Picture This Gallery & Custom Framing, 4130 Norse Way, will host an artists reception and exhibit opening on Saturday, Sept. 3 from 5pm to 8pm […]
The Historical Society of Long Beach, 4260 Atlantic Ave., will host historian Dr. Kaye Briegel and librarian Maureen Neeley on Friday, Sept. 2, as they […]
Cory Bilicko Managing Editor How does one parlay a rebellious, misunderstood adolescence into a successful career in early adulthood, in the midst of a troubled […]
Mike Deovlet and Burke Gumbiner, co-chairs of the Museum of Latin American Art’s (MOLAA) board of directors, announced the appointment this week of Stuart A. […]
Stephanie Raygoza Staff Writer Amy Tanaka’s art extends to various forms and means throughout Long Beach. From her promotional artwork for the nonprofit organization Green […]
Marcus Bockman is a recent Cal State University Long Beach (CSULB) graduate of the journalism program, specializing in photography.
The Gay and Lesbian Center of Greater Long Beach and Long Beach Lesbian and Gay Pride will present the Long Beach Q Film Festival 2011 […]
The Museum of Latin American Art, 628 Alamitos Ave., will host MEX/LA:“Mexican” Modernism(s) in Los Angeles, 1930-1985 as part of Pacific Standard Time, an initiative […]
Although artist Pat Harper’s education and career were focused on economics and mathematics, there has always been what she calls “some craft” that she was […]
Local history buffs will be able to explore the Long Beach of the 1920s and 30s with Art Deco Society president John Thomas (author of […]
An Abstract World, opening Aug. 5 in the main hall of the EXPO Arts Center as a part of the First Friday Art Walk, covers […]
Artists Kimberly and David Hocking will be debuting two separate bodies of work on Saturday, Aug. 6 from 7pm to 9pm at the Greenly Art […]
Marilyn Geyer is a native of Southern California with roots in Norway, where she studied painting in her early years with Norwegian impressionist Johannes Kolbel.
Born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in 1964, Chip Landry began drawing at an early age, inspired by his mother, who was also an artist.
The quilt featured on the front-page topper this week was made by Pam Helgesen, who is a native and current resident of Ketchikan, Alaska.