Cultural Arts invites public to dedication of temporary sculpture installation on March 7

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Photos courtesy of City of Laguna Beach

“Dream Big” by Elizabeth Laul Healey

–Thursday, March 7, 5 p.m.

Dream Big Public Art Dedication

The Arts Commission invites the public to attend the dedication of the temporary sculpture installation Dream Big by Elizabeth Laul Healey on Thursday, March 7 at 5 p.m. at City Hall, 505 Forest Ave. The sculpture will be installed on the front lawn at City Hall and be on display March through May 2024.

Sunset Serenades Artwork

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“Sunset Beats” by Kimberly Duran

Kimberly Duran’s design was selected by the Arts Commission for the Sunset Serenades Promotional Artwork competition. The 2024 Sunset Serenades concert season starts the first Friday in May.

This program is funded by the lodging establishments and city of Laguna Beach.

Year in Review

The Arts Commission and Cultural Arts review their 2023 accomplishments. To view, click here.

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2023 banner by Tatyana Zen

Banner Competition

Deadline: March 4

Honorarium: $4,000

Watch the new “Artist Perspective” video (click here) featuring local artist Al Esquerra sharing his best practices for the City of Laguna Beach annual Outdoor Banner Competition. The Arts Commission is also accepting design submissions for the 2024 Banner Competition. You can participate and be a part of Laguna Beach’s artistic community by applying today.

Open to residents of Orange County, 18 years of age or older. The completed banners are displayed on lampposts throughout the city of Laguna Beach during June, July and August and celebrate the summer season.

This program is funded by the lodging establishments and city of Laguna Beach.

Click here for the 2024 Banner Competition program guidelines. The deadline to apply is March 4.

Art That’s Small at City Hall

Deadline: March 9

1st – $600 | 2nd – $300 | 3rd – $150

The Arts Commission invites artists to participate in their temporary public art and exhibitions opportunities.

These programs are funded by the lodging establishments and City of Laguna Beach.

Public Art Ordinance & Policy

The City of Laguna Beach Arts Commission will present its concept and recommendations for policies for public art to the City Council on February 27. The purpose of the report is to provide a consolidated and updated set of policies that could become a comprehensive program guideline available online for all artists, stakeholders and the public.

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