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Book cover for 'Rated RX'
CSULB Art Alum Rhiannon Aarons‘ MFA thesis, entitled Rabbit Hole: Remains of an Illegal Operation (2017) (which was a gallery show in the Gatov Gallery) will be included in the upcoming book RatedRX – Sheree Rose with and After Bob Flanagan.
Art gallery interior showing sculptures and prints
CSULB Printmaking alum Camilla Taylor will be having a solo exhibition at Track 16, entitled Your Words in My Mouth. Presenting a new body of work, the show includes sculpture using a variety of media, among them ceramic, glass, wood, paper, and thread, and several drypoint prints. In these works, Taylor seeks to understand the phenomena of internal deception – the lie transformed into truth as the liar now believes it. Conning can have different goals.
Gallery exhibit of a 3D tree with acorns
CSULB MFA Printmaking alum Alvaro Márquez has won an award from El Segundo Museum of Art. The ESMoA Experience Award was given to Márquez in conjunction with the exhibition entitled FREESTATE, which will run from October 3, 2020 through February 2021.
Digital flyer advertising online UX/UI symposium
CSULB Spark is an online UX/UI symposium consisting of various workshops and lectures presented by renowned speakers. The Visual Communication Design Association has invited a group of professional designers and human-centered experience researchers to share their life journey and experience in product design with students. Our symposium is open to all CSULB and CSU-Family students who are interested to join the conversation in the field of UX/UI design!
Digital flyer advertising the exhibition 'Not Originally from Here, Unless Otherwise Stated'
Catalyst, a website inspired by the connection of Art & Science, and created by CSULB Sculpture alum Dawn Ertl, will be presenting an online exhibition, Not Originally from Here, Unless Otherwise Stated.
Flyer advertising a discussion with artist Ree Morton
CSULB Sculpture professor Katie Grinnan participated in a conversation of artist Ree Morton’s work that took place through the Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.