Laserfiche is beautifying our corporate headquarters by showcasing original artwork from Long Beach-local artists. In partnership with the Bixby Knolls Business Improvement Association (BKBIA), we’re thrilled to work with artists to commission and showcase six original murals; five inside the Laserfiche building and one public facing piece on the exterior wall of the parking structure.

Who: Long Beach-based artists, designers and creators
What: A series of murals inspired by the theme “Humanity in the Age of Technology”
When: Apply through June 18, 2018
Where: Laserfiche’s headquarters in Long Beach, CA
Why: To support local artists and shape the neighborhood’s visual experience

Apply today.

Humanity in the Age of Technology

The theme of this initiative, Humanity in the Age of Technology, aims to reflect our core strengths as an organization. Laserfiche’s content services solutions enable organizations to improve their productivity and efficiency by digitizing their workplace. Enterprise content management software streamlines business processes, so employees can spend more time on work that matters. We want the artwork on our walls to reflect the idea that the human touch is not replaced by technology, but instead enhanced by it.

“Laserfiche develops innovative technology and solutions that thrive on creative thinking and a diversity of experiences,” said Tim Nichols, Vice President of Marketing at Laserfiche. “Art is a natural extension of that creativity. We look forward to hosting local artists’ work that will reflect our company culture and inspire employees and the community.

Bringing a Visual Experience to Bixby Knolls

Bixby Knolls is the neighborhood in Long Beach, CA that Laserfiche has called home since 2001. Our community is known for its diversity and artistic energy—a natural fit for Laserfiche since our innovative technology thrives on creative thinking and a diversity of perspectives.

Art has always been a vital part of Long Beach’s culture and, in particular, has helped to shine a spotlight on Bixby Knolls as a creative hub where residents and businesses thrive,” said Blair Cohn, Executive Director at BKBIA. The BKBIA has commissioned renowned artists from across the country to bring artwork to Bixby Knolls. Their mission is to shape the neighborhood’s visual experience and call attention to Long Beach’s rich culture. This art initiative is one of many creative projects that the BKBIA has planned this year. We are proud to partner with BKBIA to enhance the visual experience of our community.

Artists, we look forward to creating with you! Apply now.

Photos 1, 3, 4, 5 via Katie Gaston and Photo 2 via Brandon Buccowich.

Original Artwork 1 2 3 4 5

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