Inspired by neighborhood-centric food events like the Taste of Downtown and Stroll and Savor in Belmont Shore, Greener Good North Farmers Market co-manager Stephen Metz decided it was time for the 9th District to get its own gastronomic spotlight. Taste of North Town was born.
McLean Fahnestock is one of five artists being featured in the Mobile Gallery Exhibition, presented by Arts Council for Long Beach, as part of a celebration of National Arts and Humanities Month. In this interview, McLean speaks about her work as a video artist, and the personal origins of “In The Offing.”
In this podcast interview, singer, songwriter, and fledgling guitarist Reuben Cannon speaks about his amazing career, his upcoming visit to Jordan High School this Friday, and his performance, this Sunday, as part of the Taste of North Town, which takes place in conjunction with the Arts Council’s A LOT programming and their Mobile Gallery Exhibition, both part of Arts Month Long Beach.
Frau Fiber is the alter ego of artist Carole Frances Lung-Bazile, and is one of five artists participating in the Art Trucks Mobile Gallery Exhibition, part of the ongoing celebration of National Arts and Humanities Month by the Arts Council for Long Beach. In this interview, she discusses her evolution as an artist, activist, and super hero.
Muralist Jose Loza curated the Guts N’ Bolts Art Show, currently on exhibition at the Cultural Alliance for Long Beach Bungalow Arts Building. In this interview, he speaks about volunteering on mural projects as a teenager, the challenge of finding his creative voice, and curating the exhibition. The show, open tonight til 9 PM, is part of the Arts Council for Long Beach A LOT event taking place this evening at the Renaissance High School for the Arts.
Film makers Mélodie Simond and Art Hall created A Friend at the End for the Guts N’ Bolts Short Film Festival, taking place on Friday, September 20th, at the Renaissance High School for the Arts in Downtwon Long Beach. In this brief interview, they speak about their creative process.
Abandoned parking lots without even the cracks of old pavement to coat their flat topsoil will turn vibrant with arts, entertainment and activities beginning Saturday Sept. 7 in a two month event called A Lot of Creativity in Long Beach.