Cindy Macias/Viking Art major Julie Hong uses twine to lash her  sculpture together on Wednesday, May 13.
Cindy Macias/Viking
Art major Julie Hong uses twine to lash her
sculpture together on Wednesday, May 13.

By Melina Paris/Contributing Writer

The Hundred Pieces Project, a critique of art installations by students in the intermediate sculpture class, was conducted Tuesday, May 5, by their class of peers for the LBCC Student Art Show, which was Tuesday, May 12.
The courtyard of the K Building was filled with about 10 of the sculpture entries. Sculpture major Angel King has entered her piece, which is still unnamed. It is made of wood and fiber for what she has identified as skin in her work.
“My portfolio is about the idea of home,” King said. “Something to possibly live in or otherwise.”
King explained the whole class critiques each other’s works and it takes about two days to get through the 100 pieces. The course is her third intermediate sculpture class and she is building her portfolio to transfer to Cal State Long Beach or UCLA.
Jane Adams, who has worked in the art office as the administrative assistant for the department for one year, said she enjoyed this show.
“I see students growing in their skills and its interesting seeing how creative they can get creating their own vision.”