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CSULB Ceramics Program in downtown Long Beach exhibition

Posted on May 17, 2017 by School of Art

CSULB Ceramics Professor Chris Miller recently received a micro grant from the Arts Council for Long Beach to fund Thrown an exhibition of CSULB student ceramic work at the Creative Arts Coalition to Transform Urban Space (C.A.C.t.U.S.) in downtown Long Beach.  Each object was created using various techniques involving the potter’s wheel.  After mastering basic centering, […]

 

CSULB Ceramics Professor Jay Kvapil in New York exhibitions

Posted on May 15, 2017 by School of Art

CSULB Ceramics faculty Jay Kvapil showed twice recently in New York City.  First in November 2016 his work was represented by two Parisian galleries (Gallerie du Passage and Lefebvre et Fils) at the art and design fair, Salon Art + Design.  Then in May 2017  his work was shown by Mindy Solomon Gallery (Miami Beach, […]

 

CSULB Lecturer Manny Krakowski in exhibition in Los Angeles

Posted on May 9, 2017 by School of Art

CSULB lecturer Manny Krakoswki will be in a two-person exhibition featuring new installation works by him and Alex Stevens. Presented by Win or Lose LA, the show is titled “Call It What You Want,” and will run from May 13th through June 3rd, 2017.   This show brings together Object Permanence (by Alex), which features a Truck (Troy’s old […]

 

CSULB Lecturer Michael Parker in Pop-Up exhibition at Palm Springs Art Museum

Posted on May 4, 2017 by School of Art

The Pop-Up Studio at Palm Springs Art Museum presents “The Ides: Radical Cartography” which brings together an exhibition and workshop series for the multi-decade project, ‘The Ides”, by Michael Parker. The exhibition, uses as its foundation the 2016 sculpture “The Ides (arch du triumph) mapped by Vi Ha.”  This first large scale arch in the series, which framed […]

 

Njideka Akunyili Crosby – 5pm, May 9th, Carpenter Center

Posted on May 3, 2017 by School of Art

  Drawing on art historical, political and personal references, Njideka Akunyili Crosby creates densely layered figurative compositions that, precise in style, nonetheless conjure the complexity of contemporary experience. Akunyili Crosby was born in Nigeria, where she lived until the age of sixteen. In 1999 she moved to the United States, where she has remained since that […]

 

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