B5 – Art Museum Experience

Exhibition: Call and Response, When We Say You Say

My experience at the Long Beach University museum was different from what I expected. Although the museum was smaller than I expected, there were a few pieces that I found very interesting; one of the pieces was the “moth eater” and the “block”, the leather masks created by Alonso Garzon. I found these specifically interesting because it reminds me of a mask that would be used as a prop for movies. The masks were also the only pieces in the gallery that had a sci-fi fantasy theme to it. Because there were so many people in the museum, the tour wasn’t very enjoyable as it was very hard to hear. I did find it interesting that our tour guide told us that there were hidden easter eggs for the audience to discover within the art pieces.

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