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.
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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.
Art students at Long Beach State are able to showcase their works at the student art galleries on upper campus. The students featured this week are Ruth Holladay, Jesse Parrott, Corrie Wille, Kelly Campanella and Amy Williams. The exhibits will be showcased from April 7 to 11.
Ballroom B in the University Student Union was filled with the gentle glow of RGB lighting and the clicking and clacking of controllers Friday as the Long Beach State Esports Association held GGBeach, a student run gaming convention. The event was the first one of it’s kind, put on by[Read More…]
Murmurs of conversation and contemporary music filled the University Student Union Room 100 as the Conscious Collection art exhibit kicked off. Conscious Collection was released last Thursday by Associated Students Inc. and brought people from marginalized communities together. Art presented at the exhibit was showcased by members of select communities[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…]
To portray the inner and outer beauty of the LGBTQ+ community without romanticizing the subjects, “Reflections” welcomes all to learn about and normalize the LGBTQ+ community. Long Beach State artists Bianca Joaquino, Jenni Huynh, Julie Nguyen and Riley Natividad showcase their individual takes on the topic of LGBTQ+ and its[Read More…]