LONG BEACH (CBSLA.com) — A new art exhibit at the Long Beach Museum of Art proves, once and for all, that it’s a dog’s life.
Thirteen different architects from around the world have lent their talents to a display of designed pieces for dogs to live, play and sleep in.
The exhibit is called “Architecture For Dogs,” and will stay on view through September 22.
Ron Nelson, the museum’s executive director, showed off one piece — made in Amsterdam — that is meant to rock back and forth. “They chose a beagle and the beagle really likes that activity,” says Nelson, “And the dog that goes inside that immediately rocks and rolls. It’s amazing to see them connect with it. It’s a great piece.”
The Long Beach Museum of Art is located at 2300 E. Ocean Boulevard, Long Beach.
Items in the exhibit range from $5 to $100 or more. There are also “Yappy Hours” on Thursdays at the museum’s outdoor patio.
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