February 2, 2016

UAM@NoonFrenemies: Art Versus Commodity
UAM Main Gallery, 12-1pm

Curators, Kimberly Bakovic and Crystal Ferrer and will lead an informal tour through their exhibition: Frenemies: Art Versus Commodity. Developed for the Museum and Curatorial Studies program at CSULB, this exhibition explores the distinction between art object and luxury good, a line which is increasingly blurred in the commercially driven art world.

March 2, 2016

Dreaming of Another Time: Collaboration and Inspiration
A conversation with artists Rebecca Campbell and Samantha Fields
UAM Permanent Collection Gallery, 7-9pm

UAM Curator of Exhibitions, Kristina Newhouse, will moderate a candid conversation with artists, Rebecca Campbell and Samantha Fields, probing the “call and response” improvisational process employed by the artists for the eighteen-month period prior to the exhibition as a means of dialogue and inspiration. Drawing upon personal histories as a common thread, Campbell and Fields produced images that, while familiar, conversely elicit an uneasiness in the viewer. This discursive discussion will illuminate the complexities of creativity, collaboration and reciprocity experienced by the artists in this process.

March 15, 2016

UAM@NoonRebecca Campbell and Samantha Fields: Dreams of Another Time
UAM Main Gallery, 12-1pm

Artists, Rebecca Campbell and Samantha Fields will lead an informal walkthrough of their exhibition, Dreams of Another Time highlighting narrative paintings, drawings, collages and sculptures created by the artists as a result of an eighteen-month long collaboration. Works from the individual oeuvres of the Los Angeles based artists will also be featured on the tour.

Shakespeare Aloud: In collaboration with the Richard & Karen Carpenter Performing Art Center, please join us in the UAM’s Permanent Collection Gallery for Shakespeare Aloud.

On a designated Saturday each month, Shakespeare Aloud will host a free reading of each of Shakespeare’s 37 plays, one per month until the entire canon is complete. Community members are warmly invited to participate as readers (no experience or audition required) or as audience members. Shakespeare Aloud provides the opportunity to hear all the plays, to become readers, and to listen to and work with others.
Learn more here.

Campus sculpture collection tours will be available throughout the exhibition (docent or self-guided). Call 562.985.5761 for tour information.

All events take place at the University Art Museum, unless otherwise noted. For more information on exhibitions and related events,
or for directions or parking information, visit www.csulb.edu/uam

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