Arts Education


Long Beach Symphony: Songs of Hope

Long Beach Symphony: Songs of Hope

Songs of Hope will present the Violins in their final Southern California performance with an intimate chamber concert at the historic First Congregational Church of Long Beach under the baton of Maestro Eckart Preu. An ensemble of players from the Long Beach Symphony...
Long Beach Symphony: Violins of Hope

Long Beach Symphony: Violins of Hope

Violins of Hope – Music in remembrance of the Holocaust victims, played on instruments that were once played in the concentration camps. Includes Verdi’s incomparable Requiem, a/k/a the Defiant Requiem. Eckart Preu, Conductor | Niv Ashkenazi, Violin Dina Kuznetsova,...
Long Beach Symphony: Stories of Hope

Long Beach Symphony: Stories of Hope

Stories of Hope launches the Violins of Hope week with an intimate performance at the Aquarium of the Pacific’s new Honda Pacific Visions Theater (limited to 300 seats.) This mixed-media presentation will feature Dr. James Grymes, author of the book Violins of Hope,...
Expressions: Open Mic Night at East Village Arts Park

Expressions: Open Mic Night at East Village Arts Park

Beautifully Ethnic Presents Expressions is an open mic event for the family. The community will gather at The East Village Arts Park for all to share their gifts through storytelling, dance, music, and poetry. Doors open at 6pm. Come check out local artist and vendors...
Robo-Tech Fest Long Beach 2020

Robo-Tech Fest Long Beach 2020

In celebration of National Robotics Week, Shared Science hosts its 8th annual Robo-Tech Festival. Families are welcome to explore a variety of workshops designed to peak the interests of those of all ages. Created with the next generation of innovators in mind,...
Nature Illustration Workshop

Nature Illustration Workshop

Nature Illustration This Saturday is the native plant workshop and volunteer opportunity at Willow Springs Park. Join guest instructor Jose M. Loza who will introduce students to drawing and painting nature observations. The workshop will introduce students on how to...
The Art of Movement: What Makes a Story?

The Art of Movement: What Makes a Story?

Award-winning artist and filmmaker, Quique Rivera, will be at MOLAA on Sunday, January 26! Spend your evening with Chief Curator Gabriela Urtiaga and Quique as they discuss his current exhibition, Floating Timeline. Join the conversation and ask any questions you may...
MOLAA Docent Mix & Mingle

MOLAA Docent Mix & Mingle

The Museum of Latin American Art is looking for new volunteers to join the Museum’s Docent Program. MOLAA Docents bring life to the museum galleries through interactive tours and meaningful experiences for students, families and visitors of all ages and backgrounds....
DreamOut January: The Future Is Now

DreamOut January: The Future Is Now

DreamOut People’s Project is a customized workshop that blends oral history, creative writing and visual art for the purpose of community building. At the end of the workshop, participants will walk away with an “Individualized Dream Plan” and a...
(be)longing

(be)longing

(Be)longing is an exhibit to raise the consciousness of Oceania and her people. Experience the Museum’s collection through the community narrative. For the exhibit duration, artists & cultural practitioners of Oceania ancestry will be given the opportunity to...