The Photo Exchange

5th Biennial Mid-City Studio Tour of Long Beach

Posted in Photograph Exhibits, Photographers, Photography by Jim McKinniss on April 13, 2011

 

The tour will be on Saturday June 4, 2011 and Sunday June 5, 2011. There will be a show preview “From East to West” May 14 – May 31, 2011.

Opening Reception is May 14 from 7 – 9 pm.

Greenly Art Space

2698 Junipero Ave. #113

Signal Hill, CA 90755

www.greenlyartspace.com

 

Long Beach, CA—Long Beach artists will open their studios on Saturday and Sunday, June 4th and 5th, 2011 from 11 AM to 5 PM. The public is invited to see a diverse range of art works, including paintings, mixed media constructions, handmade artists’ books, prints, photographs, and jewelry.

The free event is called The Mid-City Studio Tour because of the neighborhood locations of the artists’ studios within Long Beach. This fifth biennial program celebrates the vital visual artist community in this city. Sue Ann Robinson, known nationally for her innovative, handmade artist’s books, comments, “There are many wonderful, creative artists in this area who outnumber the arts venues available to present work to the public. The Mid-City Studio Tour provides a special opportunity to see artists’ environments and processes.”

Invitations and maps for this self-guided studio tour are available before the event at Greenly Art Space (2698 Junipero Avenue #113 in Signal Hill), Long Beach Museum of Art (2300 E. Ocean Blvd., Long Beach 90803), Free Spirit Yoga (3910 Atlantic Ave, Long Beach 90807), Arts  Council for Long Beach (110 Pine Avenue, Long Beach 90802), Utopia (445 E 1st St Long Beach, CA 90802), and various It’s a Grind coffee houses in the mid-city area.

Please visit our website for images, more information about the artists, and the tour map.

The Mid-City Studio Tour is sponsored by Arts Council for Long Beach and It’s a Grind coffee houses in the mid-city area.

 

CONTACT:  Gail Werner/Slater Barron

562-508-5282/562-426-3801

gail_werner@juno.com/slaterbarron2@yahoo.com

This show features photography, painting, ceramics, and other meida

 

By Jim McKinniss

 

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