The works that were selected touch on a number of ecological concepts, including air and water pollution, the use of renewable energy and the effects of climate change.
The museum, located at one of the prettiest spots in the city, on the bluffs overlooking the ocean, will reopen on April 1, as will its Downtown space, LBMA Downtown.
The LBMA will reopen its Downtown location in September with a new exhibition, “Collecting Long Beach: Seven Decades from the Permanent Collection.”
Here is your complete guide to the artists and events happening in just a few days as POW! WOW! Long Beach 2018 transforms the city.
The Long Beach Museum of Art opened Vitality and Verve: Transforming the Urban Landscape on Friday evening during its After Dark event to an estimated 3,000 attendees, making it the biggest opening in the local art institution’s 65-year history.
The Long Beach Museum of Art will host its famed summer LBMA After Dark event on Friday, June 26 from 7:00PM to 10:00PM, to celebrate the opening of Vitality and Verve: Transforming the Urban Landscape, the local art institution’s most ambitious exhibition to date.
If you thought Masterworks: Defining a New Narrative was a bold step in a contemporary direction for the Long Beach Museum of Art (LBMA), think again. The ever-adapting institution will open its doors to the streets this month as it welcomes the work of artists embedded in the urban contemporary art scene, many of whom are experienced outdoor muralists.
A Memoir of Water: Works by Young-il Ahn, The Milton Wichner Collection and Presence and Absence: Black and White are three exhibits at the Long Beach Museum of Art (LBMA) whose last day to be seen is this Sunday, April 12. The three exhibitions showcase California contemporary art and artists.
The Long Beach Museum of Art has announced their Summer 2015 Multicultural Curatorial and Education Internships funded by the Getty Foundation at the Long Beach Museum of Art. Applications are due by Wednesday, April 29.
The Long Beach Museum of Art’s lecture series, Feminism Ideals, will continue this month with a panel discussion featuring the recipients of this year’s Professional Artists Fellowships, the Arts Council for Long Beach’s first class composed entirely of women.