Portfolio websites for Art 490 students. School of Art, College of the Arts, Long Beach State University.
Glenn Zucman (Instructor)
Sharing our Stories
My favorite part of the CSULB School of Art (SOA) is visiting the SOA Art Gallery Courtyard each week. Every week 5 more student artists share their unique lives, experiences, and aesthetics with the campus community.
My one disappointment is that so many of these engaging artists don't have websites. I'm fortunate this semester to be teaching the SOA's first ePortfolios for Artists class. If the students have learned half as much as I have this semester, then they have learned a lot.
A portfolio is a never-ending part of an artist's life journey. I feel privileged to have helped these students launch web portfolios. I am excited to see where the sinuous paths of their careers take them in the years and decades to come.
Julie Pavlacka (Teaching Assistant)
Concert & Portrait Photography
I attended a ton of concerts when I was growing up. I’ve made life-long friends all over the country because of concerts and bands. I bought my first camera in 2010 and I couldn’t wait to start documenting these fantastic events that I had been attending almost every weekend since I was 12.
Photographing the connection between musicians and their fans has become one of my favorite things. I love the energy that performers, and crowds, create — It’s very unique; I have yet to experience similar energy anywhere else.
Andrea Guerrero (Graduate Assistant)