MOLAA’s auction will run through July 19 with artworks available from artists Leonardo Nierman, Francisco Toledo, Zaida del Rio, and others.
“This image will be here when we’re long gone. I hope it says, more than anything, ‘Peace.'”
Rooted in the idea of “Use What You Have,” the art, wellness and family workshop series is meant to instill new, creative ways of thinking in participants young and old.
The occasion was joyous, adorable and, for some, the first graduation experience within the family.
After serving the Seal Beach community for nearly 15 years, Beachwood BBQ & Brewing will permanently close its flagship location on Main Street.
“The title was prompted by the idea that if we don’t write our own histories, they will be written for us,” said curator Gloria Sanchez.
“As always, maintaining the safety and security of our guests, actors and crew is of the utmost importance.”
Long Beach United Music project features the combined works of nearly 20 musicians from Long Beach.
Nellie de la Cruz and Arlene Ramirez have taken it upon themselves to give back whenever they can.
The statue had been on campus since 1967.
“We wanted to make sure that while it’s educating little kids, we still wanted them to be able to understand it and have fun.”