Loft Beats Relocates to DBA256
We are very happy to announce the new home of Loft Beats. Our Loft Beats shows will be held at DBA256 and will feature receptions on artwalk nights (every 2nd Saturday) from 4pm til 8pm. Each month we will have shows open to the public and invite all artist of all skill levels to submit artwork. This new series of artshows at DBA256 will be managed and curated by Janira Hernandez. A former long time intern for Loft Beats. For more information on the next show and to submit artwork click the Upcoming Shows tab above or CLICK HERE.
loft Beats Gallery Closing it's doors
We sadly announce the closing our loft/gallery in Downtown Pomona. Sat March 14th will be our last showing of art and we are inviting all past artists to hang art one last time. 6 years of back to back shows has been amazing and we'd like to thank all of you who have supported or been a part of the magic. This by no means is the end of Loft Beats as an active entity in the arts and culture scene. We are currently looking to open a new showroom in Upland CA and have other galleries and venues we still provide with art and music. As it's been since day 1, we will continue our missino to provide shows and opportunities for artists of all genres and mediums. Our site will be simplified for a few weeks. We will relaunch again soon with information on our new location, open calls, and relevant arts and culture events in the Inland Empire.
February at Loft Beats
This Saturday the 14th, The entire Pomona Arts Colony is going for the love theme! Loft Beats will feature 3 special guest artists, live music, spoken word and some surprise guests. The loft will be open to the public from 6pm to 10pm.
From 5-6 We are having a special sale of used frames and canvases. Nothing over $10!!
2014 Mindclouder Recap
Thank you to everyone who came out to this years Mindclouder!
Erns of Loft Beats Interviewed by 30MilesEast.com
A great interview for those who want to know more about the art of Erns Valdez, the history or Loft Beats, his time as President of The Pomona Arts Colony and his future outlook for the Pomona Arts Colony. To read the full article CLICK HERE