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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IN PICTURES: Renowned Choreographer Aaron Cash Brings One-Man Show to LB Playhouse

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Cash has danced and worked for Cher, Michael Jackson, Prince, Paula Abdul, Frank Sinatra and many more throughout his 40-plus years performing.
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Art Theatre to Bring Earth Day Weekend Film Festival to Long Beach

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The Art Theatre will bring to 4th Street’s Retro Row an Earth Day Weekend Film Festival on Saturday and Sunday, April 21 and 22.
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City Council Approves $50K to Add Public Art and Arts Programming in West Long Beach

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An arts initiative was approved by the Long Beach City Council on Tuesday to use the district’s one-time infrastructure funds of $50,000 to increase arts programming for the area.
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Documentary Capturing Path From Skid Row to Marathon Finisher To Play at Art Theatre

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The film documents their training and eventual trips to Africa and Italy where runners took part in international running competitions including the Rome marathon
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Long Beach Designer Eric Trine Talks Fine Art and Furnishings and His New Brand, Amigo Modern

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Trine plans to use Amigo Modern as a launch pad for the development of a more rooted design scene in Long Beach through events and activations for the community.
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Five Questions With Long Beach Pride Headliner Sheila E.

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On Sunday night, May 20, the legendary Sheila E. will be the musical headliner at Long Beach Pride.
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