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Downtown Long Beach Art Walk: July 13, 2024

July 13

The DTLB Art Walk, the fourth in the quarterly series, will take place on Saturday, July 13, throughout Downtown Long Beach’s unique neighborhoods. All are encouraged to attend, support local artists, visit and shop at participating Downtown businesses, and explore the following exhibitions and activations on Saturday, July 13:

If you plan on riding your bike to DTLB Art Walk, there will be two bike valets where you can drop off your bike for free, courtesy of Pedal Movement, at the former Acres of Books Building (240 Long Beach Blvd.) and at Altar Society Brewing Co. (230 Pine Ave.).



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๐ŸŒŽ Spacetime Collaborative presents CONTINUUM (5 – 9 PM) ๐Ÿ“Former Acres of Books Building (240 Long Beach Blvd.)

An immersive experience of interactive exhibits, featuring photography, projection mapping, robotics, fashion, and AR. The exhibition kicks off with a transformative gong bath by Oracle Gong from 5 to 6 PM, followed by art, music, and exploration.


SPACE TIME COLLABORATIVE: The flier for Space Time Collaborative's upcoming art exhibit, "Continuum," at the former Acres of Books building in DTLB on Saturday, July 13.


๐ŸŽจArtist Village (2 – 7 PM) ย ๐Ÿ“Grey LB 237 Long Beach Blvd.

Artist Village will serve as the vibrant hub of the Art Walk, showcasing a diverse range of artworks from local artists!ย 




๐ŸŒšSummer of UBEย (1 – 8 PM)ย  ๐Ÿ“1st St. between Linden and Elm

Ube Fest is an exciting celebration of the vibrant flavors and culture surrounding Ube! Taking place in the East Village Arts District, this festival will feature an array of ube-inspired dishes, desserts, and beverages from local vendors.






๐ŸŽฅ Chris Eckert: Overloadย (5 – 9 PM)๐Ÿ“LBMA Downtown 356 E 3rd St.

The Long Beach Museum of Art is excited to present “Chris Eckert: Overload,” an exhibition running from July 13 to October 6, 2024, at LBMA Downtown. Artist Chris Eckert’s large-scale installations, both inside and outside the museum, use machinery to explore themes of surveillance, control, privacy, and misinformation.



๐Ÿ‘ฉโ€๐ŸŽจ2nd Saturday Art Walk (4 – 9:30 PM) ๐Ÿ“ Hellada Art Gallery (117 Linden Ave. )

Hellada Art Gallery will feature live music, a film screening, art exhibition, artwork booths, snacks and refreshments.

๐Ÿ‘ฉโ€๐ŸŽจ Art by Nadine Ali (2 – 4 PM) ๐Ÿ“East Village Cafe (443 E. 1st St.)

Stop by East Village Cafe and check out the work of artist Nadine Ali.

๐ŸŽŠJ Graphix Studioโ€™s 9-year Anniversary Party (2 – 10 PM) ๐Ÿ“ 404 E 3rd St.

Celebrate the 9-year anniversary of J Graphix with their hard-working team! The celebration will feature tattoo artists, food and beverage vendors, candles, clothing, artists, and more!



๐ŸงŸTiny Terrors 7th Annual Group Show (6 – 9 PM) ๐Ÿ“Dark Art Emporium Gallery & Oddities (427 E. 1st St.)

Dark Art Emporium is back at it with their first show since moving to their new location in the East Village Arts District! Featuring the works of over 70 artists from all over the world, each piece is tiny and under 10″ x 10″.

๐ŸŽถHouse Music on Vinyl by Juan Santooz & Dakin Auret๐Ÿ“ Foot Work Records (400 E. 3rd St.)

Visit Downtown’s newest record shop, Foot Work Records, check out some works by local artists and dance to House music on vinyl throughout the evening.

๐Ÿ™Œ Pottery Market + $20 Paint-a-Planter ๐Ÿ“ Clay on First Pottery Studio / Cone 11 Studio (406 E. 1st St.)

Clay on First Pottery Studio and Cone 11 Studio are joining forces for DTLB Art Walk with a pottery market featuring 30 to 40 artists, as well as $20 paint-a-planter classes inside. They’ll also have free mini pottery lessons out front, with 25% off all pottery classes (must purchase classes in person on July 13 during DTLB Art Walk to receive discount).



๐Ÿฃย Art & Accessories by @frankyshandmade (3 – 7 PM) ๐Ÿ“Sushi Mafia (649 E. Broadway)

Stop by Sushi Mafia for some sushi, and check out a variety of handmade art and accessories by Long Beach artist Franky!

๐ŸŽจ Art Beyond Skin Exhibit (2 – 6 PM) ๐Ÿ“ Paper Crane Studio (530 E. Broadway)

Visit Paper Crane Studio and check out the intricate works of art by industry-leading tattoo artists.

๐Ÿ’ช Art by Michele Rene & Michael Biagiotti (12 – 6 PM)๐Ÿ“ Fitness Identity Training (256 Elm Ave.)

Check out Fitness Identity Training’s personal training studio and services, while taking in the art of Michele Rene & Michael Biagiotti!

๐ŸŽถ The Mix Up: All Vinyl DJs, Live Art, and Art Showcase (1 to 8 PM) Record Box ๐Ÿ“ (324 Elm Ave.)

The Record Box will feature All Vinyl DJs curated by Girls on Wax, with Live Art & and Open Gallery provided by Miss Lestrange Art and an Art Showcase, “Abstract Horizons: Bridging Cultures,” featuring works by Ketty Chavez & RobCollage.

๐ŸŽจ Art by Kacie Lyn Martinez (3 – 7 PM) ๐Ÿ“ Ethikli (352 E. 4th St.)

Check out the artwork of Kacie Lyn Martinez (@kacielynm) at Ethikli Sustainable Market & Vegan Grocery.

๐ŸŽจ blu Prints Galleryย (4 to 9 PM) ๐Ÿ“ blu Prints Gallery (300 E. 4th St., Unit 104)

Stop by blu Prints Gallery, which will be featuring the works of local and international artists Nick Batzdorf, Mike Overlin, Alex Haig, Carlos Torres, Terry Fouche, Jac’qui Butler, and Francisco Rogido. Come meet the artists, enjoy the East Village and experience some amazing art.

The gallery will be exhibiting a preview of the work of Nick Batzdorf during DTLB Art Walk, and will continue the full exhibit over the following two weeks.



๐Ÿ’†โ€โ™€๏ธManiFEST Neighborhood NPNA Block Party (4 – 7 PM) ๐Ÿ“ Molina Healthcare Building Parking Lot (604 Pine Ave.)

A FREE neighborhood โ€˜Block Partyโ€™ that centers around mental health and wellness in the North Pine neighborhood area, specifically areas of North Pine neighborhood between 6th Street and Anaheim from Pacific to Long Beach Blvd. There will be: DJ and Long Beach performers, Meditation practitioners, a childrenโ€™s interactive art project and a raffle + more!





The Promenade will be alive with art activations at Raven & the Wolves Tattoo, The Ordinaire Tavern, Intertrend, and more!

๐ŸŽฌThe Genius of Place: The Life and Work of Geoffrey Bawa, Sri Lankaโ€™s Premier Architect (4 – 6 PM)ย  ๐Ÿ“ Studio One Eleven 245 E 3rd St.ย 

Join Studio One Eleven in collaboration with the LA Design Festivalโ€™s Docos on Design Series at the Downtown Long Beach ArtWalk for an exclusive screening of the 2023 film celebrating the legendary Sri Lankan architect, Geoffrey Bawa. Directed by Afdhel Aziz and co-created by Paul Vu, this film offers an intimate exploration of Bawaโ€™s iconic works, highlighting his profound influence on modern architecture in South Asia. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion led by Studio One Eleven Urban Design Director Shruti Shankar, featuring co-director and editor Paul Vu and architect, Gerhard Mayer, who worked with Bawa in his early career. Gain insight into Bawaโ€™s creative process and the spiritual energy that infused his designs, as well as the filmmaking journey behind โ€œThe Genius of the Place.โ€


The Genius of Place:


๐ŸŽจGroup Art Show (6 – 9 PM)๐Ÿ“ ISM Brewing & Kitchen (210 E. 3rd St.)

Stop by ISM Brewing & Kitchen on the Promenade and check out works of art by local artists Dave Van Patten, James Carey, and Kashira Edghill. DJ Jasper Cordon (@jasperxcordon), a student at Renaissance High School for the Arts, will be spinning and scratching records.

๐ŸŽจWhile West (2 – 11 PM)๐Ÿ“Altar Society (230 Pine Ave.)ย 

The upcoming art show While West, co-organized by Hunnibuzz, celebrates the city’s diversity with over 45 artists and five musical acts. Held at Altar Society, Long Beach’s oldest building, the event will feature a pop-up gallery showcasing both contemporary and traditional art forms that reflect the vibrant culture of our community. While West serves as a tribute to the abundant talent among us, affirming Long Beach’s rightful place on the artistic map.




๐ŸŽจ The Raven & The Wolves Open House (12 – 7 PM)๐Ÿ“212 The Promenade N.

Stop in and enjoy the fine art at The Raven & The Wolves gallery! Their open floor plan is a hidden gem atop the local watering hole, The Ordinarie. Enjoy sparkling bevs and snacks while taking in the art of Raven’s 12 high caliber tattoo artists and fine art from artists around the globe.

๐ŸŽถ Be Here Now presents Dear Long Beach (7 – 11:30 PM)๐Ÿ“Grey LB, (237 Long Beach Blvd.)

Only DTLB can serve up amazing local art and music like this! Dear Long Beach, happening Saturday July 13 at Grey LB, 237 Long Beach Blvd. from 7 to 11:30 PM, features an eclectic, fantastic live music lineup, along with installations by three superb local artists. Click here to get details on the outstanding talent participating in this 18+ event.ย 


Dear Long Beach:


๐Ÿ‘ฉโ€๐ŸŽจ Inkwell Long Beach featuring Dave Van Pattenย  (4 – 7 PM) ๐Ÿ“Inkwell (201 The Promenade N)

Dave Van Patten art display including Inkwell mural renderings in the leasing office. DJ and cocktails to be provided.

๐ŸŽจ Shades of Joyย (6 – 9 PM) ๐Ÿ“ Loiter Galleries (425 The Promenade N.)

Shades of Joy features the works of eight artists from Los Ruano Gallery. The eight artists are featuring works in various mediums, from acrylic and neon and black light paints, to Styrofoam, dioramas, and hand cut wood.


Shades of Joy:


๐Ÿพ Dog Paw Paint Workshop at Muse Lab (4 – 7 PM) ๐Ÿ“ RDC-Studio One Eleven (245 E. 3rd St.)

Visit the Muse Lab to celebrate the bond between humans and their furry companions through art with a Dog Paw Paint Workshop. Participants will have the opportunity to create stunning floral paintings using an unconventional yet heartwarming technique: incorporating their dog’s paw prints. Attendees will receive guidance from talented artist Vanessa Reyes @nillareyes, ensuring each paw print becomes a unique brushstroke masterpiece.

All necessary materials, including non-toxic, pet-safe paints and canvases, will be provided, guaranteeing a hassle-free and enjoyable painting experience for both humans and their canine companions. Guests will finish the workshop with Muse Pet Ritual Botanical Pet-Care, an aromatherapeutic + essential oil infused pet spray for their furry ones and enjoy dog treats from @sourdogtreat.

*As a reminder please make sure that your furry companion is socially friendly. This event will include other pets, children, and large crowds. Dogs must be leashed, and dog owners must be able to maintain control over their pups at all times.ย 


Dog Paw Paint Workshop at Muse Lab:


๐Ÿบ Beachwood Brewing’s 13th Anniversary Celebration (12 -9 PM) ๐Ÿ“ Beachwood Blendery (247 Long Beach Blvd.)

Beachwood invites you to join the celebration of their 13 years of brewing magic. Prepare for a day filled with exciting activities, new brews, and tons of fun across all five Beachwood locations. Each spot is bringing something unique to the table, so donโ€™t miss out! Special event highlights include a gift giveaway, “Hyperspeed” t-shirts, and more!

Introducing Hyperspeed IPA: To mark this epic occasion, Beachwood is unleashing its latest creation, Hyperspeed IPA, available in cans and on draft. This resin-saturated West Coast IPA is a hop lover’s dream, bursting with Mosaic 702, Mosaic Cryo, Mosaic, Strata CGX, and HBC-586 hops. With Extra Pale Pilsner Malt, this brew boasts a 7.1% ABV and 65 IBUs.

Special Sour Beer Releases: Available only at Beachwood Brewing & Blendery Downtown Long Beach Taproom


Beachwood’s 13th Anniversary:


Photographer @juan.visuals (1 – 7 PM) ๐Ÿ“ The Ordinarie Tavern (210 The Promenade N)

Check out the works of local photographer Juan while enjoying a bev at The Ordinarie Tavern on the Promenade.


๐ŸŽถHedwig and the Angry Inch (8 PM) ๐Ÿ“The Garage Theatre (251 E. 7th St.)

Hedwig & the Angry Inch will be gracing the Garage stage this July for their first full-length Long Beach run! See the show on July 13 at 8 PM, or throughout the weekend. Purchase tickets here.


Hedwig and the Angry Inch:


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200 Pine Ave # 250
Long Beach, CA 90802 United States
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