Become a Member
When you become a Member at the Museum, you join a dynamic artistic community that celebrates the power of the creative process, the value of art education, and the importance of public access to art. Now more than ever, your membership will help the Museum continue to offer innovative and influential exhibitions, educational programs, and events. You will be helping to secure our vibrant future and fulfil our mission.
Allow our Special Events team to bring your vision to life! LBMA and LBMA Downtown are perfect for proposals, weddings, rehearsal dinners, receptions (cocktail and seated), meetings, luncheons, photoshoots and more.
Dine at Claire’s
Claire’s at the Museum is reopen for outdoor dining. The restaurant is excited to introduce Chef Michael Ryan, whose ten year culinary career includes the likes of Rustic Canyon, Bucato, Winsome and Faith & Flower in Los Angeles. Reservations are required. Parties are limited to 6 guests in accordance with CDC guidelines.
LBMA was awarded a 2019 Museums for America Grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) in the amount of $194,766 (Federal Award Number: MA-30-19-0515-19). Funding through the agency’s largest competitive federal grant program will enable the Museum to create and maintain digital assets focusing on the institution’s permanent collection of 271 women artists in all media, including wood, enamel, painting, sculpture, photography, and artist books. Learn more about the Illuminating Decades of Women Artists Project.
Documentary Screening: Style Wars
Friday, October 1 at LBMA
6 – 9pm | Register here
Grab your blankets and chairs and join us on the lawn for an outdoor screening of Style Wars directed by Tony Silver and produced by Tony Silver and Henry Chalfant. Artist, designer, and creative director Tristan Eaton will introduce the film. Capacity is limited; admission is donation-based. Please register using the link above.
“There are two pandemics we are simultaneously fighting at this very moment. One is a disease that started about 7 months ago and the other is a disease that has plagued this country for over 400 years.” – Steve Martinez
George Floyd’s plea, “I Can’t Breathe” has become synonymous with historical, systematic oppression that has plagued this country since its foundation. Thank you to Steve Martinez for this powerful statement of solidarity and need for change. Enough is enough. Read the Long Beach Museum of Art Foundation’s Equity and Inclusion Statement here.