Editor's Note: This event happened last Saturday, June 22.
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).
A trip to the hospital can be emotionally overwhelming. Tension and anxiety fill the air as patients and loved ones worry about injuries and illnesses.
ChoralFest, a week dedicated to classical chorale music, kicks off this Sunday with the Camerata Singers and three instrumentalists performing Brahms Piano Trios in downtown Long Beach.
Talented student artists from the Long Beach Unified School District are currently on display at the 35th annual Norman Gottlieb Youth Art Show at the Alpert Jewish Community Center.
Long Beach Opera, long known for drawing outside the lines of traditional opera, will step further out of expectations next month as it begins its 40th anniversary season with "Community Conversations."
Many artists may have been killed during the Cambodian genocide, but the artistic spirit in the Cambodian community is still very much alive today.
A rare exhibit of photographs called "Out of the Box: Rare and Unseen Photos" from the June Mazer Lesbian Archives will be at Long Beach's The Center for the next month.
A tight window will open soon for a chance to attend the always-sold-out Long Beach Festival of Authors put on by the Literary Women group.
Three-dimensional artist Barry Rothstein’s photographs can capture the curvature of a pumpkin or the threatening spines on a cactus, and he’s sharing some of his images — and pairs of 3D glasses — with trick-or-treaters on Halloween night.
Third District City Councilwoman Suzie Price's office will be painting a neighborhood utility box next month — and they're looking for young residents to submit an artistic idea or two.
Next Monday, the Jack Curtis Dubrowsky Ensemble will premier a new score for the classic silent horror movie "Nosferatu" at the Art Theatre on Retro Row.
For the ninth year, LB Open Studio Tour (LBOST) is offering art lovers a free peek into Long Beach art studios. Organizer and artist Lisa Wibroe describes the tour as a “sort of home and garden show” that gives visitors a unique opportunity to see the sites where art comes to life.
Cal State Long Beach School of Art students soon will have their art seen by the world — at least the part of the world that goes through the Long Beach Airport.
Art and history will soon intersect at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church. From Oct. 16 to Nov. 10, the church will open its Brass Rubbing Medieval Arts Center to the public. This will be the Center’s 32nd year of operation.
A small vacant storefront downtown, a barren rectangle with a concrete floor and brick walls, was transformed this summer into an urban art gallery.
The Carpenter Performing Arts Center’s “Arts for Life” program will continue to offer free performing arts entertainment to the Long Beach community this school year.
Earlier this year, the Long Beach Museum of Art (LBMA) and Art Exchange (ARTX) merged to form LBMAx, a dynamic arts campus in downtown Long Beach offering exhibitions and arts-focused educational programming to the community.
Kimberli Meyer, the Cal State Long Beach University Art Museum director since 2016, was terminated from the position just days before the launch of an exhibition she helped create.
"I made this, kind of history revival of the old bumper car. Hidden inside the garage, like it’s still there because the history is still there in Long Beach "
Long Beach's legacy Museum of Art and the cutting-edge ARTx focusing on working artists and arts education have joined to bring the best of both worlds to downtown Long Beach.