Long Beach art galleries
In collaboration with a number of local organizations, “Party on Pine” will combine for a trio of parties on Saturday Dec 7, that move festivities from Drake Park to North Pine to South Pine throughout the day (and night) across downtown Long Beach with real snow, music, food and drink, and lots of fun.
The inaugural Long Beach Folk Revival Festival is set to take place on November 16th, 2013 from 11am to 10pm in the Historic Old Pine Avenue district (on Pine Avenue between 6th & 7th streets) in Downtown Long Beach, CA.
Migrator by Linda Gunn
Les Jolis Trésors, the Long Beach contemporary art gallery, is announcing “Couleurs de l’Eau” (Colours of water), a group show where three artists (Annie Clavel, Linda Gunn and Dawn Quinones) demonstrate how they capture the tones and hues of water in their creations.
Photo by Jim Forest
Free eBooks and downloadable audiobooks from the Long Beach Public Library will be showcased next month when the Digital Bookmobile National Tour comes to town. Find the Digital Bookmobile at the Second Saturday Art Walk, Saturday, February 11, 2012 from 4:00 – 10:00 pm, on Linden Avenue between East Broadway and East First Street, Downtown Long Beach.
Black and White Art Show, Linus Art Gallery
Linus Galleries of Southern California will have an open reception on December 9, 2011 from 5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at their Long Beach/Signal Hill art gallery. The theme of the art show is “Black and White,” presenting not just photography, but all two-dimensional monochromatic artwork.
The Annual Frida Kahlo Artists Exhibit 2011 is approaching fast. This is a tribute exhibit to renowned Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. Various artists come together to exhibit their own work dedicated to Frida. The Annual Frida Kahlo Artists Exhibit is one of our most attended exhibits and is a great opportunity for artist exposure and networking.
Sundays in the Park with SAM (SIPS)—a major of component of Downtown Long Beach’s award-winning, sustainable concert series, Summer And Music (SAM)—announces the rest of the June line up. SIPS runs throughout the summer with free, all-ages shows every Sunday afternoon in June, July and August.
Long Beach Cinematheque will co-present an evening of live art, music, and experimental projection at Long Beach’s newest venue for multimedia programming – the MADhouse.
Long Beach artist, filmmaker, and promoter Rajh Kirch presents EPIPHANY 624, a full evening of visionary local artists, showcasing their latest work in varying artistic mediums.
Joshua Trees, Indian Summer Sky by Michael E. Gordon
Long Beach fine art landscape photographer, Michael E. Gordon, will exhibit approximately twelve large format black and white photographs of the California desert from September 9, 2010 through October 5, 2010, at the El Dorado Nature Center Art Gallery in Long Beach.
Located at 1734 East Broadway, the proprietors of Belsito Roche Fine Art Gallery, Paul Belsito and Steven Roche, are both artists.
Perhaps you have driven by on a Saturday night and seen the large crowd spilling out onto the sidewalk during an opening night.