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Upcoming Exhibition

INSIGHTS: The Annual School of Art Student Exhibition  

May 10 – May 25, 2018

The University Art Museum and the School of Art present the annual student exhibition, INSIGHTS, featuring work from both graduate and undergraduate students in the School of Art. Juried by School of Art Faculty during this year of accreditation, the exhibition highlights work by students in Art Education, Ceramics, Drawing and Painting, Fiber, Graphic Design, Illustration/Animation, Metals/Jewelry, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture, 4/D, and Wood.  

 

Award Ceremony  
Thursday, May 10, 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm  
UAM North Lawn 
Student award winners are announced and School of Art students are honored by Faculty. 

 

Opening Reception  
Thursday, May 10, 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm  
University Art Museum  
Join us for a celebration of students and their artwork.  


UAM @ NOON
Wednesday, May 16, 12:00 pm 
 
Student award winners and artists that have earned honorable mentions lead a tour of the exhibition. 

 

 

Upcoming Exhibition

lauren woods, The Evidence of Things Unseen#2 (Your Gonna), 2016
lauren woods, The Evidence of Things Unseen#2 (Your Gonna), 2016

lauren woods: Monument

September 17  December 9, 2018 

The University Art Museum (UAM) at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) is presenting a major artwork by artist lauren woods, to be “unveiled” in September 2018. The artist will transform the museum into a monument that prompts consideration of the cultural circumstances under which African-Americans have lost their lives to police brutality. The new-media monument provides a vehicle by which to analyze the complex relationship between constructed race, material violence and structural power.

Funding for this exhibition has been provided by the Mike Kelley Foundation. 

Lauren woods is a conceptual artist whose hybrid media projects—film, video and sound installations, public interventions and site-specific work—engage history as a lens by which to view the socio-politics of the present. Challenging the tradition of documentary/ethnography as objective, she creates ethno-fictive documents that investigate invisible dynamics in society, remixing memory and imagining other possibilities. She also explores how traditional monument-making can be translated into new contemporary models of commemoration with new media. 

More information on lauren woods: Monument.

More information on lauren woods's monument projects, please view her Facebook project page.

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