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PICKED RAW 2017
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Picked RAW for February 2017  

John Dillemuth: Contraptions And Go-mo(s) at Oceanside Museum Of Art (704 Pier View Way, Oceanside 92054) opening on Feb 4 and runs to July 23 with an opening reception on March 25. Curated by Vallo Riberto, assemblages, contraptions, vehicles, and paintings combine to create an installation that references the real and imaginary. Also note: Michelle Montjoy’s show Rope opens at the same time on March 25. For more info: Collette Stefanko 760.435.3720  

A terrible crime has been committed and Victorian London's most celebrated detective needs your help to find out "whodunit"! Sherlock Holmes and the Clocktower Mystery opens Saturday, February 11, 2017, at the Rubin H. Fleet Science Center. This immersive, entertaining and clever murder-mystery will test your powers of observation and deductive reasoning. You will need your thinking cap to solve this baffling thriller.

Picked RAW dedicates part of each month's column to garden fresh newcomers in the San Diego Visual Arts Resource Directory

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See PAST Picked RAW for 2017

To be eligible for a Picked RAW pick of the month, your event must be listed on SDVAN by the end of the previous month.

Remember Any tidbits, gossip or news of the immodest kind can go info@sdvisualarts.net for publication in the next RAW column which you can see by clicking here. All sources are, of course, kept confidential.

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Picked RAW Peeled to see links to reports on Picked RAW choices
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LA Art Reviews by DOUG SIMAY

We thank Julia Gill for her image "the Apple" Julia Gill ©2006 l in this column's logo design(all rights reserved) .

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ast PICKS for 2007 by Julia Gill from Jan to May and by Georgia Hoopes June to Dec
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ast PICKS for 2006 by Julie Gill
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Picked RAW for Janurary 2017

Southern CA Sculpture by the National Sculpture Society  on view January 7 to March, 5 at Sparks Gallery (530 Sixth Ave, SD 92101). ). The society was established in 1893 by the sculptors Daniel Chester French, Augustus St. Gaudens, Stanford White and J.Q.A. Ward. For more than 120 years, members have created, exhibited, collected and supported the evolving tradition in American sculpture. This juried exhibition will feature 23 top sculptors in the thriving artistic community of Southern California. Reception: Saturday, January 7, 6 to 9 pm, RSVP required for the opening reception. Jessica Amaya 619.696.1416 

The San Diego sister of the Nasty Women Exhibition that launched in New York is open for submission for a show at the Helmuth projects. The idea is to organize a group exhibition that demonstrates solidarity among artists who identify with being a Nasty Woman in the face of threats to roll back women’s rights, individual rights, and abortion rights. It also serves as a fundraiser to support organizations defending these rights and to be a platform for organization concurrent with the Presidential Inauguration weekend and Women’s Marches across the county. The NastyWomenSanDiego.org  Exhibition will be donating 100% of proceeds to Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest, La Maestra Community Health Centers, and San Diego LGBT Community Center​.Learn more and submit online: https://nastywomensandiego.org Submission Forms must be received by January 6, 2017

Picked RAW dedicates part of each month's column to garden fresh newcomers in the San Diego Visual Arts Resource Directory

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Veterans Art Project

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Picked RAW for Feburary 2017

John Dillemuth: Contraptions And Go-mo(s) at Oceanside Museum Of Art (704 Pier View Way, Oceanside 92054) opening on Feb 4 and runs to July 23 with an opening reception on March 25. Curated by Vallo Riberto, assemblages, contraptions, vehicles, and paintings combine to create an installation that references the real and imaginary. Also note: Michelle Montjoy’s show Rope opens at the same time on March 25. For more info: Collette Stefanko 760.435.3720  

A terrible crime has been committed and Victorian London's most celebrated detective needs your help to find out "whodunit"! Sherlock Holmes and the Clocktower Mystery opens Saturday, February 11, 2017, at the Rubin H. Fleet Science Center. This immersive, entertaining and clever murder-mystery will test your powers of observation and deductive reasoning. You will need your thinking cap to solve this baffling thriller.

Picked RAW dedicates part of each month's column to garden fresh newcomers in the San Diego Visual Arts Resource Directory

On the Edge Art Collective

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Picked RAW for March 2017

 

Picked RAW dedicates part of each month's column to garden fresh newcomers in the San Diego Visual Arts Resource Directory

 

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Picked RAW for April 2017

 

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Picked RAW for May 2016  

 

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Picked RAW for June 2017  

 

Picked RAW dedicates part of each month's column to garden fresh newcomers in the San Diego Visual Arts Resource Directory

Picked RAW for July 2017 

 

Picked RAW dedicates part of each month's column to garden fresh newcomers in the San Diego Visual Arts Resource Directory

 

Picked RAW for August 2017  

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Picked RAW for September 2017

 

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Picked RAW for October 2017

 

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Picked RAW for November 2017

 

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Picked RAW for December 2017

 

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for publication in the next RAW column which you can see by clicking here. All sources are, of course, kept confidential.