13jan12:00 pm6:00 pmDOWNTOWN ART WALK100 WEST BROADWAY

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The Downtown Long Beach Alliance (DLBA) is pleased to announce the return of the quarterly Downtown Art Walk, a collaboration between DLBA, Arts Council for Long Beach, DreamKreator Studios, Grey LB and Studio One Eleven. On January 13, the Art Walk will feature art exhibitions at locations throughout downtown, a silkscreening activity and giveaway, and dance performances. For full details on the Art Walk, visit the Downtown Long Beach Alliance website.

Upcoming 2024 dates:

  • Saturday, Jan. 13
  • Saturday, April 13
  • Saturday, July 13

The Art Walk will have three activation hubs, including at Mosaic (the Promenade between 3rd and 4th streets), the Long Beach Museum of Art Downtown (on the corner of 3rd Street and Elm Avenue), and the East Village Arts Park (located on Elm Avenue between Broadway and 1st Street).

All are encouraged to attend, support local artists, stop by the hubs and participating Downtown businesses, as well as the following exhibits:

Studio One Eleven launches “We Activate Our Cities” Initiative with “Counter:image” Exhibition at iconic Acres of Books Building in DTLB.

Embark on a captivating journey through Long Beach Museum of Art’s latest exhibition, “Living Spaces” by esteemed artist Tidawhitney Lek, a Long Beach native. This inaugural solo museum showcase transcends boundaries, intertwining family, culture, and history in a powerful narrative.

Hellada Gallery will host a reception from Noon to 9 PM for their two resident artists, Mark Morale and Steve Stein, whose works will be displayed during the Art Walk. Mr. Morale focuses on tactile art, creating vibrant, textured paintings exploring aquatic life’s beauty. Mr. Stein works through various mediums, including photography, computer-generated designs, ceramics, and colored pencils.

The Artist Village at Mosaic will feature artists, vendors, music and more.



(Saturday) 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm(GMT-08:00)



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