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In Photos: ‘Race and Othered’ embraces differences

In Photos: ‘Race and Othered’ embraces differences

Brenna Enos, Staff Writer

September 24, 2018

Filed under Arts & Life, Fine Arts, Showcase, Today

"Raced and Othered" is the latest artwork in the School of Art from 12 Long Beach State students of color with the mission to initiate conversations about what it means to be an "other." All students are...

“Odd Things” combines different art styles to create a unique ceramic exhibit

“Odd Things” combines different art styles to create a unique ceramic exhibit

September 19, 2018

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 arti...

Iconic childhood toys provide more than meets the eye

Iconic childhood toys provide more than meets the eye

September 12, 2018

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,...

Circus spectacles brought to life

Circus spectacles brought to life

Brenna Enos, Contributing Writer

September 11, 2018

Filed under Arts & Life, Fine Arts

Growing up in South Korea, Juyeon Yang lived in a society that she believed devalued women. She recalled the times when her grandfather wouldn't allow her to do certain things as a child; she wasn’t able ...

Finding the art at Cal State Long Beach

Finding the art at Cal State Long Beach

June 2, 2018

Aside from the palm trees and sunny days that make up Long Beach, one of the most important traits of the city is its artistic community. Just take a walk through the city and you’ll see colorful POW! ...

Cardboard boxes turned canvases

Cardboard boxes turned canvases

May 9, 2018

Our minds rarely register the faces of the those responsible for harvesting every apple, bundle of bananas, or basket of berries at the supermarket — but perhaps they should. MFA drawing and pain...

Setting the table for a sweet tooth

Setting the table for a sweet tooth

April 3, 2018

Lena Wolek grew up in the wartimes of Siberia, Russia. She and her family had little money to spend on food and resources, but always rye flour bread, the cheapest bread available at the time and the m...