IN PICTURES: HeARTsy Helps Fund Art Camps and Workshops for Children in Need

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The community came together to join HeARTsy’s second annual art show last Saturday at Hellada Gallery to showcase artwork created by local disadvantaged children.
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Science and Art Converge in MOLAA’s EL EXPLORATORIO: ZONA 1

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“I hope that visitors walk away with a better understanding of the diversity of concepts and art practices engaged by contemporary Latin American and Latinx artists,” said MOLAA Curator of Education Gabriela Martínez.
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Global Software Developer Laserfiche Seeking Local Artists to Beautify Bixby Knolls Headquarters

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Enterprise content management leader Laserfiche is partnering with the Bixby Knolls Business Improvement Association to commission and showcase a series of murals at Laserfiche headquarters.
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“All American Boyband” Brockhampton to Headline Agenda Festival

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Agenda Festival organizers announced the official lineup for the event set to take place June 30 at the Long Beach Convention Center.
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Community Comes Together to Celebrate Late Author Michele Serros and Her Influence

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Uptown Word & Arts hosted an event that celebrated author Michele Serros and her work on Saturday at the Michelle Obama Neighborhood Library.
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Historical Society to Celebrate the Work of Edward A. Killingsworth

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Support the Historical Society of Long Beach (HSLB) at its next See, Sip & Savor fundraiser on May 19 where guests will have the chance to attend an illustrated presentation on renowned architect Edward Killingsworth.
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Three CSULB Alumnae Create Platform for Emerging Local Artists in Downtown Long Beach

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On Saturday a new platform for local emerging interdisciplinary artists will pop up in downtown Long Beach at SPACE853.
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Local Arts Coalition Opens Exhibit RECLAIMING VOICES of Sexual Assault Survivors

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Multidisciplinary artist Karla Camacho, who is a survivor herself, is known for her colorful pottery and paintings. She said this exhibit is an entirely new body of work.
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Annual Gaming Fest Outgrows CSULB Venue, Heads to New Long Beach Esports Studio with Big Partners this Weekend

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Thousands of gamers are expected to head to an industrial area of northwest Long Beach this weekend where a 16,000-square-foot esport arena and live broadcast stage will host the annual gaming festival, Beachcon.
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CSULB National Pan-Hellenic Council to Host Its 25th Long Beach Step Show

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The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) at Cal State Long Beach will host the 25th Long Beach Step Show at the Walter Pyramid on Saturday.
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