WE’RE OPEN: April 1, 2021
Following a year-long mandated closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are delighted to safely reopen the Long Beach Museum of Art and LBMA Downtown indoor galleries at 50% capacity. Visitors are required to wear a mask covering the nose and mouth at all times, and maintain a distance of at least six feet from others. Please review our COVID-19 protocols and procedures prior to your visit.
Advance tickets are required, including for LBMA Members to visit LBMA and LBMA Downtown. Reserve your tickets here.
In March 2020, the Long Beach Museum of Art celebrated 70 years of collecting, exhibiting and championing visual arts with two permanent collection shows: CA Designed 1955 and Decade by Decade: Women Artists of California. These exhibitions will continue on view through May 16, 2021. LBMA Downtown will open with works by Southern California women artists Christine Nguyen, Elyse Pignolet and Fran Siegel in Space as Presence, on view through June 13, 2021.
Claire’s at the Museum is reopen for outdoor dining by reservation only. Please take note of the restaurant’s new opening hours.
Vitality & Verve: In the Third Dimension
July 16, 2016 – October 16, 2016
V&V3D features immersive, multi-media installations by a select group of nationally and internationally renowned urban contemporary artists, ceramic artists and sculptors.
Craig ‘Skibs’ Barker • Susan Beiner • Rebekah Bogard Bumblebeelovesyou • Isaac Cordal • Patsy Cox • Ariel DeAndrea • Aaron De La Cruz • Sergio Garcia • Glazed Paradise (Mark Jenkins & Sandra Fernandez) • Andrew Hem • Kiel Johnson • Sarah Joncas • Jean Labourdette (aka Turf One) • Drew Leshko • Aaron Li-Hill • Troy Lovegates (aka Other) • Telmo Miel • Jaime Molina • Brendan Monroe • Luke O’Sullivan • Felipe Pantone • Erika Sanada • Slinkachu • Mark Dean Veca • Cinta Vidal • Hilary White • Ernest Zacharevic • Martha Cooper • Yoskay Yamamoto • Alex Yanes
In conjunction with the opening of the Vitality and Verve exhibition, the museum will also be hosting its famed LBMA After Dark on Friday, July 15 from 7 p.m. – 10 p.m. located on the museum campus. Admission is $15 for non-members.