Posts Tagged as "Art"

Long Beach Actors & Filmmakers Respond To Lack Of Diversity At The Oscars

Feb. 5, 2015 / By
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No people of color were nominated in the four acting categories, nor were there any for Best Director. Voicewaves spoke with diverse artists, actors and filmmakers from Long Beach about the Oscars, the lack diversity in film, and opportunities for change.

Local Dancer Fuses East & West Traditions, Sparks Conversations

May. 2, 2014 / By
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By CSULB Senior Seminar Reporter Elizabeth Schmidt

Shyamala Moorty extends her arms in the air with closed fists, while using her voice to deliver explicit messages...

I Slam, Therefore I Am: A Look into the LB Poetry Scene

Jan. 23, 2014 / By
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Between Artesia Boulevard and Ocean Boulevard, sectioned off by Sante Fe and the San Gabriel River, there are more open mic events than one can count on two hands.


Neighborhood Art Show Turns Trash into Treasures

Jan. 21, 2014 / By
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Building Healthy Communities Long Beach showcased a collection of art made by trash. The art was created by neighborhood artists in the city with trash they found in their own neighborhoods...

Art as Magic: Adrian Avila Leads “We Grow” Mural at San Jose Elementary School

Jun. 19, 2013 / By
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De-Bug artist and designer Adrian Avila completes mural at San Jose elementary school with 5th grade classes...

The Peace Builders: Homeland Cultural Center

Apr. 5, 2013 / By
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As the only Long Beach Parks & Recreation center that encourages cultural and multi-ethnic arts and programming, Homeland Cultural Center provides people of all ages a place to foster creativity and celebrate the diversity that Long Beach offers...

Coachella Mural Celebrates Community Wellness

Jun. 1, 2012 / By
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A First 5 Riverside AmeriCorps volunteer helps a young girl place her handprint on the new mural at Coachella’s Bagdouma Park.

Student Changing Community Through Art

May. 14, 2012 / By
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By Alejandra Alarcon
Coachella Unincorporated

Coachella, Calif. — College of the Desert student Nancy Ramirez hopes to bring about change in her community by doing the thing she loves to do the most – create art...

Graffiti Artists Flourish in Richmond Underground

May. 13, 2012 / By
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News Feature, Edgardo Cervano-Soto

The spray-painted names of local artists unravel wildly on a wall in Richmond...

The History of Cuban Photography: A Personal Perspective

Jan. 30, 2012 / By
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The Long Beach-based Museum of Latin American Art President and C.E.O. Stuart A. Ashman will explore the history of Cuban Photography this coming Sunday, February 5 at 2 P.M. ..

90-Year-Old Latina Brings Art to Life and Life to Her Art

Jan. 6, 2012 / By
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Mundo Hispánico, News Report, Johanes Roselló, Translated by Suzanne Manneh,Posted: Jan 01, 2012

Gloria Patiño, 90, is shown with gift cards made from her artwork...