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Julian Hoeber – 5pm, May 2nd, Carpenter Center

Posted on April 20, 2017 by School of Art

Julian Hoeber is an artist, writer and teacher. His work explores the structural and biomorphic, mathematical and intuitive. For the past few years, Hoeber has been working on a project called “Going Nowhere,” which is centered on the design of a massive imaginary architectural structure. Originally planned as a non-functional airport terminal, the project has evolved into something far less defined, cribbing ideas […]

 

CSULB Painting Professor Yu Ji in exhibition “Words in Characters; Books as Vehicle”

Posted on April 19, 2017 by School of Art

CSULB Painting Professor Yu Ji is participating in an exhibition entitled Words in Characters; Books as Vehicle at the Oklahoma State University Museum of Art. “Into the Dust” is the artwork in the exhibition and is meant to be an effort to prevent our memory from fading into oblivion. With words written in Chinese Han characters, the book […]

 

CSULB Fiber Lecturer Sue Ann Robinson in exhibition at Craft & Folk Art Museum in Los Angeles

Posted on April 13, 2017 by School of Art

CSULB Fiber Lecturer Sue Ann Robinson will be taking part in an exhibition at the Craft & Folk Art Museum in Los Angeles. Entitled Chapters: Book Arts in Southern California,  the show “is the first full-scale museum survey of the significance of Southern California artists in establishing the field of book arts from the 1960s to the […]

 

Asa Mittman – 5pm, April 18th, Carpenter Center

Posted on April 12, 2017 by School of Art

Asa Mittman is Professor and Chair of the Department of Art & Art History at California State University, Chico, where he teaches courses on ancient and medieval art, monsters, and film. He has written Maps and Monsters in Medieval England (Routledge, 2006; paperback 2008); co-written with Susan Kim Inconceivable Beasts: The Wonders of the East in the Beowulf Manuscript (ACMRS, 2013, winner of a Millard Meiss […]

 

Liz Glynn – 5pm, April 11th, Carpenter Center

Posted on April 5, 2017 by School of Art

Liz Glynn creates sculpture, large-scale installations, and participatory performances using epic historical narratives to explore the potential for change in the present tense. Her work seeks to explore the individual agency within complex superstructures in the face of an increasingly abstract economy. Her practice seeks to embody dynamic cycles of growth and decay by evidencing […]

 

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