The Port of Long Beach presents its annual PHOTOGALLERY, presented in partnership with the Arts Council for Long Beach. The Port shared photographic techniques and gave local professionals and amateurs a chance to apply them on a special harbor tour. The best of these images, highlighting the hidden beauty of an industrial port, form a curated exhibition at the Museum of Latin American Art.
The photographs will be featured in The Port to Learning, Port of Long Beach Education Gallery, a partnership between the Port of Long Beach and MOLAA that hosts exhibits featuring art produced by the local community and students. The exhibition will be on view to the public Oct. 2-30, 2016 in conjunction with October is Arts Month.
Museum of Latin American Art
628 Alamitos Avenue
Long Beach, CA 90802
Museum Hours (Gallery available for viewing Oct. 2-30, 2016)
Wed, Thu, Sat and Sun 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Friday (extended hours) 11:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
MOLAA offers free admission on Sundays!
A winner was chosen in each of the following categories with one being chosen as the overall winner.
Christine Smith, Rush
Interpretation of Green | How do you interpret green?
Heather Leyse, Night Shift
Humans & Machine | In what ways does machine help man?
Aydin Palabiyikoglu, Future Rising (Overall Winner)
Port of the Future | Identifying efficiency and looking forward.
You can view the rest of the photographs that are featured in the gallery here.
The Port invites you to help decide the fourth winner! During the month of October, make sure to vote for your favorite photo in the gallery. The “Fan Favorite” will be announced in early November.