Robert Murray
Duet (Homage to David Smith)
Steel and epoxy paint
119 x 47 x 208 inches


beljonJ.J. Beljon
Homage to Simon Rodia, 1965
Cast concrete and paint
153 x 296 x 1582 inches



University Art Museum Docents provide tours for CSULB students, K−12 school classes, college classes, and community groups interested in visiting the UAM. Tours are conducted by the UAM Docents, who provide a variety of meaningful experiences to accommodate the diverse needs of our visitors.


The CSULB Monumental Sculpture Collection is situated throughout the 320−acre beautiful, tree−shaded campus. A complete walking tour of the sculpture collection can be made independently or with the help of a UAM Docent. A walking tour will cover approximately two miles of pleasantly landscaped pathways with an elevation change of 70 feet. Allow at least one hour for tour. A virtual sculpture tour is available on the Collections Sculpture page.

If you would like to stop to eat, we recommend bringing a picnic lunch, but food services are available on campus. Visit the links below for hours:

University Dining Services: here

University Student Union: here


Many CSULB instructors schedule tours of UAM exhibitions that relate to the content of their individual classes, such as: Art, Education, English, Critical Thinking, German, Comparative World Literature, Senior University, and many more. The UAM also offers tours to classes from other colleges and universities; as well as K−12 public schools from Long Beach and other southern California school districts.

Community groups, organizations, and clubs are encouraged to contact the UAM to schedule a tour. To schedule a docent−led tour or a self−guided group tour please contact: Christina Alegria, Interim Curator of Education at or 562-985-7601. For information on current and upcoming exhibitions please visit the Exhibition pages.

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