This week, our class went on an art walk through the California State University Long Beach campus. I had the opportunity to be the guide for my group and chose some places throughout the CSULB campus. The first stop that we visited was the Prospector Pete statue. I always come by this statue when I am walking to class, and it was the closest thing next to FA2 and FA3. Then I took the group to see the Carlson Bloc Bell tower and the Now Sculpture. From then we stopped by the H20 Lymon Lough Fountain and then the CBA building. By then we made our last stop at the Japanese Garden.
This entire art walk experience showed me that our campus has a lot of artwork and beautiful scenery throughout. Our school had a lot of greenery, but still had some slight brown grass because of the drought. It showed that our school is very caring of the current situation that our state is in. It was nice to know that our school took this into account and still had the ability to make our school look beautiful.