They’re talkin’ ‘bout us

They’re talkin’ ‘bout us

Seth Rockenmacher , Contributing Writer
October 30, 2014
Filed under Diversions, Showcase

Brian Trimble, the interim director at the University Arts Museum began Wednesday’s exhibit talk about the Talkin' 'Bout My Generation (TBMG) installation, by describing the definition of millennials to an audience of millennials. A student-work based exhibit, TBMG was a discussion inspired by another... Read more »

New Music Ensemble to premiere new music from Pauline Oliveros

Kayla Threlkeld, Contributing Writer
October 30, 2014
Filed under Diversions

Pauline Oliveros, a musician from New York, is working with Cal State University Long Beach’s New Music Ensemble to present the world premiere of “Sound Listening.” A 12-disc box set of her work titled “Reverberations: Tape & Electronic Music 1961-1970” was released on Important Records... Read more »

Art that physically repels & mentally confronts

Art that physically repels & mentally confronts

Trevor Becker, Contributing Writer
October 30, 2014
Filed under Diversions

Hanging on the wall above a diverse plethora of sculptures in the Gatov Gallery is a short video playing on a flat-screen T.V.  It begins by showing a still-shot of black apartment-building windows, lazily covered by dirty white curtains. “What is that sound?” viewers wonder as the noise of a... Read more »

Designing their way out of college

Designing their way out of college

Kayla Threlkeld, Contributing Writer
October 30, 2014
Filed under Diversions, Showcase

The Duncan Anderson Gallery looked like a club on Monday night; dimmed lights, funky music and the smell of classy finger food appetizers filled the air. This week, senior design students showcased their works-in-progress from last semester and this semester in an exhibit called Act III. “It’s... Read more »

Designing their way out of college

Designing their way out of college

Kayla Threlkeld, Contributing Writer
October 30, 2014
Filed under Diversions

The Duncan Anderson Gallery looked like a club on Monday night; dimmed lights, funky music and the smell of classy finger food appetizers filled the air. This week, senior design students showcased their works-in-progress from last semester and this semester in an exhibit called Act III. “It’s... Read more »

Art that physically repels & mentally confronts

Art that physically repels & mentally confronts

Trevor Becker, Contributing Writer
October 30, 2014
Filed under Diversions

Hanging on the wall above a diverse plethora of sculptures in the Gatov Gallery is a short video playing on a flat-screen T.V.  It begins by showing a still-shot of black apartment-building windows, lazily covered by dirty white curtains. “What is that sound?” viewers wonder as the noise of a... Read more »

New Music Ensemble to premiere new music from Pauline Oliveros

Kayla Threlkeld, Contributing Writer
October 30, 2014
Filed under Diversions

Pauline Oliveros, a musician from New York, is working with Cal State University Long Beach’s New Music Ensemble to present the world premiere of “Sound Listening.” A 12-disc box set of her work titled “Reverberations: Tape & Electronic Music 1961-1970” was released on Important Records... Read more »

They’re talkin’ ‘bout us

Seth Rockenmacher, Contributing Writer
October 30, 2014
Filed under Diversions

Brian Trimble, the interim director at the University Arts Museum began Wednesday’s exhibit talk about the Talkin' 'Bout My Generation (TBMG) installation, by describing the definition of millennials to an audience of millennials. A student-work based exhibit, TBMG was a discussion inspired by another... Read more »