Nidia Morales’s art exhibit was very interesting. Her exhibit was all about hair and hair being brushed or covered with sticky substances like syrup and frosting. It was weird walking into this exhibit at first and while interviewing Nidia she said she really likes hair and is borderline obsessed with it. She said that her art piece represents the misconception of Beauty. People spend a lot of money on their hair and beauty to try and look better. She said the frosting was a symbol of decoration like you would put on a cake or something. She is a photography major and hopes to go far with art as a career.
This week I interviewed my dear friend Erica. I meet Erica last semester in the Beachside dorms because she lives a couple rooms down from me. Erica is… interesting. She is always really nice and friendly but she is kind of weird at times too! but it is funny. Erica is a communications major and a freshman here at CSULB. She is a member of the Delta Gamma sorority as of last fall. She lives in Huntington Beach and grew up there, and she loves to surf. Erica is awesome, I’m glad i meet her last semester, get to know her!
This was one of my posts from our Instagram activity on Thursday. It was rush week for all of Greek Life so this was one of our more laid back days where we meet some of the guys by eating food, and smoking hookah, which was the focus of this picture. Also we like to sit around this Hookah on the couches and chairs all the time just to hang out and bond as brothers.
For this week I interviewed Nick Gaby who is a 5th year senior here at CSULB studying for an art major. His art piece was collecting a bunch of mugs and displaying them on the floor with shelves behind on the walls, but none of the mugs were on the shelves. He said that this is how he pictured his art when someone asked why none of them were on the shelves. He started talking about the mugs and how they sit around houses and never get noticed. He let everyone who saw his art piece take one home with them is they wanted.
I meet Rogelio Fall 2012 semester when I began pledging for the fraternity Phi Gamma Delta. He is an awesome guy to know and I’m glad I meet him when I did. We decided to take this class to get a better feel for visual arts, as for me I am not very creative. Ro-Ro, a nickname I call him, was a mechanical engineering major but he switched over to Economics and he is in his 3rd year here at CSULB. He is currently the Recording Secretary for our Fraternity and is a trustworthy gentlemen.