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Long Beach Airport Public Arts Program

Long Beach Airport is committed to providing excellent services and facilities in an intelligent, eco-friendly, safe and efficient manner respectful of our employees, partners and the community that we serve, and to integrating the arts into the architecture, interior and grounds of our facilities.

Presenting a wide range of diversity in visual art, culture and entertainment, LGB’s arts programming enhances the customer experience by exhibiting artwork and presenting programs that engage travelers in innovative, thought-provoking, and memorable experiences.

Please view the galleries below for current exhibitions at Long Beach Airport.


“A Flight to History” Centennial Commemoration Mural

Long Beach Airport is commemorating its centennial year with the addition of a new public art installation. The large vinyl mural, "A Flight to History," by renowned Southern California-based artist Marconi, is now on display on the façade of one of the Airport’s parking structures. Smaller works by five runner-up artists will be displayed in a special post-security temporary exhibit planned for the North and South Concourses.


Able ARTS Work: CORE 2021

CORE 2021 is a collaborative body of work between local artists of all abilities and ABLE ARTS Work resident artists. The collection highlights the unique bonds formed through the artistic process. 



"Plane to See" Coloring Sheets

Long Beach Airport's aviation-themed coloring sheets produced by local artists make it “Plane to See” why LGB and its storied aviation history are so special.


Long Beach Airport Pandemic Art Exhibit - Essential Workers

We Got This: Art in the Time of the Pandemic Exhibit

A pandemic-themed art exhibition by local artists who are women, commissioned by a partnership between Long Beach Airport and the Arts Council for Long Beach, reflects uplifting and hopeful messages related to the COVID-19 pandemic.




Bob Senske Exhibit

The work of celebrated local artist, Robert Senske, Jr. is on display at various locations at Long Beach Airport. A fourth generation native of the city, Senske has been publishing his original acrylic paintings of Long Beach waterfront for over 35 years.