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Long Beach Field Trip, September 2015

First Stop: Bixby Knolls mural

Second stop: Downtown LB Mural

Third Stop: Lyons art store
 

Fourth Stop: Long Beach Museum of Art (Belmont Heights) 



Long Beach Museum of Art, Workshop


Fifth Stop:  MADE artisan market in Downtown Long Beach
 The owner of the shop was kind enough to speak to the students about "local economy"
Another local business person spoke to the students about how a local coffee shop operates

a local artist created this map of Long Beach, we saw lots of the city and had a ton of fun! Looking forward to our next trip, the Broad Museum in LA.

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