UNIVERSITY ART MUSEUM, CSU LONG BEACH
EDUCATION and OUTREACH
|UAM at Noon
Come on down to the UAM for a series of free noontime programs on current exhibitions. This series, held on selected Tuesdays from 12:15pm to 12:45pm, features artists, curators, and scholars, including CSULB faculty, conducting gallery walkthroughs and panel discussions related to current exhibitions.
Please join us!
Docent-guided tours of museum exhibitions and the site-specific sculpture collection are available for campus and community groups. Tours may be arranged by calling the museum's Curator of Education, Liz Harvey, at 562.985.7601.
Young participants in the Artist Residency program preparing their new public art garden at the Westside Boys and Girls Club of Long Beach with plants and art. This program is taught by Artist in Residence Liz Harvey and is supported, in part, by the Bess J. Hodges Foundation, the Will J. Reid Foundation, the Boys and Girls Clubs of Long Beach, and the California Arts Council.
|Art on Site at the UAM: Art to the Schools
The museum has a long-term commitment to collaborative projects with the local school system. Art on Site at the UAM and Art to the Schools are two joint museum/school program that sends art education graduate students to K-12 classrooms for special workshops and, in turn, brings the classes to the museum for tours and hands-on workshops.
Art on Site: Boys and Girls Clubs of Long Beach
This program, funded from 1996-1999 by the California Arts Council, is a model partnership that presents workshops, led by museum staff and local artists, to groups at club sites and at the museum. The program has produced bus posters that were mounted on Long Beach Transit buses in 1997; additional bus posters are planned for Fall 1999. In addition, the museum provides art education training for the Boys and Girls Club staff to enhance their own in-house programs.
Zeitlin Lecture Series
Through the generosity of bookseller, poet, and pioneer patron of the arts Jacob Zeitlin (1902-1987), an endowment fund was established to present annual lectures by artists, art historians, and critics. Past Zeitlin Lecturers have included: the late critic Alfred Frankenstein; the late architecture historian and author Reyner Banham; artists David Hockney, Jenny Holzer, George Segal, Robert Irwin, Wayne Thiebaud, and Jonathan Borofsky; architects Michael Graves and Peter Eisenman; and museum director and educator Henry Hopkins.
Graduate Certificate in Museum Studies
Offered jointly with the Art Department, the 30-unit Graduate Certificate of Special Major MA in Museum Studies provides students the opportunity to specialize in professional museum practices in such areas as museum registration, administration, public relations, publications, and curatorial practices.
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