Toaster Music is very proud to present the work of Alice LeFae in the North Gallery of the Expo Arts Center. Alice has been a fixture at the Art Massive events, curated by Toaster Music's Sumako. These events coincide with the monthly First Fridays Long Beach Art Walk in Bixby Knolls. The exhibition is part of a larger celebration of Women's History Month. LeFae's work will be on display from 6:00 pm to 9:30 pm on Friday, March 6th."This show is comprised largely of portraits of powerful women both modern and historic," LeFae said in a statement. "You will recognize a number of them surely, but several are women who have never received the credit they are owed due to gender, race, and/or other historical biases. In addition to these more down-to-earth pieces you can expect to find more surreal and unusual creatures and scenes- things that keep the artist sane while watching the news. "LeFae is a California-based mixed media artist and writer. Her favorite subjects include whimsical woodland scenes, unsettling monsters, and inspiring women. She spends her days with her enormous cat Pine Cone and her tiny cat Switchblade. One time she got hit by an ice cream truck in Brooklyn. She did not get free ice cream, but she did get honked at. To see more of her work and cats, follow her on instagram @alicelefae or visit alicelefae.com.Sander Roscoe Wolff and Sumako will each perform solo improvised electronic music sets at 7pm and 8pm respectively. Toaster Music will perform at 9pm.This event is presented in collaboration with the Bixby Knolls Business Improvement Association. The Expo Arts Center is located at 4321 Atlantic Avenue, in Long Beach.