Greater Los Angeles Master of Fine Arts Exhibition
Vav Vavrek, MFA Sculpture
Jesse Lubben, Photography
Chelsea McIntyre, Sculpture
Patricia Rangel, Metals
Helena Bae and Oscar Mendoza, Drawing and Painting
Maccabee Shelley, Ceramics
Jeannette Viveros, Sculpture
Mitchell Springer, Ceramics
Scott Burns, Ceramics
Photography Symposium
Mike Lewis, Photography
Photography Club
Angel Franco, Isaiah Ulloa, and Juan Martin, Sculpture
Emily Gross, Drawing and Painting
Rosa Vazquez, Photography
Brian Davis, Ceramics
Nicholas Gaby, Sculpture
Kenita Hale, BFA Sculpture
Colette Brown, Sculpture
Dana Fleming, BFA Sculpture
Daniel Rivera and Vanessa Gamboa, Drawing and Painting
MFA Advancement Exhibition
Anastasiia Palamarchuk, Photography
Printmaking Portfolio Exchange – CSULB and La Sierra
Restart, curated by Bethany King
Salon des Refusés, curated by André Stevenson
Christine Hudson, BFA Ceramics
Heather Hassenbein, BFA Ceramics
Sculpture Program Group Exhibition
Alyssa Bierce and Candace Wakefield, Photography
Jessica Bardales, Photography
Nathaniel Glauninger, Sculpture
Brianna Allen, BFA Metals
Marguerite Freed, Yee Li, and Sophia Dao, Drawing and Painting
Romina Del Castillo, Drawing and Painting
Justin Smith, Drawing and Painting
Sean Findley, Printmaking
Darlene Casco, MFA Graphic Design
Wesley Hicks, BFA Ceramics
Timothy Cooper, BFA Ceramics
Michelle Thompkins, MFA Illustration
Kiyomi Fukui, Printmaking
Lacy McCune and Angie Samblotte, Illustration
Cynthia Herrera, MFA Photography
Drawing and Painting BFA Exhibition
Nora Ayala, Printmaking
Brittnee Forline, BFA Metals
Kelsey Zwarka, BFA Ceramics
Photography BFA Exhibition
Hyeri Kim, BFA Metals and Jewelry
Troy Rounseville, BFA Sculpture
47th Annual Holiday Art Sale

Banner for Art110, Fall 2014

Dear Fall 2014 CSULB School of Art exhibiting artists and group exhibitions,

Congratulations on your upcoming exhibition! I’m excited to see what you’ve been working on. And even more importantly, I’m excited to have my 150 or so Art110 students come see what you’ve been working on!

One detail is that our class meets from 11 – 12:15. I’d like to bring the students over to look at your work on the Thursday of your week. And so, I’m writing to ask if you might be able to open your show an hour early, at 11am on the Thursday of your week.

I completely understand if this is impossible, and I’m very grateful if it is possible. My students will be writing about their visits to the galleries and about their conversations with you. Their essays & photos are due at midnight on Sunday of the week your show will be up, and you’ll be able to use the links on this page after that to find what they’ve all written:

That page has links to where the student writing about your work will appear, and it has all of your names, but it doesn’t have your web links. If you have a website, blog, ePortfolio, Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook, or any other relevant URL you’d like the students to be able to see, please LMK and I’ll add it to that page.

Let me know if you have any questions about our visit and if you’ll able to open at 11am on Thursday. Best wishes for your show.

Thank You!


Art110 Students in the CSULB School of Art, Art Gallery Courtyard, waiting for the Galleries to open.

PS: I apologize for sending this email from my personal gmail account. I’ve never been able to figure out how to send official campus email to more than 3 non “” addresses at once. You’re welcome to simply reply to my gmail address if you like, or you can use my real campus email:

Written by Glenn Zucman

BA, Psychology, University of Hawaii, MFA, Intermedia Art, Long Beach State. Host of American Public Media's "Border Patrol." Host of KBeach Radio's "Strange Angels." Interested in Identity Art that explores our Oracle-at-Delphi-like straddling of corporeal and virtual realms in our new media century. Civil rights in online space. 10 years...
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