The airport is now accepting submissions until March 31, and 10 contest winners will also earn $500 honorariums, according to the airport. The contest is open to local artists of all ages and skill levels. Winners will be announced by May 2022.
The exhibit, “We Got This: Art in the Time of the Pandemic”, is comprised of 20 pieces that were collected from local women artists and shows messages of hope and solidarity that were ubiquitous in 2020. The exhibit is also available to view on the city’s website.
Long Beach Airport is looking for local women artists to submit art with “uplifting and hopeful messages related to the pandemic.”
Zero Gravity Corporation announced the relaunch of its 2020 flight schedule, with its first date right here in Long Beach.
Holiday travelers shuffling through the airport can catch a glimpse of what the city’s vibrant arts community has to offer now and through early next year.
You can help by dropping the coins in your pocket into a donation box before you go through security at the Long Beach Airport.
Experience a dose of Long Beach aviation history this Saturday, November 4 when thousands of attendees are expected to enjoy the annual Festival of Flight at Long Beach Airport.
Some 1,400 joggers, sprinters, walkers and skippers jumped on the rare opportunity to Run the Runway at Long Beach Airport Tuesday afternoon.
Anyone who has never had the chance to step on a runway, if not for the sole purpose of boarding an airplane, should jump on the opportunity to Run the Runway at Long Beach Airport on Tuesday, March 31.