This week, I chose to write about this sculpture right here. I thought it was really interesting because it was very different from everything else in the art galleries this week. In its own gallery, it looked like an outcast and it just looked awkwardly placed (or maybe that was the point). Continue reading Week 9 – Artist Interview – Myra Flores
So this week, I had the honor of talking to Zac Ramirez. Zac is a 2nd year at CSULB, and is also a physical education major. Continue reading Week 9 – Classmate Interview – Zac Ramirez
BEFORE AFTER So this week for my activity, I had to edit my site to showcase it to be my personal website, not just a turn-it-in website. However, I think this is really funny because, that is what I already kind of showcased in the first place! However, before, it wasn’t much of a depiction of what I really loved. Drum corps. So in the before picture, you can see my fellow musicians that played in my section (same instrument as me). It was probably really hard to understand what group we were from in that picture because we are not really doing anything in there. However, you could easily see that we were dressed as Mighty Morphin Power Rangers 🙂 Or if you understood our activity… the Mighty Morphin Mello Rangers 🙂 Well anyway, from the the beginning, I had already established that the website I made had a touch of me in it already… I didn’t want it to look like a plain turn-it-in website (and trust me, if I had not customized it, that’s what it would’ve been). So I decided to type up my bio and such and include one of my favorite hobbies/activities. My bio pretty much sums up my current life and you could also see that I put up a donation link to help fund my activity because it can get pretty pricey! (also it is right here if you need it, please and thanks 🙂 http://www.gofundme.com/e6epiw ) So with the new update on my website, I just thought since my website already had my own touch, I wanted to expand my cover photo with a collage that would better depict what I love to do, which is marching performing arts. It’s the most amazing thing you could do and you make lots of bonds along the way. If you have time, check it out! It is called DCI or Drum Corps International!
So this week, I got the opportunity to check out a couple of great Christopher Linquata works. This one above is just one of three that were displayed this week. Continue reading Week 8 – Artist Interview – Christopher Michael Linquata
So for Week 8, I had the pleasure of interviewing Yesenia Chavez. Yesenia is from Downey and is a freshman pursuing a film major. She first told me that she went undeclared because she didn’t know if majoring in film would do her any good at all. But then she told me that she might as well major in something she enjoys doing because she wouldn’t want to have a job for the rest of her life that she hates ( and I don’t blame her 🙂 ). Continue reading Week 8 – Classmate Interview – Yesenia Chavez
So, unfortunately, Kenita Hale wasn’t there at the art gallery exhibit, but her amazing work was. This carnival, temple-like display was really eye-opening and had a lot of detail to it. Continue reading Week 7 – Artist Interview – Kenita Hale
So this week, I had the opportunity to get to know Amber Reyes. She’s a 2nd year studying psychology and is from Long Beach. She told me she loved staying with her family so she didn’t want to go anywhere far. Aside from that fact, she tried living alone but it just didn’t cut out for her. She is always occupied whether it be from school or working two jobs so she doesn’t have as many chances to hangout and make friends. Continue reading Weel 7 – Classmate Interview – Amber Reyes