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Hollywood production designer awarded for his ‘wondrous’ work at Eagle-Con 2020

Hollywood production designer awarded for his ‘wondrous’ work at Eagle-Con 2020

Isaac Gutierrez and Joshua Letona

March 9, 2020

To commemorate about 30 years of work, Hollywood production designer Rick Carter was presented with the Imaginator Award: an award given at Cal State LA’s Eagle-Con 2020. According to the Eagle-Con website, the award celebrates “wondrous” achievements in visual conceptualization and standout achieve...

Golden Eagle February movie roundup

Golden Eagle February movie roundup

Joshua Letona, Entertainment Managing Editor

March 6, 2020

February saw lots of surprises when it came to movie releases with “Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey” underperforming at the box office, “Sonic the Hedgehog” becoming a success following a total character redesign, and “The Invisible Man” remake being a critical hit. Cal State LA students offe...

Eagle-Con art exhibit opening reception continues seven-year tradition

Eagle-Con art exhibit opening reception continues seven-year tradition

Isaac Gutierrez, Digital Editor

March 6, 2020

With the 50th anniversary of Earth Day in mind, and a heavy emphasis on life and exploration through the lens of science and fantasy, the Palmer Wing Walkway exhibited the concept-to-post-production artwork of powerhouse production designer and art director, Rick Carter. Some of his notable projects...

Protesting through dance

Protesting through dance

Tahiti Salinas, Staff Reporter

March 3, 2020

‘Dances of Protest’ addresses immigration and detention centers at the State Playhouse

New Exhibit Shows Off Faculty Artwork

New Exhibit Shows Off Faculty Artwork

Rosio Flores, Staff Reporter

October 16, 2019

Wood ceramics, oil and acrylic on canvas, photos and multimedia artworks were all made by faculty and are currently on display. The differences in media of their artistry showed the diversity of fine art that professors are capable of. The "Makings" exhibition curated by Dr. Mika Cho, director of...

The Fellowship of “The Traveling Canvas”

The Fellowship of “The Traveling Canvas”

Richard Tzul, Staff Reporter

August 27, 2019

A world’s worth of art has traveled to the Golden Eagle campus. “The Traveling Canvas” exhibition is a collaboration from artists around the globe, currently displayed at Cal State LA’s Ronald H. Silverman Fine Arts Gallery. “The Traveling Canvas” is a collection of canvases, each one...

The Fine Arts Gallery Gets A New Name

The Fine Arts Gallery Gets A New Name

Joshua Letona, Contributing Writer

June 17, 2019

The Fine Arts Gallery changed its name to the Ronald H. Silverman Fine Arts Gallery on May 9, 2019. Ronald H. Silverman was a Cal State LA alumni who earned himself a master’s degree in 1955. He was also a professor at Cal State LA, eventually becoming chair of the Department of Art. He worked for ...

Pop Culture at the Fine Arts Gallery

Pop Culture at the Fine Arts Gallery

Joshua Letona, Contributing Writer

June 10, 2019

Scrooge McDuck, Supergirl and a giant eyeball are on display at Cal State LA. Formerly known as the Fine Arts Gallery, the Ronald H. Silverman Fine Arts Gallery opened its doors again this summer for an all new exhibit: “Pop Culture: Selections from the Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation." ...

University Celebrates The Year of the Pig

University Celebrates The Year of the Pig

Marissa Chavez, Digital Editor

February 6, 2019

The Cross Cultural Centers (CCC) host an event on campus last Thursday to celebrate the Chinese New Year. The day included special performances, crafts, guest speakers and a variety of cultural food. Each year, many of the individuals who celebrate this tradition do not go to work or do any cleaning...

Andy Garcia Electrifies the Luckman

Andy Garcia Electrifies the Luckman

Anthony Karambelas, Staff Writer

February 6, 2019

For the past few years, Andy Garcia and his All Star CineSons have booked an impressive array of gigs, from the Geffen Playhouse to the Catalina Jazz Club. It was only a matter of time before they injected the Luckman Fine Arts Complex with a shot of that Cuban flavor only they deal. On Feb. 2, Andy...

Redefining Artistic Expression

Redefining Artistic Expression

Anthony Karambelas, Staff Reporter

January 29, 2019

The Fine Arts Gallery is bringing in the spring semester with a new exhibition. From now until Feb. 21, the 2,800 square-foot space is a school within a school, showcasing the work of community professionals–poets, painters, sculptors, designers, videographers-–to question norms and fight institutionalized...

Exploring Cultures Through Art

Exploring Cultures Through Art

Monica Tamayo, Contributing Writer

January 29, 2019

The Luckman Fine Arts Complex celebrated its fourth annual Worlds Arts Day in the courtyard on Saturday, Jan. 26th. World Arts Day was created to give the University and surrounding Los Angeles community an opportunity to learn and interact with the various forms of art from around the globe. The...

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