The Aquarium is hosting an exhibit of artwork from the Schmidt Ocean Institute’s Artist-at-Sea program through May 31, 2018.
The Aquarium’s 9th annual Photographers Night was held in October, and guests were invited to submit their work for an exclusive photo contest. Here are the winners.
The Aquarium of the Pacific hosted a special screening of Netflix’s First They Killed My Father giving local Cambodian residents the chance to speak with the film’s creators, Jolie and Ung.
Visual artists collaborated with climate scientists to create the artwork in this exhibition, including paintings and drawings, photography, sculpture, and mixed media installations.
The Aquarium has completed a new film produced in partnership with its Seafood for the Future program titled Perspectives on Marine Aquaculture in California and the U.S. A screening will be held on May 25 at the Aquarium.
The Aquarium has partnered with the ArtCenter College of Design in Pasadena, California, for nearly a decade. In 2016 the two partner institutions were awarded a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts to develop projects focusing on climate change and coastal resiliency.
The Aquarium’s 8th annual Photographers Night was held in October, and guests were invited to submit their work for an exclusive photo contest. Here are the winners.
These illustrations were created for the Horses and Dragons exhibits that opened in May to showcase the diversity of this family of fishes.
The Aquarium has been selected as a site for the 2016 POW! WOW! Long Beach festival, which brings world-renowned artists to the city to paint several murals over the course of one week in July.