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Apply to our Microgrants Program

Apply to our Microgrants Program

The Arts Council for Long Beach is honored to support the community through our Microgrants Program. Anyone interested in hosting an arts related event or project in Long Beach may be eligible to receive funding up to $1,000 (per fiscal year). The next deadline is May...
Books & Buckets

Books & Buckets

SURVEY HERE Books & Buckets needs Washington Community Neighborhood’s Input! WHAT IS THE PROJECT ABOUT? A Washington Community Neighborhood Mural Project The Washington Neighborhood Basketball Court Mural Project is a collaborative effort between Washington...
2023 PAF Exhibition: Energy In Motion

2023 PAF Exhibition: Energy In Motion

The Arts Council for Long Beach presents the 2023 Professional Artist Fellows Exhibition: Energy In Motion. This is an exhibition that features the work of Arminé Iknadossian, Brandis Rodriguez, Emily Dyer, Eric Joseph Leffler, Gary...
In Memory of James Nash

In Memory of James Nash

A message from Gregory Johson, Arts Council for Long Beach Board President: As we entered into the holiday weekend, we learned of the passing of my colleague in the arts, James Nash. We served together on the board of directors at the Arts Council for Long Beach. He...
Stand with ArtsLB

Stand with ArtsLB

Today, in partnership with Elders Rising and Long Beach Historical Society, the Arts Council for Long Beach (ArtsLB) announced a new citywide public arts program, Rainbow Heroes. This groundbreaking initiative focuses on telling the stories of LGBTQIA+ Elders through interactive murals that will be placed in all nine (9) City Council Districts. The first honoree will be Dr. Angela Bowen.”

Impermanence: Stories of Rupture and Repair

Impermanence: Stories of Rupture and Repair

Join the Arts Council for Long Beach on Saturday, October 15, 2022, from 3 to 5 pm as we recognize the 2022 Professional Artist Fellows. Impermanence: Stories of Rupture and Repair is an exhibition that features the work of Jamil Austin, Ja’net...