Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas

Insights 2020

Edith Contreras, Heidi Fernandez Saavedra, Pawan Poungjinda and others

CSULB School of Art and Kleefeld Contemporary Long Beach, California, USA May 7, 2020 –

Edith Contreras, Colosio (2019). Collage and handwritten silkscreen. Image courtesy of Carolyn Campagna Kleefeld Contemporary Art Museum

Heidi Fernandez Saavedra, Betty (2019). Wig, flower, printed fabric, ribbon, and buttons. Image courtesy of Carolyn Campagna Kleefeld Contemporary Art Museum

Pawan Poungjinda, The category is House… a family you get to choose (2019). Acrylic and transfer on canvas. Image courtesy of Carolyn Campagna Kleefeld Contemporary Art Museum

The CSULB School of Art (SoA) presents the annual student exhibition, Insights 2020, online this year in promotional partnership with the Carolyn Campagna Kleefeld Contemporary Art Museum (Kleefeld Contemporary). Instagram and Tumblr will be used to display juried works of art from students. Zoom will be used to host virtual events. This online exhibition continues to celebrate exceptional works produced by students. 

Insights 2020 digital galleries will go live May 7 on Instagram @soa_insights and Tumblr at soa-insights.tumblr.com. Follow these accounts and #insights2020 to stay updated on the exhibition, awards announcements, and more. Engage with the talented CSULB SoA artists on social media, join conversations, and share favorite works.

Featuring work from both graduate and undergraduate students in the SoA, Insights 2020 highlights work from all departments: Art Education, Ceramics, Drawing and Painting, Fiber, Graphic Design, Illustration/Animation, Metals/Jewelry, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture, 4/D, and Wood. Students were asked to submit three works for review by a SoA Faculty jury.

Despite physical distancing pushing individuals apart, Insights 2020 brings students, faculty, and public communities together in recognition of student artists. The online exhibition invites participation, social connection, and encourages engagement between emerging artists and campus and public communities. As efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19 continue, students persist in art making, and their works and talents deserve to be seen.

Artists

Brianna Aguilera, Ashley Anderson, Dana August, Hanjialin Bao Daniela Barbani, Erika Barrios, Victoria Bonilla (Jax), Aaron Brown, Sienna Browne, Heather Browning, Kimberly Calzada-Magana, Jordan Carr, Acacia Castro, Eunice Chae, Yuna Chaiy, Molly Champlin, Elizabeth Chavarin, Jacob Choto, Ryan Chu, Edith Contreras, Cherianna Crary, Giselle Daneshmand, Kenna Dworsky, Dede Falcone, Heidi Fernandez Saavedra, Rachel Finkelstein, Melissa Flores, Valeria Fragoso, Rudy Franco, Sara Garcia, Daniel Garcia, Jonathan Godinez, Christina Grace (TIN HAUS), Eva Grello, Alejandra Guardado Gochez, Sierra Harris, Sara Hassan Khani, Luis Hernandez, Cristina Herrera, Mark Hertzel, Sara Hill, Marybelle Huynh, Bonny Jackson, Bethany Jeon, Yi Jiang, Bradley Kahabka, Benjamin Kaita, Josh Kawahata, Yena Kim, Madeline Kincanna, Jing King, Samantha Kobel, Mickaela Kubiak, Brenda León, Jacob Limon, Yucen Liu, Lisa Lopez, Evan Lopez, thomas macie, Tatiana Mata, Emily Menendez (Graverstone), Noah Michelon, April Mitchell, Briana Miyoko Stanley Lane, Rodolfo Montalvo, Lizzie Moo (Lingan), Eduardo Munoz, Caroline Nadler, Thao Nguyen, Lucia Nguyen, Kelsey Noel, Tara O’Gorman, Zahra Ojani, Jungae Park, Oscar Pearson, Sara Pennington, Le Pham, Rosaura Pila Godinez , Alexandria Pinter, Pawan Poungjinda, Jack X Proctor, Amanda Quinlan, Destiny Randall, Corey Ricks, Cindy Rocha, Samuel Rodriguez, Jasmine Romo, Fabian Rubio, Adam Sabolick, Sylvan Streightiff, Chinyi Tai , Shima Taj Bakhsh, Tabo Tang, Abbey Taylor, Jennifer Tejada, Andres Tolentino, Jonathan Torres, Quang Tran, Donna Tran, Alejandra Uribe, Alan Vidali, Sara Vonepp, Kaela Watso, Marina Weiner, Mirabel Wigon, Crystal Worley.

https://www.csulb.edu/carolyn-campagna-kleefeld-contemporary-art-museum

Edith Contreras, Colosio (2019). Collage and handwritten silkscreen. Image courtesy of Carolyn Campagna Kleefeld Contemporary Art Museum

Heidi Fernandez Saavedra, Betty (2019). Wig, flower, printed fabric, ribbon, and buttons. Image courtesy of Carolyn Campagna Kleefeld Contemporary Art Museum

Pawan Poungjinda, The category is House… a family you get to choose (2019). Acrylic and transfer on canvas. Image courtesy of Carolyn Campagna Kleefeld Contemporary Art Museum

The CSULB School of Art (SoA) presents the annual student exhibition, Insights 2020, online this year in promotional partnership with the Carolyn Campagna Kleefeld Contemporary Art Museum (Kleefeld Contemporary). Instagram and Tumblr will be used to display juried works of art from students. Zoom will be used to host virtual events. This online exhibition continues to celebrate exceptional works produced by students.

Insights 2020 digital galleries will go live May 7 on Instagram @soa_insights and Tumblr at soa-insights.tumblr.com. Follow these accounts and #insights2020 to stay updated on the exhibition, awards announcements, and more. Engage with the talented CSULB SoA artists on social media, join conversations, and share favorite works.

Featuring work from both graduate and undergraduate students in the SoA, Insights 2020 highlights work from all departments: Art Education, Ceramics, Drawing and Painting, Fiber, Graphic Design, Illustration/Animation, Metals/Jewelry, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture, 4/D, and Wood. Students were asked to submit three works for review by a SoA Faculty jury.

Despite physical distancing pushing individuals apart, Insights 2020 brings students, faculty, and public communities together in recognition of student artists. The online exhibition invites participation, social connection, and encourages engagement between emerging artists and campus and public communities. As efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19 continue, students persist in art making, and their works and talents deserve to be seen.

Artists

Brianna Aguilera, Ashley Anderson, Dana August, Hanjialin Bao Daniela Barbani, Erika Barrios, Victoria Bonilla (Jax), Aaron Brown, Sienna Browne, Heather Browning, Kimberly Calzada-Magana, Jordan Carr, Acacia Castro, Eunice Chae, Yuna Chaiy, Molly Champlin, Elizabeth Chavarin, Jacob Choto, Ryan Chu, Edith Contreras, Cherianna Crary, Giselle Daneshmand, Kenna Dworsky, Dede Falcone, Heidi Fernandez Saavedra, Rachel Finkelstein, Melissa Flores, Valeria Fragoso, Rudy Franco, Sara Garcia, Daniel Garcia, Jonathan Godinez, Christina Grace (TIN HAUS), Eva Grello, Alejandra Guardado Gochez, Sierra Harris, Sara Hassan Khani, Luis Hernandez, Cristina Herrera, Mark Hertzel, Sara Hill, Marybelle Huynh, Bonny Jackson, Bethany Jeon, Yi Jiang, Bradley Kahabka, Benjamin Kaita, Josh Kawahata, Yena Kim, Madeline Kincanna, Jing King, Samantha Kobel, Mickaela Kubiak, Brenda León, Jacob Limon, Yucen Liu, Lisa Lopez, Evan Lopez, thomas macie, Tatiana Mata, Emily Menendez (Graverstone), Noah Michelon, April Mitchell, Briana Miyoko Stanley Lane, Rodolfo Montalvo, Lizzie Moo (Lingan), Eduardo Munoz, Caroline Nadler, Thao Nguyen, Lucia Nguyen, Kelsey Noel, Tara O’Gorman, Zahra Ojani, Jungae Park, Oscar Pearson, Sara Pennington, Le Pham, Rosaura Pila Godinez , Alexandria Pinter, Pawan Poungjinda, Jack X Proctor, Amanda Quinlan, Destiny Randall, Corey Ricks, Cindy Rocha, Samuel Rodriguez, Jasmine Romo, Fabian Rubio, Adam Sabolick, Sylvan Streightiff, Chinyi Tai , Shima Taj Bakhsh, Tabo Tang, Abbey Taylor, Jennifer Tejada, Andres Tolentino, Jonathan Torres, Quang Tran, Donna Tran, Alejandra Uribe, Alan Vidali, Sara Vonepp, Kaela Watso, Marina Weiner, Mirabel Wigon, Crystal Worley.

https://www.csulb.edu/carolyn-campagna-kleefeld-contemporary-art-museum

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