The exhibit, titled “Remembering Our Roots,” includes two distinct video projects which will be on display at the City Hall lobby until Feb. 29.
The seventh annual Black History Month event put on by the North Long Beach based Andy Street Community Association will highlight four Caribbean islands at the Expo Arts Center this week.
Sistahs-On-Campus (SOC) opened its inaugural art exhibit, “Nevertheless she persisted…”, at the Bayshore Beach Art Gallery on Friday to showcase the extraordinary contributions of African American women to the Cal State Long Beach (CSULB) campus and community.
The site for the proposed center has yet to be determined but a few members of the public suggested that the old North Branch Library, which currently serves as a temporary winter shelter, should be a contender.
Celebrate Black History Month this weekend with the fifth annual Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow celebration scheduled to take place Thursday through Saturday at the EXPO Arts Center.
The fourth annual Black History Month Project will put a focus on African American business and culture through its upcoming three-day celebration, “Black Economics: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow,” which begins February 2 in the Expo Arts Center in Bixby Knolls.
The historic Breakers Building has launched a new art gallery space and, this Saturday, they’re featuring a series of photographic portraits by Duke Givens. In this video interview, Givens speaks about The Power of Choice, his images of famed Long Beach rapper Snoop Dogg, and his recent visit to Sundance.
“Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow,” a celebration of Black History Month, will be a major free event at the EXPO Arts Center in Bixby Knolls on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, February 6, 7, and 8.