Event Title
Summer Salon Series at The San Diego Museum of Art
Name San Diego Museum of Art
Address 1450 El Prado, Balboa Park
City San Diego
State CA
Zip 92101
Opening Hours
Location Central San Diego
Telephone 619 696-1978
Email programs@sdmart.org
Web Site http://www.TheSanDiegoMuseumofArt.org
   
Contact Alexander Jarman  
Fee Free after Museum admission - Adults $12, Seniors and Military $9, Students $8, youth (6-17)$4.50, members and children under 5 are free.
Reception Date N/A
Dates Starts On 6-3-2010   Ends On 6-3-2010
Opening Days
Opening Time 05:00 A.M.
Event Description Join us for this installment of the San Diego Museum of Art's Thursday evening Summer Salon Series. Celebrate the legacy of Henri Toulouse-Lautrec in conjunction with the upcoming exhibition, Toulouse-Lautrec's Paris, as we turn the Museum into a salon. Different contemporary and emerging artist perform, present, or demonstrate their latest works inside the galleries. Tonight, Stephanie Lie and John Benson will present Vibrating Milk, a live performance involving video projection, sound and, of course, milk. Brian Dick and Christen Sperry-Garcia presents what will be the first of many installments of the Nationwide Museum Mascot Project. The front of the Museum will be rocking when John Benson pulls up to the Museum in The Bus, a 40 foot long, veggie oil/solar powered, mobile concert venue. And last but not least, the Museum is proud to host a panel discussion about Community, Art and Gentrification with Councilman Todd Gloria, architect Ted Smith, as well as gallery owner Lynn Susholtz and artist Suzy Bielak. Art making a nd a cash bar round out the evening!


Event Title
MFA 2010
Name UCSD Visual Arts Department
Address University Art Gallery, University of California,
City La Jolla
State CA
Zip 92093
Opening Hours Reception 5:00 - 8:30 PM
Normal 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Location North County Coastal
Telephone 8588227755
Email sghanbari@ucsd.edu
Web Site http://uag.ucsd.edu
   
Contact Sheena Ghanbari  
Fee FREE
Reception Date 6-3-2010
Dates Starts On 6-3-2010   Ends On 7-2-2010
Opening Days June 4-July 2
Opening Time 05:30 A.M.
Event Description MFA 2010
4 June > 2 July 2010
Mandeville Center, UC San Diego
Opening reception 3 June, 5 – 8:30 pm
Performances start at 6pm
Participating Artists: Shane Anderson, Rich Bott, Crystal Z. Campbell, Lili Chin, Ted Chung, Leigh Cole, Monica Duncan, Chris Head, Glenna Jennings, Merve Kayan, Vincent Manganello, Dolissa Medina, Charles G. Miller, Jesse Mockrin, Zac Monday, Louis Schmidt, Tim Schwartz, Rachel Thompson, Claire Zitzow.
The Department of Visual Arts at the University of California, San Diego announces its 2010 graduate MFA exhibition featuring work by nineteen emerging artists. The work is a culmination of a rigorous three-year studio practice and ranges from performance art and installation to painting, photography and sculpture. Interested in how land is viewed and utilized, Shane Anderson allows the viewer to shape the landscape with his portable one-person camera obscura. Rich Bott combines personal messages typed on vintage telegrams with large prints of generic scenes of suburban life that are humorous critiques of middle class consumerism. Crystal Z. Campbell’s installation is part of a series of works that investigate the ambiguity of ritual and uses fantasy to rupture the space between a celebration and an act of violence. Working with a professional dancer, Lili Chin’s video piece explores the framed psychological space of the subject through movement, lights and music. Ted Chung’s site-specific cardboard tables respond to the work of his fellow graduates and play with notions of portraiture, color, time and space. Wanting to create work conceptualized entirely in fantasy, Leigh Cole reproduces a Michelangelo’s David using marshmallows and plays on our sense of reverence and commerce. Monica Duncan’s video is derived from her experiences in Community Emergency Response Team training where she became interested in the parallels between training and rehearsal, improvisation within a limited duration and maneuvering through complexities of scale and makeshift rescue objects. Chris Head’s work, heavily involved in established and emerging technology, focuses on the intersection of software design, games, and art practice. Glenna Jennings' work relates directly and tangentially to cheerleaders, guns, bearded men, working class spas, the subtle intricacies of identity and the shifting definitions of Space and Place. Filmed in a small Turkish coastal town on the Aegean Sea, Merve Kayan’s film aims to document the season in which life takes a break from the rest of the year and transforms itself into something different, in some other place, yet still comes intact with its own set of rituals. Vincent Manganello’s colorful large format paintings pull from sources such as fashion, decorative arts and design to create seductive images that are both unstable and overwhelming. Dolissa Medina combines found footage to create a film/“docu-legend” about the life and death of the Tejano music singer Selena Quintanilla and her impact on the music industry for future Latino singers. Charles Miller operates as an artist / researcher leveraging aesthetic practice as a means for evaluating, measuring, and critiquing the illogical operations within our lived urban historiography. Jesse Mockrin paints portraits of young successful corporate workers from New York City. Vulnerable and disheveled, these subjects find no authentic postures, as they appear to have lost command of their bodies within the space. Combining crotched masks and hands with drawings of royal subjects, Zac Monday’s installation builds on his interest in exploring rituals and the forced interactions that challenge our comfort level and expose our emotional sensibilities. Louis Schmidt’s drawings are part of an ongoing critique of personal and societal unhappiness. Pulling from the New York Times archives, Tim Schwartz’s sculpture uses analog gauges to illustrate America’s preoccupation with specific terms over the last 158 years. Rachel Thompson’s feature-length film essay follows a quixotic search for the material traces of Java's colonial, mystical, and paleontological past, a journey that shuttles between Amsterdam, London, Jakarta, and the District of Columbia. Based on the 2009 Angeles National Forest fire, Claire Zitzow combines backlight photos of the burned mountainside with a 16mm film of paper she made from charged yucca fiber and ash burning to speak to the nature of irreparable changes in our environment and our perceptions of those changes.
The University Art Gallery is open Tuesday - Friday, 11am - 5pm. For further information please email uag@ucsd.edu


Event Title
Jeans 4 Justice Launch Experience
Name Jeans4Justice
Address 500 4th Ave
City San Diego
State CA
Zip 92101
Opening Hours Pre-sale tickets are a $25 donation, event day tickets are a $30 donation. *while supplies last!
Location Central San Diego
Telephone 858-761-2699
Email jess@jeans4justice.org
Web Site http://www.jeans4justice.org
   
Contact Jess Johnson  
Fee Tickets are a $25 donation and includes a hosted signature drink from Three Olives vodka*, snacks from Danacakes and Ciro\'s Pizza, an opportunity to a pair of Jeans 4 Justice one of a kind denim
Reception Date 6-3-0
Dates Starts On 6-3-2010   Ends On 6-3-2010
Opening Days
Opening Time 07:00 A.M.
Event Description The Jeans 4 Justice Launch Experience will feature guest host Kiptyn Locke from ABC's The Bachelorette alongside a line up of powerful speakers, professional athletes, talented artists and fashion designers, and of course...a never before seen batch of signature pieces of Jeans 4 Justice denim, giving meaning to America's favorite clothing staple. The goal of this event is to introduce YOU, to the campaigns and programs we are offering, while giving voice to an issue that affects us all in an entertaining, effective, moving and inspirational format. Our vision is to shift the social stigmas and inspire communities to take an active stand against sexual violence by aligning with designers, artists, innovators, survivors, students, advocates and other like-minded organizations. Using fashion, art and fitness as vehicles for education and empowerment, we create opportunities for students, parents and the community at large to access proactive healing and prevention efforts. As our special guest, you will be treated to: · Guest co-host Kiptyn Locke from ABC’s “The Bachelorette” · Live art painting by inspirational "Survivor" Tommy Hollenstein · Opportunity drawing to have YOUR denim turned into a one-of-kind-piece of wearable art · Premier of the Jeans 4 Justice & Tribal Truth documentary by LA film director, Morgan Jenkins · Keynote speech by Leading Woman Entrepreneur of the World and rape survivor, LuAn Mitchell · An innovative show fusing fashion, bold perspectives and challenging questions (you have to COME to understand!) · Cocktails and Bites from Ciro’s Pizza, Danacakes, and Three Olives vodka · Meet the TEAM behind the movement (our board, advisory board and committee members) · Performance art by “Flying Laura”, live music by Hyena, Trent Hancock, Ghostbird and DJ Schoeny, poetry by San Diego State University alumni Vogue Robinson JOIN THE MOVEMENT, EMBRACE THE FASHION, TAKE ACTION


Event Title
ArtStop: The Palace in Asian Art with curator Sony
Name Bailey Gardiner PR
Address The San Diego Museum of Art 1450 El Prado
City San Diego
State Ca
Zip
Opening Hours
Location 0
Telephone
Email melina@baileygardiner.com
Web Site http://www.baileygardiner.com
   
Contact Melina Cazimero  
Fee Free with Museum admission
Reception Date N/A
Dates Starts On 6-3-2010   Ends On 6-3-2010
Opening Days
Opening Time 00:00 A.M.
Event Description Held in The San Diego Museum of Art’s rotunda, ArtStop is a 15-minute tour of one to three works from the Museum’s permanent collection.






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