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Bus Rider’s Memorial

Bus Rider’s Memorial

The Bus Rider’s Memorial by Rob Neilson is a blue geometric sculpture of a person walking carrying a tower of books that uses the three vibrant primary colors of yellow, blue, and red is up on a pedestal located in front of Homeland Cultural Center directly across the street from Mark Twain Libraray at the […]

Naughtical But Nice

Naughtical But Nice

This four-part sculpture installation titled Naughtical but Nice by artist Peter Shire is located at the cross streets of Anaheim and Cherry. The art style that Shire uses seems to reference Bauhaus, Futurism, Art Nouveau and Art Deco movements all in one. The larger structure stands next to a bus stop in front of the […]

Spread Good Vibes

Spread Good Vibes

Jason Keam is a local Long Beach artist and animator. He is a social media content animator for top production companies like Cartoon Network, Disney, Fox, etc. Last year he opened a pop-up creative studio in North Long Beach called The People’s Studio. The Studio created a space for locals to come and talk about […]

Unity Through the Strength of Diversity

Unity Through the Strength of Diversity

Tracy Negrete is a female, Hispanic artist based in Long Beach. Her passion is collaborating with and inspiring communities through art. Her personal work explores individual narrative as well as the significance of collective healing. She believes in the arts as a form of transformation healing and sees herself as a cultural worker for social […]

Homeland

Homeland

Born and raised in Long Beach, Jose Martinez is a graduate from the Art Institute of Phoenix where he received degrees in Visual Communication and Computer Animation. After graduation, Jose moved back to Long Beach and started his career with Homeland Cultural Center, where he started graphic design workshops,and the world famous Outdoor Urban Gallery […]

The Golden Boy

The Golden Boy

Long Beach painter and illustrator, Bodeck Luna Hernandez is interested in bridging the divide between childhood memories with the Digital Age. An immigrant from Manila, Philippines, Hernandez has been creating pieces that compound the sensory habit of replaying a distant visual memory while pixelating expired recollections. Exploring the relationship with both nostalgia and modern society’s […]