In celebration of Long Beach Airport’s (LGB) 100th anniversary, the Arts Council for Long Beach has partnered with LGB, issuing a Call for Art for a three-story visual landmark commemorating the airport’s rich history and Long Beach’s vibrant future.
The temporary vinyl mural will be prominently displayed at the airport entrance to enhance Long Beach’s cultural landscape and greet all who choose to visit the city of Long Beach.
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.”
ArtsLB launches a Call for Artists to submit concepts for an art installation at the intersection of 15th & Chestnut to improve street safety, revitalize public space and make streets safer for children and youth who use the intersection every day.
Includes upcoming grant opportunities for local arts, culture and history nonprofits, professional artists and cultural .