Woodward's work has been featured in many southern California galleries, including the Torrance Art Museum and the Huntington Beach Art Center.
What does HBAC stand for?
HBAC stands for Huntington Beach Art Center (California)
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- Historic Buildings Advisory Council (government-appointed panel; UK)
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- Huntingdonshire Business Against Crime (Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, England, UK)
- Home Builders Association of Central Arizona
- Home Builders Association of the Central Coast (San Luis Obispo, CA)
- Hispanic Bar Association of Central Florida (Orlando, FL)
- Home Builders Association of Central New Mexico
- Health, Beauty Aids and Drugs Market
- Hispanic Bar Association of the District of Columbia
- Home Builders Association of Delaware
- Harbor Beach Area District Library (Michigan)
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Since his student days, Ortiz, 34, has continued to explore and represent those sorts of collisions of art, culture, class and history in his work, on display at the Huntington Beach Art Center through Nov.
Thursday, January 24, 2008 < WHERE: < Huntington Beach Art Center, 538 Main Street, < Huntington Beach < PHOTO OP: < Omar Akram, ranked #12 on the Billboard New Age charts and a < top play on jazz stations nationwide will perform live < WHY: < The Huntington Beach Human Relations Task Force and the < Huntington Beach Library Board of Trustees selected Three < Cups of Tea for the city-wide Huntington Beach Reads One < Book project for fall 2007 through February 2008.