Event Title
The Artist's Way
Name Bravo School of Art
Address 2690 Decatur Rd, Studio 206 • NTC Promenade
City San Diego
State CA
Zip 92106
Opening Hours
Location Central San Diego
Telephone 619-223-0058
Email workshops@BravoSchoolOfArt.com
Web Site http://www.BravoSchoolOfArt.com
   
Contact Lauren Becker Downey  
Fee $325 (Bravo Members pay $288) + $5 materials fee
Reception Date 5-4-0
Dates Starts On 5-4-2010   Ends On 7-20-2010
Opening Days
Opening Time 6:00 P.M.
Event Description Facilitated by artist Midge Hyde. The Artist's Way is a Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity. Join us for comforting, powerful, non-critical ways to discover or recover your creative self. This 12-week course is for those interested in all artistic fields, from writing and acting to the visual arts. Through readings, exercises and experiential process, tap into your creative expression with fun, truth and inspiration. In the words of the philosopher, Goethe, "Whatever you think you can do or believe you can do, begin it. Action has magic, grace and power in it.” Bring a copy of The Artist's Way by Julia Cameron and an 11" by 8.5" unlined sketchbook. No previous arts experience necessary. Tuesdays, May 4 – July 20, 2010 • 6 – 8pm


Event Title
Mesa College Student Art Show & Sale
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: M T W TH 12-4 pm Closed Fridays, weekends and school holidays. Visitors may schedule an appointment to view exhibits at times when the gallery is closed.
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 5-4-2010
Dates Starts On 5-4-2010   Ends On 5-18-2010
Opening Days
Opening Time 00:00 A.M.
Event Description The San Diego Mesa College Art Gallery invites you to a reception and art sale to inaugurate the Spring 2010 Student Show, Pouring It All Out. The students of Mesa College present an eclectic collection of class projects in various media. The specially selected artworks reflect the array of talent found in our college. Museum Studies student Nuvia Crisol Guerra designed the invitation. ------- The exhibition includes over ninety artworks in drawing, design, digital media, printmaking, photography, painting, ceramics and sculpture -- all produced by students enrolled in studio art classes at Mesa.  Inflatable sculptures from Wendell Kling's class will be on view in the courtyard. A collaboration with Robert Sanchez and Emiko Lewis-Sanchez will take the form of a performance and installation. All aspects of the exhibition were designed and executed by Professor Alessandra Moctezuma's Museum Studies class. ------Student art, jewelry, ceramics and glass will be for sale in the Gallery Courtyard during the reception. This is a great opportunity to purchase original creations and support emerging artists. ---- Art Show & Sale is May 4th from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Exhibition will be open May 4 - 18, M T W TH 12:00 -4:00 pm.


Event Title
L7: An installation of paintings by Leslie Nemour
Name SUSHI Performance and Visual Arts Center
Address Sushi Performance and Visual Art 390 Eleventh Ave
City San Diego
State Ca
Zip 92101
Opening Hours 1 - 6 p.m.
Location Central San Diego
Telephone 619. 235. 8466
Email melina@baileygardiner.com
Web Site http://sushiart.org/
   
Contact Melina Cazimero  
Fee
Reception Date N/A
Dates Starts On 5-4-2010   Ends On 5-30-2010
Opening Days Wednesday-Friday
Opening Time 01:00 A.M.
Event Description L7 invites SUSHI’s audience to discover an immersive environment of nearly 100 luminous oil paintings hung from floor to ceiling in idiosyncratic arrangements from San Diego's own artist, Leslie Nemour.  Each painting is a representation of a television still, photographically captured by the artist who then translates the image once more into a painting.  The paintings are mined from a wide cross section of popular, once popular, and unpopular television shows. Nemour’s paintings depict disjointed movements, blurred boundaries, images between images, and other distortions, which lend themselves to the paintings’ indecisive brush strokes and restless color.  






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