Building upon the foundation of its inaugural edition, the latest iteration of the exhibition features bold and vibrant works, reflecting a wide range of Chicana/o/x experiences. Depicting physical neighborhoods, social gatherings, and critical events, the exhibition reveals a phenomenon that Marin refers to as “news from the front.” In line with the museum’s deep commitment to continue growing the collection, the exhibition features some newly acquired works to The Cheech Center Collection from other donors, while keeping many of the notable, historical works that have drawn people from across the country to The Cheech in its inaugural year.
Adults – $15.95, Students and Seniors – $10.95, Children (3–12) – Free
Purchase your admission ticket in advance to gain entry into both the museum and the center. Admission is timed and capacity is limited. Tickets are nonrefundable, however, they are able to reschedule tickets at your request.
Starting over 50 years ago, the Kinsey’s have been on a journey of collecting fine art and primary source historical objects that document the African American experience and illuminate the untold stories of Black Excellence throughout U.S. history. The exhibition focuses on the lives, accomplishments, and brilliance of African Americans from the 16th century through the years of slavery and emancipation to the civil rights movement and modern-day.
“My upcoming exhibition at Ave 50 Studio ‘Walking Echos’ consists of four mixed media series primarily with beads as a material. The bead series focuses on my formal concerns of pattern, repetition, and lines in space. The beaded gourd series which began over twenty years ago during a visit to my family home in Arizona. While in Arizona I purchased the dried gourds and began adhering strings of beads to them. The zipper tab series began in 2009 when I…
There’s nothing more festive than holiday lights throughout the 10-acre Burton Chace Park. The spectacular display of sparkling lights and decor will take place every night throughout December. Enjoy a seaside stroll under the holiday lights. Bring a hot cup of cocoa or pick up food from nearby restaurants.
December 2 @ 5:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Descanso Gardens, 1418 Descanso Drive La Cañada Flintridge,
Enchanted is a one-mile, nighttime walk through distinct lighting displays. Some of the displays are interactive and invite participation, while some are merely there to be observed and enjoyed. Food and beverage options abound at Enchanted! Grab a quick bite, a hot chocolate or an adult beverage within the Enchanted experience.
One of the biggest parades of the year in Long Beach is the Belmont Shore Christmas Parade. Families line up along 2nd Street for a seat for the best viewing of the night-time event that includes Santa Claus, plenty of elves, colorful bands, costumes, floats, and surprises. Over a dozen local marching bands, 100 entries, floats designed by Long Beach businesses and associations, marching bands, and local personalities and dignitaries, all make this the hometown favorite to get you…
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