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In Conversation with Narsiso Martinez

Tuesday, December 18
5:00 - 7:00 pm
Free event | CSULB University Theatre
RSVP not required, but preferred - RSVP on Eventbrite or Facebook 

Join us for a conversation with CSULB School of Art alumus Narsiso Martinez moderated by Curator of Public Engagement & Participatory Practices Catherine "Scoti" Scott. For maps, parking, and directions information, please refer to the interactive CSULB Map.

About Narsiso Martinez

Narsiso Martinez was born in Oaxaca, Mexico and is based in Long Beach, California. He graduated with a BA of Fine Arts from CSULB and is now a Masters of Fine Arts candidate. His inaugural solo exhibition at Long Beach Museum of Art, FARM FRESH, is on view through January 9. Martinez’s artistic practice is influenced by his experiences in field landscapes and his relationships with farm workers. Martinez’s work has been exhibited at the University Art Museum, CSULB; Art Space Purl; Angels Gate Cultural Center; Palos Verdes Art Center; Firehouse Gallery; Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery; Collective Arts Incubator Gallery; Torrance Art Museum; Brainworks Gallery; South Bay Contemporary; and the National Immigration Law Center.

Past Event: UAM Modern Architecture Tour 2018

architecture tour
Left to right: Clock, Waestman, Clock Law Offices; The Pekrul House; Gibbs & Gibbs Office. Photo by Darren Bradley.

Thank you for all who attended and supported the Saturday, October 13 event, which showcased six mid-century gems in Long Beach, CA.

Archive details are on the Modern Architecture Tour webpage