Big Tank Community Group is The bridge between community groups and activists putting together fundraisers for children and artists that contribute to our mission. Our goal is to help all community groups to better themselves in completing small passionate projects geared towards improving our community through art ,activism and media in the greater Long Beach […]
Much of ThunderVoice Eagle’s motivation comes from his culture. ThunderVoice is of Navajo and Totonoc (from Mexico) decent; representing both sides of the border. Throughout the years his people have gone through significant changes due to the removal and assimilation process. Since that time it has been a battle to salvage parts of culture. His […]
Born in Phoenix, Arizona and raised in Long Beach, California, I began pursuing creative outlets at a young age. Frequent trips to museums, community art programs and even my Grandmother’s eclectic eye left a lasting impression on me. During High School my earliest jobs were with the Public Corporation for the Arts and the Museum […]
Whether it be murals or gallery pieces, I’d love to describe my artwork as a vessel or a time machine that takes the viewers backwards and forwards in time with me. Nostalgia is a heavy underlying theme from my childhood – contrasting socio-economic lifestyles of people I witnessed growing up in Tondo, Manila, vivid colors […]
I found out I was an artist just last year around November 2017, this November 2018 is my year deadline. Living 6 years with pain and depression led me to figure out what makes me happy and that is succulent art sculptures. I have two ideas I have made business plans for each. 1. Second […]
My work is concerned with the intersection of physical space and digital space and specifically, how they influence each other. At the center of my practice is an approach to object making that I call thought-object experiments. A thought-object experiment considers some hypothesis, theory, or principle for the purpose of making its consequences. The common […]
Julayne Lee is an adopted Asian American poet, artivist, producer, occasional blogger and Futbolista. Writing is a source of inspiration, community, liberation and survival for her. She has been published in Homeland Insecurities, a fundraiser for the APIA Spoken Word and Poetry Summit and the O.K.A.Y. (Overseas Korean Artists e-Yearbook), #5, the 2017 City of […]
DIY punk rock musician specializing in West Coast garage art. Influenced by lowbrow West Coast artists.