“I’d like to stay but I can’t do it.”
Artists around the world have made more than 70,000 hand medals to give to healthcare workers as a collective “thank you.”
Part performance, part travelogue, it will air Nov. 19 and 20 at 7 p.m.
Able ARTS Work announced that “Can’t Stop the Beat,” an art exhibition where students collaborated on artworks on instruments, will open this Saturday, Nov. 7.
“It feels like a thousand pound weight has been lifted from my shoulders.”
Long Beach teens wrote (or drew and animated) up to two entries per week for five months, chronicling the panic, confusion, boredom, anger, annoyance and even a bit of fleeting joy that have been shared by just about everyone as routines were upended and uncertainty reigned.
“Hocus Pocus,” is a comedy witch romp starring Bette Midler and Sarah Jessica Parker while “Ghostbusters” is, well, you know what “Ghostbusters” is.
Long Beach Airport is looking for local women artists to submit art with “uplifting and hopeful messages related to the pandemic.”
Applications are now open to artists who add themselves to the ACLB artist registry, as well as arts organizations.
The V Room, one of the jewels of the Long Beach bar scene, reopened Friday, after being closed for seven months.