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Archive for October, 2013



CSULB Illustration Professor Robin Richesson’s murals in NBC’s “Parks and Recreation”

Posted on October 30, 2013 by School of Art

CSULB Professor of Illustration and Animation, Robin Richesson will have her “work” shown for another season on the NBC comedy “Parks and Recreation.” Beginning its sixth season this fall, Prof. Richesson provided the drawings that became the “Murals of Pioneer Hall”, the mythical center for the Parks and Recreation Department of Pawnee, Indiana where the comedy resides. “Every town has its own unique history, and Pawnee’s is full of both pride and shame. Mostly shame…The large murals that line the walls of Pioneer Hall depict some of the most famous and interesting moments in our town’s past, and are well worth checking out as works or art — even if they are also by any standard horrifying at a level it is difficult to comprehend.” To see the murals in all their glory, please click here.


CSULB School of Art Director Jay Kvapil to have solo exhibition at Couturier Gallery

Posted on October 23, 2013 by School of Art

The Director of the CSULB School of Art, Jay Kvapil will be having a solo exhibition of new ceramic work at the Couturier Gallery in Los Angeles. The show will feature “evocatively scaled and vivaciously glazed forms that highlight Kvapil’s passion for traditional ceramics and experimental studio practices” and will be up from October 26, 2013 through November 20, 2013. For more information, click here; and for review, click here.


CSULB Art Professor Jeff Atherton featured in article

Posted on October 17, 2013 by School of Art

CSULB Assistant Art Professor Jeff Atherton’s photographic work was the subject of an article entitled “Lyrical Austerity” written by Guy Zimmerman. Mr. Zimmerman describes Atherton’s “haptic imagery” as “a world defined by strangely potent intensities that distort everyday objects while also degrading the content-less transparency of space itself.” For more information, please click here.