Long Beach Heritage is a nonprofit education and advocacy group promoting public knowledge and preservation of significant historical and architectural resources, neighborhoods, and the cultural heritage of Long Beach.

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 Long Beach Heritage for   A GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING   Sunday, February 1, 2015 2:00 to 4:00   California State University, Long Beach University Art Museum

Sunday, February 1, 2015

2:00 to 4:00pm

California State University, Long Beach University Art Museum

The Art Museum curatorial staff will present a multimedia show about the history of the California International Sculpture Symposium that took place on the campus in 1965 and resulted in the installation of nine monumental modern pieces which remain on site.

The art museum is newly renovated and will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Sculpture Gardens in the fall of 2015. The exhibit, "Far Sited", explores the Sculpture Symposium and the recent conservation of the art works, supported by the Getty Institute. 

Maps for self-guided tours of the sculptures will be available as will a brief walking tour for those interested. 

Also currently on view at the University Art Museum are "A Better Nectar" by Jessica Rath, a group show entitled "Consumed", and "MOCA 8" from the permanent collection.

The lecture and exhibitions promise to provide an exciting and informative program. There is no charge for this meeting and guests are welcome but please call 562-493-7019 or emailThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to let us know you will be attending so that we can plan refreshments and seating. 

PARKING: In Parking Structure 1. Purchase a parking pass for $5 at one of the yellow kiosks located in all CSULB lots and display it on your dashboard. 

Enter the campus from Atherton Blvd. on Merriam Way. Parking Structure 1 is directly adjacent to the Pyramid and you should park as close as possible to the south end of the building. Exit the parking structure on the east side and walk south toward the University Art Museum, which will be on your left opposite the College of Business. This is about a one block walk. If walking is difficult for you, let us know ahead of time and we will arrange transportation.


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