Molina Family Latino Gallery at the Smithsonian’s American History Museum is set to open in 2021.
On Saturday July 26, Stone Rose Gallery will make its mark on the local Long Beach art community. Featuring over 60 artists, the gallery’s exhibition Long Beach Summer III will be their most ambitious exhibition of Long Beach artists to date.
From the Second Saturday Art Walk in the East Village to First Fridays in Bixby Knolls, it’s more than obvious that Long Beach has a robust and thriving art community. But where and when can you experience the city’s diverse art scene outside of the more well-known monthly blowouts? Meet the Long Beach Gallery Guide, a start-up website still in beta mode that is attempting to compile all the current exhibitions, shows and spaces that support local art.
The ArtExchange has created an advisory board featuring some of Long Beach’s most prominent leaders, each of whom will serve one-year terms in order to focus on what ArtX CEO Nicolassa Gavez calls “high level visioning.”
Jeff Foye is one of the artists being featured in the Arts Council for Long Beach exhibition, SHINE, opening tomorrow at The Collaborative gallery. In this interview, Jeff speaks about the works being presented, and his long time collaboration with Gordon Winiemko.
This Sunday, from 1 to 5 PM, the community is gathering to celebrate the birthday of Doors front-man Jim Morrison. The event is also a food drive for Food Finders, so people are encouraged to bring new cans of food. In this interview with Food Finders’ Executive Director Patti Larson, she speaks about the amazing work they do.
The Arts Council for Long Beach 2013 Distinguished Artist of the Year, Paul Hogue, is joining with 2012 winner Trace Fukuhara, and Yoshino Rosalia Jasso, who was the first recipient of the Emerging Artist and Arts Leader award, to present new, existing, and site-specific installation works at The Collaborative.
The ambitious Wilmore 9 team is gearing up for their first annual film, music and art festival in Downtown Long Beach this weekend, which over the last few months has drawn involvement from local crafters, comedians, skateboarders, musicians and more.
In this video interview, Long Beach artist, Dean Triolo, speaks about the retrospective of his work, presented by the Cultural Alliance of Long Beach at the Bungalow Art Center. The exhibition showcases the evolution of his creative vision, the exploration of materials and techniques, and the development of a unique and powerful artistic voice.