Artists talk about their murals recently painted at Homeland Cultural Center.
The bridge at Sixth Street was adorned with multiple murals—and have now been covered by the city’s Public Works Department.
If you missed what may have been the art event of the year, a warehouse mural show called “Hello, Welcome,” its organizers are hosting a second event on Saturday, Feb. 2 in the same space.
Local artist Erick Guadarrama combines hip hop, Hispanic heritage and Long Beach culture in this new Eastside mural.
The murals are the main attraction of “Hello, Welcome,” an artist-organized exhibition opening Saturday.
Construction crews and conservationists are a couple of weeks into what’s expected to be a six-week project to remove the tiles that were used to make the historical mural at the former Port of Long Beach Administrative Building.
Cal State Long Beach announced a grant provided by the Long Beach Navy Memorial Heritage Association will extend the life of artist Rita Letendre’s mural, “Sun Forces.”
An initiative to install two public art murals alongside a recently opened greenbelt next to the Los Angeles River was launched on Friday.
What some might have assumed was a POW! WOW! Long Beach mural going up a week early was actually a unique project taken on by the Bixby Knolls Business Improvement Association to bring Seattle-based artist Peter Robinson to town.
Enterprise content management leader Laserfiche is partnering with the Bixby Knolls Business Improvement Association to commission and showcase a series of murals at Laserfiche headquarters.