“The idea is we’re coming together to heal the community through public interactive art,” Cassandra Leeman, regional director of POW! WOW! Long Beach said. “We felt like more than any other year, this year really needed a theme of bringing the community together.”
Created by Antonio Donat, or DULK, the mural was created during PWLB’s 2017 festival.
Over the past five years, the summer festival has brought local and international artists together in Long Beach to create public works of art.
The fifth annual POW! WOW! Long Beach has wrapped up a high-energy week of mural making and events; check out all the finished murals.
Los Angeles-based artist Allison Bamcat has been dreaming of participating in a POW! WOW! Long Beach since the inaugural festival in 2015.
Caratoes talks to the Post about the importance of representation and more.
On Thursday afternoon Pedal Movement’s Jasmine Naea led a bicycle tour to a handful of POW! WOW! Long Beach murals.
A photo journal, updated daily, of our POW! WOW! Long Beach experience.
Five minutes in to rolling thin layers of turquoise paint along the edges of a leaf half the size of my body, my arm started to cramp.
So much art, so very hot; stay hydrated.