The book will reflect and respond to the Black experience of COVID-19 pandemic and the social justice crisis.
Applications are now open to artists who add themselves to the ACLB artist registry, as well as arts organizations.
Between the Divide is about finding common ground between conflicting subjects.
The Arts Council for Long Beach announced the 34 grantees of its Annual Grant programs for 2018-19.
In case you missed it, the Arts Council for Long Beach recently announced three different calls for artists, a chance for local creatives to take part in Long Beach projects and events and to make a decent amount of dough while doing so.
Artists Peter Zokosky and Cynthia K. Evans explore the universal absurdity of what it means to be human through their own concerns and acute observations.
A painter, sculptor, ceramicist and jeweler will explore the nuances behind the word “boundary” in an upcoming art exhibit in downtown Long Beach.
On Friday at The Collaborative Gallery, blank walls will meet guests at the opening reception for Flow I Obstruction: process.dialogue.inquiry, the second of four Artist Registry shows put on by the Arts Council for Long Beach.
Earlier this month the Arts Council for Long Beach unveiled an enhanced artist registry with the goal of giving creative professionals an improved space online to share their work and other information.
The Arts Council for Long Beach announced Thursday that its 2017 Risk and Innovation Grant application and guidelines are now available on the council’s website. A total of $4,000 in grant funding is available, and will be distributed as four awards of $1,000.