Long Beach State ceramics student Ruby Gomez delves into her latest installation, which covers themes of nostalgia, adolescence, culture and community.
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The School of Art is seeing exponential growth in student enrollment despite losing faculty, conflicting scheduling issues and buildings that occasionally fall apart.
CSULB students and alumni from the cultural unions and College of Fine Arts expressed their frustrations over lack of resources to the CSU Board of Trustees.
Junior communications major, Joy Watanabe, picked up a pair of handcrafted silver earrings, placed it back down then glanced at minimalistic earrings shaped like an elongated “u.” She, like many of the attendees at Long Beach State’s School of Art Holiday Art Sale, was browsing student-made pieces being sold on[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…]
Long Beach State and The Long Beach Airport partnered to showcase student artist’s work on display for people rushing to and from the airport Sept. 21. This exhibition was made possible by the administration of the Long Beach Airport and the LBSU College of The Arts. Michael Nannery, advising coordinator[Read More…]
Long Beach State senior ceramic arts major Diana Nguyen explores the inner workings of her mind through her exhibit “Seeking Equilibrium.” This installation features several wooden boxes strung together by rope and chains to symbolize the introspection of her own experiences while navigating life.
In many art exhibits, it is the similarities in artwork that brings a gallery together. But for Long Beach State ceramics majors Althea Fultz, Corrie Wille and Yoon Hwang, the dissimilarity in their artistic styles brought their exhibit “Odd Things” to life. Approached by Fultz and Wille with the idea[Read More…]
Gallery “Odd Things” by Corrie Wille, Yoon Hwang and Althea Fultz showcases a broad range of work that the three believe to be very dissimilar in style. Due to the vast difference in artistic practices, the trio thought that the gallery would convey how ceramics could be used to create[Read More…]
While reminiscing over their childhoods, Long Beach State illustration majors Sarah Massie and Crisselle Mendiola thought about the iconic toys that defined their youth. From Bratz dolls to Furbys, seniors Massie and Mendiola believed childhood toys served as a nostalgic look into the past, and they brought this concept to[Read More…]