Long Beach Artist Brings Area Barbershops to Life Through Animation

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Four months ago, Willcocks, who previously taught at Cal State Long Beach and is currently a professor of art at Redlands University, planted herself deep inside the neglected northernly part of the city. As part of an  SHARE:

Celebrating Long Beach Arts Month: Steven H. Garcia

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October marks Long Beach Arts Month, and the Long Beach Post has partnered with the Arts Council for Long Beach to celebrate the image makers, the painters, the dancers, the designers, the musicians,...

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Celebrating Long Beach Arts Month: April Osorno

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Between pouring drinks for cash and cramming for midterms, Cal State Long Beach studio art student April Osorno finds the time to create art that, at least for her, acts as a form of therapy. In fact, the young...

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Gathering at Greenly to Promote Clever Use of Space for Local Artists

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In an effort to continue creating community among artists, Greenly Art Space will host "The Gathering at Greenly,” a monthly meeting to help facilitate connections among local artists and representatives of arts venues. At this informal discussion on Sunday,...

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Celebrating Long Beach Arts Month: Hannah Griffith

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Having grown up in Bellflower, painter and photographer Hannah Griffith moved to Long Beach five years ago and has no intention of going elsewhere. After all, she got her arts education at Long Beach City College—where she continually gives...

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The Long Beach Photographer Who Finds Art in the Chaos of Graffiti, Vandalism and Covering It All Up

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Long Beach photographer Mick Victor likes to piece things together—which explains the artist's largest side project, Art Unexpected. Delving into the alleyways and concrete wind tunnels of Long Beach and Los Angeles, scaling the walls and façades of the all-too-unexplored...

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Celebrating Long Beach Arts Month: Fatima Baqi

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Fatima Baqi hailed from Southeast Los Angeles before making Long Beach her home—and it shows in her style.

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Celebrating Long Beach Arts Month: Robert Tolone

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October marks Long Beach Arts Month and the Long Beach Post has partnered with the Arts Council for Long Beach to celebrate the image makers, the painters, the dancers, the designers, the musicians, and the...

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Miller Pediatric Patients Become Artists for a Day

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Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital Long Beach will host its 7th annual pediatric patient art exhibition, “Artful Healing for Our Heroes,” presented by the Artful Healing Program, a facet of The Child Life Program at Miller Children’s. On Friday,...

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Three Local, Up-and-Coming Jewelry Designers Who Value Simplicity

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In celebration of Long Beach Arts Month, we’re paying special attention to local working artists, whether they’re up-and-coming or well-established. These three local jewelry designers share an aesthetic that represent a generation's hunger for simplicity in a society perpetually...

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