||Make NTC Promenade your destination for arts and culture at “Friday Night Liberty." Friday Night Liberty is a monthly first-Friday evening of FREE open artist studios, galleries and events throughout NTC Promenade Arts & Cultural District at Liberty Station in Point Loma. With over a dozen events and studios open, the public is invited to explore, wander and enjoy the growing cultural campus. Featured Events
The new Martha Pace Swift Gallery in Building 201 will have its grand opening dedication at 6pm. The inaugural exhibit is “The Garden of Mythos: Abstraction in Collaboration with Nature” curated by the Expressive Arts Institute and featuring the large scale oil on canvas work of San Diego artist Anna Zappoli. The exhibit continues through April 2, 2010. The gallery is next to Solare Ristorante at 2820 Roosevelt Road.
Artists and designers in Barracks 19 studios present “Straight from the Heart/Del Corazón,” a collective exhibition featuring photography, painting, graphic design, fashion, culinary, and other visual art in various media at the New Americans Museum, 2825 Dewey Road.
The San Diego Watercolor Society opens their February exhibit "Love is in the Air" featuring 75 watercolor paintings created by SDWS members on display and for sale at 2825 Dewey Road
The Visions Art Quilt Gallery opens “California Fibers: Liminal Spaces” featuring the work of professional contemporary fiber artists from around the world and will include weaving, sculpture, basketry, quilting, wearable art and mixed media at 2825 Dewey Road.
Sophie’s Gallery hosts its 11th Annual Gotta’ Have Heart exhibit and sale featuring a collection of vintage records transformed into dynamic time pieces in their gallery in Barracks 19 at 2690 Historic Decatur Road. There is a $20 suggested donation for the opening.
A full calendar and NTCP map is at www.ntcpromenade.com