Whether your child is a new-comer to the game or an experienced hand, playing chess is a fun way to stay mentally sharp, make friends and learn a game that can stay with them through the rest of their life.Read the full story »
On Sunday March 8th Project Oasis teamed with the Friends of Signal Hill Cultural Arts (FOSHCA) to assist them with their family art-making workshop. More than 55 children participated along with their parents in our pointillism art project. Project Oasis, was happy to provide the educational background and supplies for the pointillism project. Project Oasis […]Read the full story »
The Long Beach Playhouse and gpromotion is proud to present Patti’s Place. This is local Long Beach lesbian writer/director Debbie Rivas’ first partnership with the Playhouse.
As the summer comes to an end and schools prepare to start the fall session, Project Oasis concludes its first summer chess camp. The camp which ran for the past eight weeks at Elise’s Tea Room 3924 Atlantic Avenue
On July 6, 2008, while attending the Tour des Artistes in Long Beach, Project Oasis founders Peter Dopulos and Keith Lewis were interviewed for Creativity Network Radio by Antonio Pedro Ruiz.
Determining where to move 32 pieces on 64 squares could make youths smarter. Studies link the capture-the-king game to higher IQs, grades and levels of concentration in children…