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Re-Imagining The Future
The Hub Heritage, Culture & Art Gallery
January 22, 2011 08:00 PM PST
From their website: "Hub Gallery's paramount purpose is to enrich communities with art programs which provided positive perspectives of ethnic cultures and provide essential support to local artists. Whereas, Compton does not have an Art Gallery or Culture Center in the entire community which allows local artists to express, present and support their talents, the Hub Heritage, Culture & Art Gallery will become one of California's most vital and crucial cultural resources. The Hub Heritage, Culture & Art Gallery will be a vital and crucial crossroad in the community. When you purchase your art at Hub Gallery, you are giving life and vitality to the arts and providing essential support to the social fiber of our communities."
Imagine This Radio: January 14, 2011
January 14, 2011 11:01 PM PST
On this full edition of Imagine This Radio, a gallery and arts center is proposed for the City of Compton, Museum of Latin American Art prepares for its monthly celebration called En La Noche (At Night), we profile the organization 100 Black Men of Long Beach, and Mayor Bob Foster speaks bluntly about the State of the City.Long Beach Playhouse Gallery Presents...
January 19, 2011 06:22 PM PST
A BOLD MOVE, the work of artist Philip Smith at the Long Beach Playhouse Gallery
Artist reception and exhibition opening is Thursday, January 20 7-9 pm. Exhibition runs through March 5, 2011.MLK Celebration in Long Beach January 15, 2011
January 12, 2011 08:51 AM PST
Sixth District Councilman Dee Andrews talks to Imagine This Radio about the celebration January 15th to honor Martin Luther King Jr.
More details at http://www.longbeach.gov/district6/default.aspImagine This Radio: Mayor Bob Foster on the State of the City
January 11, 2011 08:00 PM PST
On Tuesday, January 11, 2011, Mayor Bob Foster gave his State of the City address. Imagine This Radio sat down with the Mayor in an exclusive interview to address some of the issues in his speech.
Imagine This Radio: The Week of January 3 2011
January 03, 2011 10:17 PM PST
Happy New Year. On this edition of Imagine This Radio, we showcase these encore segments:
• The Pacific Island Ethnic Art Museum
• Homeland Cultural Center
• Palacio Long Beach, a bilingual magazine
• Arts for LA, arts advocacy organization for LA County
Imagine This Radio: An Encore for the Week of December 27, 2010
December 27, 2010 07:20 PM PST
With the holidays upon us, we listen to some of our most recent interviews that still resonate:
• GreaterLongBeach.com Publisher Dave Wielenga talks up his new online journalism venture
• Arts Council for Long Beach Board Member Justin Hectus talks about the Council's Grant Program and the changes coming
• Erika De La Parra on The Business of Art
• Michelle Molina on Peacebuilders
Stay tuned for another encore show next Monday, January 3, 2011. Imagine This Radio will return with a fresh new show on Monday, January 10, 2011.
The Arts Live Because You Care!
December 21, 2010 07:47 PM PST
End the year on a high note by supporting your favorite nonprofit arts organization.
Imagine This Radio December 20, 2010
December 20, 2010 07:08 PM PST
On this edition of Imagine This Radio, the Long Beach Post 2010 Person of the Year Scott Jones. We attend his award celebration and conduct an exclusive one on one interview with him about his humble gratitude and the challenges ahead. Then, by popular demand, an encore for two arts segments from last week's show: the Downtown LA Art Walk and ReUnion2010, a group show at Utopia Good Food and Fine Art.The New Long Beach Playhouse
December 22, 2010 10:42 PM PST
Managing Director Lauren Morris of the Long Beach Playhouse talks the present and the future of the venerable and oldest theater group in the city.
Imagine This Sound&Vision minicasts are produced by The Creativity Network. We challenge ourselves and others to re-imagine the futures of our city, Long Beach, and its neighbors. Imagine This Radio includes a wide range of subjects in this challenge: Arts, Culture, Urban Design, Politics, Inter-Cultural interactions, and any topic that affects our urban life.
Antonio Pedro Ruiz is Executive Producer of ActionandSolutions.com which manages two entities, one non-profit, The Creativity Network, and the other a production company called Really Big Boom Productions. He earned his reputation as a seasoned executive producer specializing in live television events and large scale productions for over 16 years. As the former Executive Producer of Live Events for E! Networks, Antonio helped build a brand identity that has become a pop culture icon, the Red Carpet. He executive produced live coverage of award shows, including the Academy Awards, the Golden Globes, Grammys, Primetime Emmys, as well as live movie premieres and the ultimate icon “Fashion Police.”
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