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Student art galleries replace regular exhibitions with grad student critique week

Student art galleries replace regular exhibitions with grad student critique week

Brenna Enos, Arts and Life Assistant Editor

November 6, 2018

Filed under Arts & Life, Fine Arts, Showcase

The School of Art galleries at Long Beach State changed up the typical student exhibitions this week, with a special Graduate Critique Week located in the Fine Arts Building on campus. The weekly themed...

In Photos: Artists get community feedback

In Photos: Artists get community feedback

November 5, 2018

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...

Exhibit tackles environmental and animal issues in a theme of mortality.

Exhibit tackles environmental and animal issues in a theme of mortality.

October 30, 2018

From a young age, Jojo Solo was raised in a family that emphasized the importance of treating animals and the environment with respect and valuing life itself. Solo will not condone the killing of any ...

In Photos: Artist explores the notion of ‘reap what you sow’

In Photos: Artist explores the notion of ‘reap what you sow’

October 30, 2018

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...

Sculpture artist ignites an explosive exhibit

Sculpture artist ignites an explosive exhibit

October 23, 2018

Watching the opening “Star Wars” crawl was not something Matthew Dehnel experienced until he was 10 years old. Unlike many 10-year-olds however, Dehnel was not entranced by the storyline or characters ...

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...

Humor is in the eye of the beholder

Humor is in the eye of the beholder

October 17, 2018

A comedy fan since as early as he can remember, graduate illustration and animation major Aaron Brown has always found comfort in humor. By having a comedic outlook on daily situations, Brown believes ...

In Photos: Graduate student uses humor to translate through his art

In Photos: Graduate student uses humor to translate through his art

October 15, 2018

Combining mixed material sculptures and stop-motion video, Master of Fine Arts graduate student Aaron Brown explores different art themes all laced with a bit of humor. Brown's exhibit is one among se...