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  • CSULB Sculpture Collection Tour

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    The CSULB Monumental Sculpture Collection is situated throughout the 320-acre beautiful, tree-shaded campus. This environment provides pleasure for all who visit: students, faculty, staff, and guests. In 1965, CSULB sculpture professor Kenneth Glenn and artist Kosso Eloul organized the Long Beach International Sculpture Symposium. Patterned after several such symposia held recently in Europe, the Long Beach symposium was the first event of its kind held in the United States. More importantly, it was a significant experiment in the formal collaboration of art and technology. Each of the invited artists (selected from a worldwide roster of distinguished sculptors) was paired with an industrial sponsor who provided technological assistance in the form of expertise, access to facilities, equipment, and materials. The on-campus site also provided students with the opportunity to observe and assist established artists in an environment that was very different from the usual classroom activities. Show less
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    The CSULB Monumental Sculpture Collection is situated throughout the 320-acre beautiful, tree-shaded campus. This environment provides pleasure for all who visit: students, faculty, staff, and guests. In 1965, CSULB sculpture professor Kenneth Glenn and artist Kosso Eloul organized the Long Beach International Sculpture Symposium.
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    Project/Project is a collaborative program with the University Art Museum and the YMCA Youth Institute's Change Agent Productions that features student-made short films addressing issues in contemporary culture. Project/Project is a high school based outreach program that uses video and digital technology as the creative medium. The students use the format of Public Service Announcements (PSA) to address issues such as, the environment, censorship and other social topics from a personal perspective with the aim of creating positive change in our community.
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