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Local artists still have time to enter their renderings of local “Winged Wonders” for the urban bird walk project to be displayed on banners at the El Dorado Park duck pond off Willow Street and Studebaker. The project celebrates the diverse avian wildlife that make their home in the Lakes, Ponds, and Wetlands of the City of Long Beach.
Ever walked the El Dorado duck pond and wondered who were all those beautiful winged wonders who inhabit the pond? Once local artists respond to the call to submit their renderings of the wild birds, you will be able to see them via the “Long Beach Winged Wonders” banner project being launched by Councilwoman Gerrie Schipske.
St. Mary Medical Center’s C.A.R.E Program co-chairs announced Monday the Kickoff Celebration for the Sixth Annual C.A.R.E. to Dine fundraiser, which will take place at the Long Beach Museum of Art on Sunday, August 26, 2012 from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m.
You are invited to a FREE program being held in conjunction with the Historical Society of Long Beach and their exhibit entitled, “Rebuilding for the Future: A New Deal for Long Beach 1933 – 1942.” Join the Long Beach Museum of Art Director of Collections, Sue Ann Robinson, for a discussion about easel paintings created by artists employed by Roosevelt’s New Deal and its WPA (Works Progress Administration), program Friday, August 5, 2011 at the HSLB Gallery.
On Sunday, May 22, 2011 at Tracy’s Bar and Grill, SNAP will launch its first annual benefit concert and silent auction. SNAP is a charitable organization created to fund and support programs that encourage and educate children with special needs.
Wilshire Boulevard 5pm by Elizabeth Patterson, colored pencil, graphite, solvent, 18x26 inches
The Long Beach Museum of Art presents Influential Element: Exploring the Impact of Water now through April 3, 2011. It is especially fitting that Influential Element: Exploring the Impact of Water debuts in a city in which water has historically played a vital and complex role, both from a recreational standpoint and as a major source of industry and commerce supporting Port operations.
Every October, the Arts Council for Long Beach produces GLOBAL, a month-long guide to arts and culture in Long Beach. GLOBAL occurs every October as part of National Arts and Humanities Month, a coast-to-coast collective celebration of culture in America.
On Sunday October 24, 2010, Long Beach Opera in partnership with the Long Beach Museum of Art invites guests to spend the afternoon at a free picnic concert overlooking the ocean in celebration of the Long Beach GLOBAL initiative – October is Arts Month.
On Wednesday August 11, 2010 at the Long Beach Museum of Art, many of Long Beach’s heavy hitters will be joining forces for a very important cause: “Arts in the Long Run.”
“Arts in the Long Run” is an event hosted by the Arts Council for Long Beach in partnership with We Love Long Beach and The Jazz Angels to raise awareness about recent drastic cuts to community-based arts programs, as well as in-school and afterschool arts education and kickoff “We Love Long Beach Arts,” a charity campaign that will raise funds and help restore funding to community and school based arts programs in Long Beach.
Parents that have been looking into summer camps for kids, may be shocked to realize that it could cost more $500 per week to keep two kids occupied from 9 to 3 every day. Long Beach has several affordable day camp programs through the Parks and Recreation or Cal Stat Long Beach 49ers, but families with multiple children may still find the costs prohibitive.