American Monument will be “un-paused” at The Beall Center at University of California Irvine.
The artists of Wilmington-based Slanguage art collective speak about the hardships that spurred them to create.
“Call and Response, When We Say… You Say” examines “how ‘high art’ and pop culture intersect” in collaboration with Wilmington-based art collective Slanguage.
Artist lauren woods said the museum is not capable of hosting this first iteration of the artwork and that it can only resume its “co-creative process” if Meyer is brought back as director of the museum.
Curator of the University Art Museum’s latest exhibition, Dreams of Another Time, Kristina Newhouse, had a vision from an educational perspective, a plan where two important Los Angeles-based artists, both known for their highly refined skills and techniques in painting, would collaborate in a way that would make them both susceptible to new ideas and discoveries.
The University Art Museum announced this week that for the first time in several years, it will open its doors during the summer months for two exhibitions, The Sharing Project and Lost in Time: Selections from the Peckenpaugh Collection.
Machine guns, wolves, giant pearl necklaces, Kim Kardashian’s cleavage, dead rats and a beta fish are just a few of the bizarre symbols used to interpret today’s culture within Insights, the annual School of Art exhibition at the University Art Museum (UAM) at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB).
The University Art Museum at California State University, Long Beach opened three exhibitions in late January that highlight the re-designed front plaza and new Permanent Collection Gallery. On view until April 12, the three exhibitions, Jessica Rath: A Better Nectar, Consumed and MOCA 8 are as intellectually stimulating as they are beautiful to see.
This Sunday, March 1, from 2:00PM to 4:00PM, the University Art Museum at Cal State Long Beach will be hosting a Family Day not to be missed, where children can learn about the profound and moving biology behind native California plants and their pollinating partners, bumblebees, by walking through the immersive underground nest installation in Jessica Rath’s A Better Nectar and participating in plant-based art projects.