An intimate art exhibit featuring street art created in the essence of protest
In the wake of the murder of George Floyd, Long Beach business owners boarded their storefronts with plywood to protect from possible damage.
In an outpouring of love, artists converged on the plywood panels to paint exquisite creative expressions of peace, unity and social justice. These are called the protest panels
We have been busy assembling the massive amounts of plywood, crafting and building them into art displays. What we have is an intimate exhibit of these distinctive examples of street art. Art expressions borne out of social upheaval and humanitarian outrage.
Gallery Info and Hours of Operation
what: Long Beach Rising: Murals of the Movement
When: Tuesday thru Sundays; 11am – 7pm
Where: DreamKreator Arts Annex, 255 E. 4th Street, Long Beach, CA 90802
Free Admission Tickets: http://www.bit.ly/longbeachrising
The DreamKreator Arts Annex is a “pop[up” art space located in the City Place Shopping District in Downtown Long Beach. We are proud to host a space that will share hi-end, innovative arts experiences for the community through December. In addition yto our current and future exhibits, we will also make the space available to community organizations for meetings and events.