Long Beach Public Library Foundation

What’s happening in The Studio in March

The Studios are community workspaces where people can meet, socialize, innovate, and collaborate using technology and resources. There are currently two permanent spaces – The Studio inside the Billie Jean King Main Library and The Learning Lab at the Michelle Obama library, plus a mobile Studio available at all 12 LBPL branch locations on a rotating monthly schedule.

Your generous donations help make these programs possible. Learn how you can become a donor.

Check out this month’s Studio events and workshops:

A design thinking workshop series specifically for 7th and 8th graders! Do you know of a middle schooler interested in creative thinking and problem-solving? Do they love collaborating and working with others to come up with a unique solution to a challenge? This series is for them! In 10 weeks they will learn new strategies to designing a life that inspires them.

The Studio is made possible by the Long Beach Public Library Foundation through grants from the Rudolph J. and Daphne A. Munzer Foundation, the Josephine S. Gumbiner Foundation, the Earl B. and Loraine H. Miller Foundation, Edison International, and more.

The Mobile Studio is made possible by the Long Beach Public Library Foundation through grants from Marathon Petroleum Corporation, the LGA Family Foundation, and the California Resources Corporation.