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Archive for May, 2019

CSULB Art History Professor Dr. Kendall Brown essay in The Routledge Companion to Art Deco

Posted on May 28, 2019 by School of Art

9781472485144CSULB Art History Professor Dr. Kendall Brown has written an essay included in the in The Routledge Companion to Art Deco. His essay, “Powerful Dragons and Radiant Suns: Art Deco and Japanese Militarism” breaks ground on the subject of the politicization of Art Deco as used in Pre-War Japan. This volume focused on Art Deco is part of the Routledge Art History and Visual Studies Companion worldwide series.

Congratulations Prof. Brown!

CSULB Printmaking Professor Emerita Roxanne Sexauer to speak at LACMA

Posted on May 15, 2019 by School of Art

la printCSULB Professor Emerita in Printmaking, Roxanne Sexauer will be part of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s ninth installment of L.A. Print, a program that explores current trends in printmaking and print publishing in Los Angeles. Entitled L.A. Print: Edition 9 – Celebrating Women of the L.A. Print World, the talk will be moderated by Leslie Jones, Curator of Prints and Drawings, who will discuss about women artists, publishers, and dealers of the L.A. print world. Alongside Professor Sexauer, will be panelists print dealer Tobey C. Moss, Mary Sherwood Brock artist and printmaker from L.A. Printmaking Society, Suzanne Felsen and Ayn Grinstein from Gemini G.E.L. The talk will be on Tuesday May 21, from 7 to 8pm in the Brown Auditorium at LACMA. Tickets are free!

Professor Sexauer, the 2018 Beisinghoff International Printmaking Resident in Diemelstadt-Rhoden, Germany has also been busy as a juror for the exhibition Body and Soul at the Westmont-Ridley-Tree Museum of Art in Montecito, CA, which will run from May 16 through June 22, 2019.

Congratulations Professor Sexauer! (featured here with Ms. Barbara Besinghoff)barbara-beisinghoff_und-roxanne-sexauer_atelierhaus-beisinghoff_foto-franz-goder-545

CSULB Sculpture Professor Brittany Ransom chosen for LACI Artist in Residence Program

Posted on May 1, 2019 by School of Art

brittany installationCSULB Sculpture Professor Brittany Ransom has been selected as one of 3 artists from the greater LA area to participate in the LACI (Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator) Artist in Residence Program from June through November 2019. This residency is for local artists whose creative work addresses environmental issues. This residency will allow Prof. Ransom to use a state of the art digital fabrication and science lab to support her art practice and a new project she is working on that studies the effects on bark beetles and the correlation with wild fires in California. It will culminate in a final exhibition in LA sometime around Thanksgiving.

CONGRATULATIONS Professor Ransom!!!