'Beats, Curves, and Movement'
Looking for some flavor on a Saturday night? Look no further: renaissance man Josh Blue Eagle Cardinali-aka JBEC-offers up an eclectic mix of art, music, and models through his multimedia art show, “Beats, Curves, and Movement.” Located in the heart of Long Beach’s Art District at BauhausU, JBEC’s art exhibition pays homage to the female form, enhanced with live models mimicking the various stencil-art on display. His LB-based company, Stoney Eye Studios, caught the attention of guitar innovator Grover Jackson, who commissioned the musician/artist to paint an exclusive series of guitars, one of which is on display at this all-ages event. Musical performances by Rian Basilio and the Roosters, Doug Means Project, and a DJ set by JBEC himself culminate this artistically charged event.
Sat., March 30, 7 p.m., 2013
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