Director of the CSULB Center for Contemporary Ceramics, Professor Chris Miles is in an exhibition at the Patrica Sweetow Gallery in Los Angeles, entitled
Art history professor, Dr. Paulina Pardo received a prestigious National Endowment for the Humanities Award this week. Dr.
Best Wishes Show is a two-year body of work produced by the CSULB Graphic Design BFA Class of Fall 2022. Each Designer brings their unique perspective and ideas to the forefront of their practice, interrogating what it means to be a graphic designer on an individual level.
Bloom, Senior Show for CSULB BFA Illustration Class of Fall 2022 graduating students will be opening on Sunday, December 11, 2022, from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM, in the Dennis W. Dutzi and Marylin Werby Galleries.
The End of Semester Animation Screening Date: Friday, December 16thTime: 12:30 PM (PST)Location: University Theater (UT-108)
Date: Sunday, December 11thTime: 7:00 - 9:00 PM (PST)Location: University Theater (UT-108)
Opening Reception Date: Sunday, December 11thTime: 5:00 to 7:00 PM (PST)
A Holiday Art Sale will take place in the School of Art Galleries located between the FA2 and FA3 buildings.
CSULB Photography Professor Emeritus Todd Gray has a solo show at the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art in Hartford, Connecticut. The exhibition Todd Gray / Matrix 186—which opened on March 4, 2021 and will run through July 18, 2021—was curated by Patricia Hickson.
CSULB Art Alum Francisco Palomares is in a Los Angeles Times article this week written by Julia Barajas. Entitled "Why L.A. artist Francisco Palomares peddles paintings on a fruit cart", Barajas writes "From a distance, Francisco Palomares’ fruit cart looks like all the other ones that dot Los Angeles... But step closer..."
CSULB Art Alum Diana L. Sánchez was represented in an article written by Julia Barajas in the Los Angeles Times entitled “How Long Beach students are turning mail into the most personal art.” Sánchez’s artwork is part of an initiative called Couriers of Hope, which will give Long Beach Unified School District students the opportunity to exchange their…
Three CSULB Art alumnae were in a three-woman exhibition at the Kellogg University Art Gallery in Cal Poly Pomona last year. Entitled St. Broxville Wood: Into the Thicket, the show featured the artists Jennifer Gunlock, Hilary Norcliffe and Katie Stubblefield.