through the Dennis W. Dutzi Gallery and all of a sudden came to a stop. Her brunette hair shifted to the side as she observed a photo of a couple looking at art. “I like how the figures are interacting,” Juliette Angulo, a 5th year photography[Read More…]