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.
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.
Join the Daily Forty-Niner on a virtual tour of the public art pieces that scatter the university as a result of the California International Art Symposium that took place at CSULB in 1965.
Students use their cameras and paintbrushes to create experiences for observers.
Among the works featured at the student art gallery starting Feb. 24 were ceramic banana slugs, a couch cut in half propped up against a mirror, hair weave collages, photographs of extreme close ups and even art inspired by sex organs. “It’s cool that we have multiple gallery spaces because[Read More…]