Event Title
The UArt submission deadline
Name El Cajon Community Developement Corporation
Address 168 East Main Street
City El Cajon
State California
Zip 92020
Opening Hours
Location Central San Diego
Telephone (619)401-8858
Email christina@downtownelcajon.com
Web Site http://www.downtownelcajon.com
   
Contact Christina Burke  
Fee FREE!
Reception Date N/A
Dates Starts On 10-15-2009   Ends On 10-15-2009
Opening Days
Opening Time 05:00 A.M.
Event Description Art – and the community it creates – is at the heart of igniting culture, communicating history and values, stimulating economic development, and building community pride. Transform common utility boxes into works of public art for all to enjoy through UArt: Downtown El Cajon’s Utility Art Box Program. If you’re an art lover and / or community enthusiast, volunteer your artistic talent to UArt and share your community spirit to beautify the Downtown El Cajon landscape for years to come. You’ll also help deter graffiti from Downtown neighborhoods and celebrate the uniqueness of place and people. If you would like to contribute value and diversity to the community through painting a utility box, please contact Christina Burke, Community Development Coordinator at (619) 401-8858 to learn more or visit www.downtownelcajon.com to read about the application process and guidelines. The UArt submission deadline is October 15, 2009 at 5pm.


Event Title
Elizabeth Carmel: Tuscany
Name Ordover Gallery
Address NEW LOCATION: 410 S. Cedros Ave
City Solana Beach
State CA
Zip 92075
Opening Hours Opening Reception, Oct. 15, 6pm - 8:30pm coincides with Cedros Ave\'s Third Thursday Gallery Night.
Location North County Coastal
Telephone 858 720 1121
Email info@ordovergallery.com
Web Site http://ordovergallery.com
   
Contact Abe Ordover  
Fee Free
Reception Date 10-15-2009
Dates Starts On 10-15-2009   Ends On 1-17-2010
Opening Days Gallery hours are Saturday 10am - 5pm; Friday and Sunday 12pm - 5pm, Tuesday - Thursday 11am - 4:30pm.
Opening Time 00:00 A.M.
Event Description Elizabeth Carmel, a Sierra-based photographer, specializes in unique, expressive imagery of landscapes, waterscapes and international locales. Her work combines dramatic photography, vivid colors, and artistic touches to create new, captivating visions. Her Tuscan imagery is both lyrical and dreamlike in its handling of light and atmosphere in the pastoral locale. Carmel is a recipient of the prestigious Hasselblad Master Photographer award. Each year, only 12 photographers worldwide are honored with the award and with the placement of their work in the Hasselblad collection in Sweden. In addition to imagery by Elizabeth Carmel, photographs by Tom O Scott, Peter Fay, Abe Ordover and Lisa Ross, as well as paintings and monoprints by Saphire, will be on display.


Event Title
1-ST ANNUAL OCEANSIDE INTL FILM FESTIVAL
Name Oceanside International Film Festival
Address Various locations downtown Oceanside
City Oceanside
State CA
Zip 92057
Opening Hours
Location North County Coastal
Telephone 760-754-2397
Email OIFF@ocaf.info
Web Site http://www.ocaf.info/OIFF
   
Contact OCAF  
Fee Tickets for the Gala, screening of winning films, and awards presentation are $25. Day Passes are $15, $10 for Military; Film Buff Pass - $45; Silver Pass- $85; Gold Pass - $135; Platinum - $185. See
Reception Date N/A
Dates Starts On 10-15-2009   Ends On 10-18-2009
Opening Days
Opening Time 00:00 A.M.
Event Description Oceanside Cultural Arts Foundation (OCAF) presents the 1st Oceanside International Film Festival on 15-18 October, 2009. This inaugural event is an opportunity for independent film makers to have their work screened and judged. It will also give the film buffs a chance to view local and international films. OIFF’s first year plans are to keep it small and intimate for our first year with films screenings from students local to San Diego, India, and Los Angeles area. The festival will also be offering workshops for filmmakers on various subjects, including music, films, financing, packaging and distribution. Film categories include: features, documentaries, animation, music videos, student films, and sports. Visit our website at (see link) or become a fan on FaceBook page at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Oceanside-International-Film-Festival/134335971434 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- OIFF '09 SCREENING SCHEDULE:---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thursday, October 15th -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sunshine Brooks - 217 S Coast Hwy, Oceanside. 5:00pm - 7:00 pm Check In; 7:00pm - 8:30 pm screening of Running the Sahara narrated by Matt Damon by Nehst Studio -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Friday, October 16th ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sunshine Brooks Theatre - 217 S Coast Hwy, Oceanside. 12:00pm - 12:40 pm screening of Oceanside Tea Party 04/15/09 by Richard Eisendarth; 12:45pm - 1:40 pm screening of Save the World by Michael T Wood; 1:45pm - 2:00 pm screening of The Haunting of San Luis Rey by Tom Morrow; 2:10pm - 2:50 pm screening of My Necklace, Myself by Brian Caron; 3:00pm -3:40 pm screening of Mayor for Strawberry Fields by Need Paper Work; 3:50pm - 5:00 pm screening of The Magic Crystal by Thomas Plummer; 5:15pm - 6:00 pm OIFF '09 Film Educational Workshop - Distribution & Packaging; 6:15pm - 7:30 pm Article 32 / Introduction to Workshop from Nehst Studio. ---The day continues at other location: Spectrum Video - 1043 S Cleveland St, Oceanside. 2:30pm -2:45pm screening of The Haunting of San Luis Rey by Tom Morrow; 2:50pm -3:10pm screening of Nuremburg - Then and Now by Tom Morrow; 3:15pm - 3:45pm screening of Survival in the Weave by Edward Kramer; 4:00pm - 4:05pm screening of Pregancy Prevention by Matthew J. Berry; 4:10pm - 4:15pm screening of Perfect Portrait by Rafael Alverez; 4:20pm - 4:25pm screening of Cancelled? by Bobby Taylor; 4:30pm - 4:35pm screening of "Changes" Pregancy Prevented by Nate Strong; 4:40pm - 5:40pm screening of Community Band - Our lives in Music by Edward Kramer; 5:45pm - 6:15pm screening of Think Grande: Creating a California Mexican Wonderland by Kevin Bender; 6:20pm - 6:30pm screening of Remember Me by Alyssa Barber. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Saturday, October 17th --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sunshine Brooks Theatre - 217 S Coast Hwy, Oceanside. 11:30am - 3:30 pm Article 32 (64 Min) and a 3-Hour Pitch Seminar/Workshop presented by Side Door Productions; 3:45pm - 5:15 pm screening of On A Rail: Europe Surf by Tim Ryan Surf; 5:30pm - 6:15pm screening of Homegrown Revolution by Dervaes; 6:25pm - 8:00 pm screening of (adult material) Callous by Thomas A. Mulligan; 8:05pm - 8:35pm screening of We Must Remember by Douglas Green. ---The day continues at other location: Spectrum - 1043 S Cleveland St, Oceanside. 2:45pm -3:05pm screening of Jame Koch: Sculptor of the Found Object by Carole A Zavala; 3:10pm -3:30 pm screening of Pleasant Dreams by Evan O'Dell; 3:35pm - 4:10 pm screening of (adult material) The Keith Coogan Experience by Derek Williams; 4:30pm - 5:15 pm Workshop Electronic / Technical Aspects by MediaTech; 5:20pm -7:30 pm screening of Chaturanga (Four Chapters) by Avik Saha; 7:35pm -7:40pm screening of (adult material) A Dark Love Story For Clowns by Crystal Campbell; 7:45pm - 9:00 pm screening of (adult material) Ball Busters by Defant Pictures. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sunday, October 18th ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Sunshine Brooks Theatre - 217 S Coast Hwy, Oceanside. 12:00pm -12:06pm screening of (children’s category) Bicycle Love by Alexander C Frey; 12:10pm - 12:23pm screening of (children’s category) Springtime Flowerbox by Bill Skaife; 12:25pm - 12:30pm screening of (children’s category) Run to the Wild by Johnathan Flynn; 12:35pm - 12:45pm screening of Kevin's Critters - Chinchilla on the Run by Kevin Anderson; 12:50pm - 1:02pm screening of Kevin's Critters - Dolphin's Adventure by Kevin Anderson; 1:10pm - 1:15pm screening of At What Cost? by Tom Suhler; 1:20pm - 1:30pm screening of Rezo del Cuerpo (Extracto) by Adam Turner; 1:35pm - 1:45pm screening of (children’s category) Perchance To Dream by Lauren Kimball. 2:00pm - 4:30pm winning films will be shown at Sunshine Brooks Theatre. ---The day continues at other location: The Flying Bridge Restaurant - 1105 N. Coast Hwy, Oceanside. 5:00pm - 9:00 pm Awards Gala at Flying Bridge Room, the award for the Winning Film will be presented. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tickets for the Gala, screening of winning films, and awards presentation are $25. Day Passes are $15, $10 for Military; Film Buff Pass - $45; Silver Pass- $85; Gold Pass - $135; Platinum - $185. See OCAF website for description of the passes. Call 760-433-3632 or email to OIFF@ocaf.info for more information.


Event Title
Judith F. Baca: Public Art | Private Works
Name San Diego Mesa College Art Gallery
Address D-101, 7250 Mesa College Drive
City San Diego
State CA
Zip 92111
Opening Hours Gallery hours: 12:00 - 4:00 pm. Reception on Oct 22nd begins at 4:30, lecture at 7:00pm.
Location Central San Diego
Telephone 619.388.2829
Email amoctezu@sdccd.edu
Web Site http://www.sdmesa.edu/art-gallery/
   
Contact Alessandra Moctezuma  
Fee Free
Reception Date 10-22-0
Dates Starts On 10-15-2009   Ends On 11-12-2009
Opening Days Gallery is open Mon - Tues - Wed - Thurs.
Opening Time 00:00 A.M.
Event Description The San Diego Mesa College Art Gallery invites you to an exhibition of paintings, drawings and renderings of public artwork by internationally renowned Chicana muralist Judith F. Baca. Her vibrant paintings for the mural La Memoria de Nuestra Tierra: Colorado 2000 (The Memory of Our Land) will fill 25 feet of the gallery walls. The final mural created from these works was digitally generated on aluminum substrate and hangs in the Central Terminal of the Denver International Airport. The Memory of Our Land deals with the Chicano/Mexicano history of the Southwest and in particular with the passage through El Paso, the “Ellis Island” of the region. This was the entrance point for the artist’s grandparents as they migrated north from Mexico to Colorado in the early 20th Century. In the same way that this mural brings together both the private and public aspects of this artist’s life, the exhibit seeks to explore these dual aspects of Baca’s work. ------ Judith Baca’s community centered creative process will be evident in drawings and digital renderings of her newest public artworks including the Cesar Chavez monument: Arch of Dignity, Equality and Justice, which was completed at San Jose State University just last year. Judy Baca’s public art reveals and reconciles the struggle of people for their rights and affirms the ties of each community to their home. Rather than imposing a monument on a neighborhood or site, Baca envisions an artwork that emerges from a people’s history and dreams. Baca and the community, together, co-create monumental public art, meaningful places that become “sites of public memory.” ------ The exhibit will also include well known ‘private works,’ personal pieces confronting identity and social issues: photographs and a silk-screen print of Judy Baca impersonating a tough and sassy Pachuca, a painting revealing the tragic cost of America’s involvement in the Middle East, and the colorfully ironic Pancho Trinity (1993), a set of mixed media sculptures that reinvent the iconic kitschy image of the ‘sleeping Mexican’ to comment on the struggle of immigrant groups. ------ Baca is the co-founder and visionary behind SPARC (Social and Public Art Resource Center) a community arts organization in Venice, CA. In 1976 she embarked on the monumental project of the Great Wall, a half-mile long mural painted in the flood control channel of the Tujunga Wash in the San Fernando Valley, CA. This mural depicts the untold stories of the myriad of ethnic groups that have contributed to the history of the U.S. and Southern California. The Great Wall was painted over a period of five summers by a team of historians, artists and over 300 youths. A DVD of this and other projects will play in the gallery screening room. ------ Show opens Oct 15th; reception and lecture Oct 22nd.


Event Title
Tijuana/San Diego: Cooperation and Confrontation
Name UCSD/CALIT2
Address gallery@calit2 in Atkinson Hall UCSD
City La Jolla
State CA
Zip 92093
Opening Hours Opening is October 15 5:00-7:00pm; Artists Panel is October 15 4:00-5:00pm; gallery is open Monday – Friday, 11am-5pm. Map: http://atkinsonhall.calit2.net/directions/
Location All
Telephone tstone@ucsd.edu
Email tstone@ucsd.edu
Web Site http://gallery.calit2.net
   
Contact Trish Stone  
Fee Free
Reception Date 10-15-0
Dates Starts On 10-15-2009   Ends On 11-25-2009
Opening Days Show runs from October 5 - November 25; gallery is open Monday – Friday, 11am-5pm.
Opening Time 05:00 A.M.
Event Description "Tijuana/San Diego: Cooperation & Confrontation at the Interface" - Overview: José Ignacio López Ramírez-Gastón’s spatialized sound installation, 24 Speakers & 24 Sound Sources, enacts the democratization of knowledge & 'reversed migration' in the use of technology. Media Womb creates an interactive sound cocoon of recycled egg cartons - visitors' movements inside the womb modulate sounds connected to media's mis/representations of Tijuana & transborder drug cartels. Media Womb was made by CUBO: Giacomo Castagnola, Camilo Ontiveros, Nina Waisman, Felipe Zúñiga. Former UCSD School of Engineering Dean’s Lea Rudee’s photographs document the Tijuana River’s path across the border, revealing its roles as drainage creek, city water supply, border crossing obstacle, & preserved salt marsh. UCSD Vis Arts Professor Fred Lonidier’s N.A.F.T.A. #15 "Rio Tijuana Bridge: A Tale of Two Globes or Two Tales of a Globe/Puente del Rio Tijuana: Un Cuento de Dos Mundos o Cuentos de Un Mundo" represents problematics of "globalization" from the perspective of organized efforts by workers to make gains in labor rights & work conditions.






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