Long Beach is usually warm and sunny, but a snowstorm is coming in February.
The Primetime Players, a senior citizen theater troupe based in Long Beach, is prepared for another run of their newest production “No Business Like Show Business: A Musical of Musicals” at community centers across town this week.
Hotel and hospitality operators are suggesting, through the Convention & Visitors Bureau, to increase the city's bed tax to support Long Beach's major arts groups and deal with infrastructure needs at the Convention Center.
Long Beach's Museum of Art has received a nearly $200,000 grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services to create and maintain digital records of work from 271 female artists with works in the museum's permanent collection.
It’s the last chance to sign up for the 18th annual Belmont Shore Chalk Art Contest happening this Saturday, where Second Street in Belmont Shore will be lined with artists hosted by the nonprofit Community Action Team, with help from the Belmont Shore Business Association.
Winners were announced last week in the popular Port of Long Beach PHOTO contest, and are now on display in the lobby of the new headquarters building lobby downtown.
For nearly three decades, Long Beach has celebrated October is Arts Month with special events and awards, and 2019 will continue that tradition.
Brandie Davison is a Cal State Long Beach senior with a passion for bringing artists together to showcase their work — and introduce them to the community.
A young Los Angeles playwright's play "A Wolf's Mother," first seen in Panndora Productions' 12th Annual New Works Festival, takes to the Garage Theatre stage on Oct. 4.
“Collecting Long Beach: Seven Decades from the Permanent Collection,” currently showing at the Long Beach Museum of Art Downtown includes selections from 35 Long Beach contemporary artists created over the last 70 years.
Long Beach theater goers have an abundance of venues in which to see productions such as the Beverly O'Neill Theater, Long Beach Playhouse, Carpenter Center for the Performing Arts, and the Long Beach Community Theater, just to name a few.
Long Beach Museum of Art Downtown (LBMA Downtown) opens the former Art Exchange building Sept. 14 after an extensive renovation. LBMA Downtown, 356 E. Third St., is an extension of the museum’s main campus at 2300 E. Ocean Boulevard.
For the fifth year straight, Held2gether Improv will spend two Saturdays in September presenting improvised musical based on audience suggestions.
Eight aspiring professional singers will join the Camerata Singers for the next season thanks to a new program and partnership with the Bob Cole Conservatory of Music at Cal State Long Beach.
“Music is a powerful tool. It connects people emotionally and physically,” Dan Beck, trustee of the Music Performance Trust Fund (MPTF), said recently.
More than a dozen professional artists will take to the pavement next month in the Long Beach Towne Center to create temporary masterpieces using chalk.
In 2000, Frederick Fisher and Partners designed a new 12,800-square-foot building, the Long Beach Museum of Art’s Hartman Pavilion, now a well-loved destination situated on a bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
The University Art Museum at Cal State Long Beach could get a new name soon: the Carolyn Campagna Kleefeld Contemporary Art Museum.
David Starr Jordan High School has had its share of famous athletes (football players Dennis Brown and John Ross III and former Dodger Ron Fairly) and famous entertainers (TV star Bob Denver and musicians Warren G. and Vince Staples).