Crowds gathered to see local artists and vendors showcase their handmade crafts at the Long Beach Patchwork Show.
Ceramist Emily Rose Casares builds life-sized work that showcases her innermost feelings and personal life experiences.
Long Beach resident Sabrina Rios expresses herself through her art business, Art by Bean.
In the alley of Cody Lusby’s home and studio in Rose Park, there is art hung and a mural of painted roses for the first weekend of the Long Beach Open Studio Tour.
Some CSULB students benefited from isolation while others had major drawbacks, but all were greatly affected.
LGBTQ+ artists take inspiration from their life experiences to depict personal and meaningful topics in their work.
Students enjoy a pleasant evening painting with their friends and listening to music while having drinks hosted by the USU.
Local fashion designers show off their collections in collaboration with Campus Couture at Long Beach State.
Dancers will return to the stage for a live performance of “Variance,” a BFA concert featuring performances choreographed by CSULB students and faculty.