In The News

Long Beach artist draws from experience as farmworker

September 11, 2019

Martinez’s canvas is discarded produce boxes stacked upon a palette. At first glance, it might look like a delivery waiting to be unloaded. Take a closer look and you’ll see intimate vignettes of farm workers.

Read the full article on Narsiso Martinez and LBMA Dowtown from ABC 7

 

Long Beach Museum of Art Reopens Downtown Location

September 9, 2019

Read the full article on LBMA Downtown, the Museum’s downtown galleries and artist studios from the Long Beach Press Telegram

 

LBMA Downtown: Yes, it’s open

September 8, 2019

LBMA Downtown is open! Read the full article from the Long Beach Post

 

PODCAST: Toxic Toast, LB Museum of Art and making/keeping Downtown relevant

September 5, 2019

Asia Morris and Steve Lowery interview LBMA Executive Director, Ronald C. Nelson about LBMA Downtown, the Museum’s new downtown galleries and artist studios. Listen here on The Hi Lo

 

Long Beach Museum Of Art Presents Professor’s Art

March 28, 2019

Read the full article from the Grunion Gazette

 

EYE ON ART: A Growing Installation At Long Beach Museum Of Art

March 1, 2019

Read the full feature on Patrick Dougherty’s installation from the Grunion Gazette

 

Massive willow sculpture at Long Beach museum takes shape

February 28, 2019

Read the full feature from the Long Beach Post

 
 

Oaxaca-born artist paints life in the fields in first solo exhibition at Long Beach museum

November 18, 2018

Read the full feature on artist Narsiso Martinez from the Long Beach Post

 
 
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COVID-19 Update: Temporary Closure

The Long Beach Museum of Art, including LBMA Downtown and Claire’s at the Museum will temporarily close to the public, effective this Thursday, March 19.

The closure is a proactive measure to protect the health of the Museum’s visitors, staff, volunteers, and neighbors in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19).

We will continue to provide inspiring creative content online, so please continue to stay in touch and follow along on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. LBMA will continue to work with the city of Long Beach to monitor the situation and will notify you immediately of any updates.

We look forward to welcoming you back to the Long Beach Museum of Art at the earliest safe opportunity.