Posts Tagged as "Arts and Culture"

Jose Loza stands in front of three of his art pieces that are posted on a wall.

Flatline’s newest exhibit shows the impact the quarantine had on Long Beach and Jose Loza

Sep. 15, 2021 / By
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The quarantine only strengthened the connection that Jose Loza had between his art and activism in the city of Long Beach, inspiring him to make pieces about immigrants, family, and community.

At Manifest: Justice Exhibit, Life Reflects Art

May. 7, 2015 / By
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Need a heavy dose of Art meets Activism? Manifest: Justice gives you just that.

Local Queer Artists Shine At Feminist Spoken Word Tour

Apr. 14, 2015 / By
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The nationally touring spoken word showcase Sister Spit was equal parts rowdy, uplifting, and unyieldingly hilarious, as some of the best and zaniest LGBTQ artists shared their stories with an eager Long Beach crowd.

“Placas: The Most Dangerous Tattoo” To Show in LB

Apr. 9, 2015 / By
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Ricardo Salinas Of Culture Clash Headlines “Placas: The Most Dangerous Tattoo” In Long Beach, April 30-May 2, 2015

What: PLACAS is an original stage play of a Salvadoran immigrant who tries to reclaim his family after nine years of prison, while letting go of his gang banger past...

Music Review: Three International Artists To Watch in Long Beach

Oct. 24, 2014 / By
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In Long Beach, I can travel across the globe without ever having to leave my city. But above all of my Long Beach cultural lessons, what I hold close is the music. These three international musicians are my top picks for fresh and creative local music.

Creativity, Courage & Color At The Long Beach Comic Con

Oct. 17, 2014 / By

The sixth annual Long Beach Comic Convention brought out hundreds of comic enthusiasts to the Long Beach Convention Center on Sept. 12 &13.

Color Me Long Beach Focuses On Young, Urban Artists

Oct. 9, 2014 / By
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On Sept. 27, The Creativity Network, in partnership with Homeland Cultural Center, presented COLOR ME LONG BEACH, a celebration of multicultural urban arts and video representing the many communities that call Long Beach home.

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...

Film Screening & Discussion: Come Hell or High Water- The Battle for Turkey Creek

Apr. 17, 2014 / By
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Please join East Yard Communities for Environmental Justice for the free film premier and discussion of Come Hell or High Water: The Battle for Turkey Creek with film maker Leah Mahan...

Refugee Nation: Theatre Highlights Lao Refugee Stories in LB

Apr. 10, 2014 / By
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Last week, local artists featured “REFUGEE NATION: Lao Refugee Stories in the U.S,” the only play that has ever told true stories from the Lao community...

Refugee Nation: Lao Refugee Stories in the US

Mar. 23, 2014 / By
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Join Leilani Chan, Ova Saopeng and Litdet Viravong, the cast of Refugee Nation in Long Beach, CA for an open rehearsal as they prepare to go on tour to Minneapolis!..

Celebrating Latino Culture and Film in San Diego

Mar. 12, 2014 / By
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VoiceWaves producer Antonio Ruiz interviewed  San Diego Festival Executive Director / Founder Ethan van Thillo via phone about the event which is now in its 21st year...