Shared Science will be onsite at Rancho Los Cerritos for a Long Beach History and STEM ed Lesson, $12. This is a Student/Parent Visit. Alongside RLC educators, students will learn about early photography and make their own optical illusions. Then, alongside a Shared Science instructor, students will explore the process of stop-motion animation and create[…]
By Christa Weston internships, Job Opportunities, Uncategorized Aug 10, 2021
Rancho Los Cerritos is happy to provide internship opportunities to college students every semester. Meet our latest cohort of interns! Nikkita Lynch is the Getty Marrow Undergraduate Intern this summer in the curatorial department. Mostly, she has been working hard on an important project related to our recently digitized oral history recordings. These recordings will[…]
Shared Science will be onsite at Rancho Los Cerritos for a Long Beach History and STEM education Lesson. This is a student and parent visit. Guided by RLC educators, students will learn about stereoscopes and thaumatropes. Then, alongside a Shared Science instructor, students will create their own stop-action films (using iPads). This activity is designed[…]
Attendees may buy tickets at the door or online (online sales will end at 11:00 am on 7/14/19). Make real adobe bricks, plaster the horno, construct a mini-adobe home, compete in mud relay races, and much more — all while learning about Southern California’s rich history! Adobe is one of the oldest building materials on[…]
Join us for a series of special events connected to our latest exhibit, “Tevaaxa’nga (Te-vaah-ha-nga) to Today: Stories of the Tongva People.” In this workshop, Tongva artist Craig Torres will guide participants in creating traditional clapper stick instruments from elderberry bush branches. This workshop is recommended for adults and children ages 8 and up. About[…]
By Rancho Staff Events, Gardens, history, Upcoming Events May 06, 2019
“Say it with Flowers” has been a tag line used by florists since the early 1900s. But flowers have been used to express sentiments for centuries across multiple cultures. How did flowers come to form a “language” and who used it? Was it a universal language, or did different regions apply unique meanings specific to their culture? While[…]
Julia Bogany, a Tongva Tribal Councilmember, will lead a special workshop where children can make necklaces and learn a few Tongva words.
Enjoy an evening out and get in touch with your artistic side at Paint Night, where artist Ron Libbrecht will guide you as you create a unique watercolor painting inspired by RLC’s gardens.
Drawing on diaries, letters, publications, and biographies and combining theater, history, multimedia, audience interaction, and good old-fashioned story telling, She’s History! brings to life the true tales of fabulous females.
In this talk, Tongva archaeologist Desireé Martinez will discuss the Pimu Catalina Archaeology Project and their work developing chronologies of Native Peoples across Catalina Island.