Feeding on the critique ideas from last week, this week we redo our photography projects, trying to make them more aesthetically and conceptually powerful.
Your choice of photography projects: Landscapes with a Corpse, or Environmental Portraits!
This week we head down to the School of Art, Art Gallery Courtyard between FA2 & FA3 to look at the CSULB SOA Galleries: Gatov Gallery, Merlino Gallery, Werby Gallery & Dutzi Gallery, and to have conversations with the exhibiting SOA Artists!
The range of your “Landscape with a Corpse” projects last week was remarkable: from life & death on the streets of Compton, to Kafkaesque governments that employ tiny ninjas to terminate librarians, to death by makeup. Wild creativity. Brutal honesty. Great work you guys. This week: we meet the artists.
Nice meeting you guys last week! Congrats on all the bomb plaster projects! And my condolences to anyone who had technical difficulties. This week you get to contemplate your earthly departure as we create farewell self portraits in “Landscapes with a Corpse.”
CSULB School of Art, Intro to the Visual Arts, Summer ’16, a sampling of student activities in the first 7 weeks.
Beautiful landscapes projects from everyone. This week Drawing w Snapchat & visiting the SOA Galleries!
Last week’s “pretend” disasters included lots of falling, which my mom, unfortunately, did for real on Sunday. And this week Plaster Casting.
Last week we tried Yarn Bombing. This week it’s on to Portrait Photography and “Landscapes with a Corpse.” CSULB Printmaking visits Art110.