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‘Sightings’ exhibit showcases work of photography graduates

‘Sightings’ exhibit showcases work of photography graduates

May 9, 2017

Geometry, photographs and parody movie posters decorate the walls of the School of Art’s galleries as a part of “Sightings,” a Bachelor of Fine Arts photography group exhibit. The group exhibit f...

A celebration of illustration

A celebration of illustration

May 3, 2017

Nestled in the middle of the Werby gallery is the work of bachelor of fine arts student, print maker and illustrator Mark Hill. This week the art galleries are holding the Illustration and Animation BFA ...

CSULB theatre presents ‘Good Boys and True’

CSULB theatre presents ‘Good Boys and True’

May 1, 2017

Brandon is a good kid, captain of his high school football team and destined for an Ivy League university — until he’s caught in the middle of a sex scandal in 1989. The enthralling play “Goo...

‘Before I Die’ community art project comes to CSULB

‘Before I Die’ community art project comes to CSULB

April 26, 2017

This is the question that was posed to students Wednesday when the “Before I Die” installation was on display outside the Business Administration building. “Before I Die” is a public art project t...

‘CSULB Dance In Concert’

‘CSULB Dance In Concert’

Logan Cross, Contributing Writer

April 26, 2017

Filed under Arts & Life, Events, Fine Arts

When the blue curtain rises, audiences will be immersed in the contemporary and veteran works of faculty and guest choreographers as the Cal State Long Beach College of the Arts and Department of Danc...

Feminist noir in Ingmar Bergman’s ‘Nora’

Sommer Dalton, Staff Writer

April 23, 2017

Filed under Arts & Life, Fine Arts, Reviews

Producing an adaptation of a century old play can be tricky: there has to be a balance between the modern and just enough reference to the past. In Ingmar Bergman’s play “Nora,” the classic Henrik Ibsen play “A Doll’s House” is reworked to highlight gender roles in modern times exceptionally well. Ibsen’s work was released at a time when the early waves of feminism were beginning to sprout. It worked to challenge...

No-Mans Land exhibit

No-Mans Land exhibit

April 19, 2017

Contrasting colors mixed in a seductive layout outline the landscape work of Alice Andreini in her gallery show titled “No-Mans Land.” In her pieces, she works to acknowledge and confront the spatial and id...

‘Chérubin,’ the perfect springtime opera

‘Chérubin,’ the perfect springtime opera

April 5, 2017

Expect “Chérubin,” the opera taking over the University Theater this weekend, to be delightful, cheery — and completely in French. Even for those not fluent in French, the opera clearly expresses...