Take a Rare Dive into the Thought Process of Light and Space Pioneer Robert Irwin

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The exhibition offers a glimpse into Irwin’s process, giving the viewer an inside look at the drawings, diagrams and architectural models used to realize such works as the Central Garden for the J. Paul Getty Center and more.

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FAR-SITED: CSULB Looks Back 50 Years to a Groundbreaking Intersection of Art and Technology

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Far-Sited: California International Sculpture Symposium 1965/2015 is in its last month at the UAM, an archival exhibition that celebrates both the 50th anniversary of the California International Sculpture Symposium and explores the behind-the-scenes process of how nine monumental modernist works...

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Celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall at the UAM

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Tom Frazier, Berlin Wall scholar and faculty member of the CSULB Department of Geography, will give a lecture about the Berlin Wall this Thursday, November 6 at the CSULB University Art Museum, followed by Family Day on November 9....

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CSULB’s University Art Museum Announces Brian Trimble as Interim Director

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The University Art Museum (UAM) at Cal State Long Beach is going through many changes as it not only expands with its new entrance and plaza but also finds new leadership in the recent appointment of Brian...

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University Art Museum to Receive Much-Needed Facelift, Expansion

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Cal State Long Beach (CSULB)’s University Art Museum (UAM) is receiving a much-needed facelift and expansion by way of a new entrance and plaza as well as an expansion of gallery space which will break ground next Thursday.

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University Art Museum’s Director Chosen by Getty to Partake in Leadership Program

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Cal State Long Beach’s University Art Museum (UAM) can now add another achievement to its many accolades: its director, Christopher Scoates, is one of 39 museum leaders selected from around the world to partake in prestigious The Getty Leadership Institute...

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Panel to Discuss the Horror and Humor of the Grotesque at CSULB

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What is the grotesque? And why, sometimes, does it evoke opposite sides of the spectrum, both laughter and disgust? These are the questions being asked on a panel tonight at Long Beach State entitled Confronting the Exquisite Corpse: the Grotesque in...

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Horror Effects Guru Gabe Bartalos Hosts Exhibit, In-Person Conversation with ‘Cremaster Cycle’ Artist Matthew Barney

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Cult horror special effects master Gabe Bartalos shares his most grotesque creations at his exhibit at the University Art Museum, including pieces from his famous partnership with legendary artist Matthew Barney. After the exhibit's opening reception Saturday, Bartalos will...

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