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In Photos: Students become immersed in a Fallout Shelter-inspired installation

In Photos: Students become immersed in a Fallout Shelter-inspired installation

October 22, 2018

Senior sculpture major Matthew Dehnel's exhibit "Greetings from America" features video, signs, brochures, food cans, nuclear bomb fused sand and more in an atomic age inspired gallery. In this e...

Student artists display pieces at the Long Beach Airport for visitors on the move

Student artists display pieces at the Long Beach Airport for visitors on the move

October 14, 2018

Long Beach State and The Long Beach Airport partnered to showcase student artist’s work on display for people rushing to and from the airport Sept. 21. This exhibition was made possible by the adm...

In Photos: Ceramics student explores the inner workings of her mind

In Photos: Ceramics student explores the inner workings of her mind

October 8, 2018

Long Beach State senior ceramic arts major Diana Nguyen explores the inner workings of her mind through her exhibit "Seeking Equilibrium." This installation features several wooden boxes strung together by...

“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...

In photos: School of Art galleries

In photos: School of Art galleries

Brenna Enos, Staff Writer

September 17, 2018

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

Gallery "Odd Things" by Corrie Wille, Yoon Hwang and Althea Fultz showcases a broad range of work that the three believe to be very dissimilar in style. Due to the vast difference in artistic practices,...

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 ...

In photos: School of Art galleries

In photos: School of Art galleries

September 10, 2018

Senior illustrating majors Sarah Massie and Crisselle Mendiola travel back in time to their childhoods with their toy themed art gallery “Show + Tell.” Centered around the idea of reflecting youth...