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CSULB Art Alum Devon Tsuno in Los Angeles Times article

Posted on March 22, 2020 by School of Art

90CSULB Art Alum Devon Tsuno was included in an article in the Los Angeles Times on how artists are coping with working during coronavirus quarantining. Entitled Experimentation. Reflection. Wild ensembles. Photos show 5 L.A. working under quarantine, and written by Carolina A. Miranda the article explores all the creative avenues and solutions artists are coming up with to continue during this pandemic. As Ms. Minda writes,  “As Tsuno says he feels lucky. He has a steady job (as a professor at Cal State Dominguez Hills) and a home studio. ‘But I miss my students, I miss my colleagues,’ he says. ‘I’m thinking about what it means to be a painter isolated in that space — and how it’s different when you are forced to do it. Being out in the world, that affects the decisions I make in the studio.'”

Good luck to Mr. Tsuno, and all the artists out there trying to stay safe and creative through these times.

 

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