Event Title
Monotype and Linoleum Printmaking Workshop
Name San Diego Art Department
Address 3830 Ray Street
City San Diego
State california
Zip 92104
Opening Hours 10am - 2pm
Location 0
Telephone 619-299-4278
Email info@sdartdept.com
Web Site http://www.sdartdept.com
   
Contact Andrea Chamberlin  
Fee $45
Reception Date N/A
Dates Starts On 7-11-2010   Ends On 7-11-2010
Opening Days
Opening Time 10:00 A.M.
Event Description Printmaking is a centuries old technique for creating art and illustrations in multiple originals. In this 4 hour workshop, we will be covering both monotype and linoleum techniques. Monotype is very spontaneous and exciting; similar in some ways to painting. Linoleum is more precise and useful for creating card designs. We will be working in black and white, though if time allows, we may also do a two color print. Call to register: (619) 299-4278


Event Title
Defying Expectations: Contemporary Native American
Name Oceanside Museum of Art
Address 704 Pier View Way
City Oceanside
State CA
Zip 92054
Opening Hours Tues-Sat: 10 a.m. -4 p.m. Sun:1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Location 0
Telephone 760-435-3720
Email danielle@oma-online.org
Web Site http://www.oma-online.org
   
Contact Danielle Susalla  
Fee $8 General Admission
Reception Date 6-10-2010
Dates Starts On 7-11-2010   Ends On 12-12-2010
Opening Days
Opening Time 00:00 A.M.
Event Description Breaking stereotypes of Native American Art Defying Expectations Contemporary Native American Art from San Diego County examines the work of four contemporary Native American artists. Featured artists include James Luna, Gerald Clarke, Catherine Nelson-Rodriguez, and Raymond Lafferty. Works within the exhibit respond to issues of Native American identity and authenticity, but also to problems affecting the entire region, such as the housing crisis and water shortages. The exhibition opens with a preview reception on Saturday, July 10 from 5-7 pm. OMA’s receptions are known for their party atmosphere complete with wine and scrumptious hors d’oeuvres prepared by OMA’s own Culinary Arts Council. Admission to the reception is $10, and free for OMA members as a benefit of membership. Defying Expectations is curated by Leah Cluff, a doctoral candidate at the University of California San Diego, in the Visual Arts department. The exhibition will be on view through December 12, 2010.

James Luna is perhaps best known for his 1987 installation and performance Artifact Piece at the San Diego Museum of Man; more recently he has represented the United States at the 2005 Venice Biennale and is a 2007 Eiteljorg Fellow. Luna’s recent works have involved sculptural installation pieces and performances, many of which present his perspectives on modern Native American identity. Gerald Clarke is also an Eiteljorg Fellow from 2007, his works are often large scale installations that respond to events and crises affecting much of the United States. Catherine Nelson-Rodriguez is a self-taught painter; her paintings reflect the realities of contemporary Native American lives. Several of her paintings have recently been purchased by the National Museum of the American Indian. Raymond Lafferty is a painter, filmmaker, and performance artist. Lafferty’s paintings are a contemporary extension of Abstract Expressionism; they juxtapose the appearance of a machined finish with a hand-applied painting process.


Event Title
Time: Visually Expressing the Invisible (D. Fokos)
Name Ordover Gallery
Address 410 S. Cedros Avenue
City Solana Beach
State CA
Zip 92075
Opening Hours The gallery talk by David Fokos will be on July 11, 2010 from 11am - 12pm. David Fokos\'s work will be on view through September 19, 1010.
Location North County Coastal
Telephone 858 720 1121
Email info@ordovergallery.com
Web Site http://ordovergallery.com
   
Contact Abe Ordover  
Fee $25 per person, 20 seats available
Reception Date N/A
Dates Starts On 7-11-2010   Ends On 7-11-2010
Opening Days Days/hours for the Ordover Gallery, Solana Beach, are: Friday and Saturday 10am - 5pm; Sunday 12pm - 5pm; Tuesday - Thursday 11am – 4:30pm (closed Monday).
Opening Time 11:00 A.M.
Event Description The Ordover Gallery is pleased to announce a gallery talk by prominent fine art photographer David Fokos. Fokos's work is in the permanent collections of many museums, including the Museum of Fine Art, Houston and the Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego. His imagery is represented by leading galleries in the U.S. and overseas, and is published in numerous newspapers and magazines. The hour-long talk by David Fokos will be on Sunday, July 11, beginning at 11am in the Ordover Gallery's Solana Beach location. Following the talk will be a question and answer period. Twenty spaces are available; advance tickets are being sold. Fokos will discuss his fine art photography, the background on how he came to establish his unique vision, and the philosophy behind that vision. He will explain his belief as to how people perceive their environment, and how he can express, through his photographs, that which is not instantaneous. Fokos works to translate sensory perception into something we can see visually. Through the use of the camera (a device predominantly used to freeze time) Fokos strives to express that which takes a period of time to affect us. Fokos will also address art history and how other artists, such as Chinese scroll painters, Marcel Duchamp, Picasso, David Hockney, Robert Smithson and Andy Goldsworthy, worked to reflect the passage of time in their art.


Event Title
Wheels of Desire: Motorcycle, Motocross & Supercro
Name Fallbrook Art Center
Address 103 S. Main Ave
City Fallbrook
State CA
Zip 92028
Opening Hours Mon-Sat 10am-4pm | Sun 12-3pm
Location North County Inland
Telephone 760 728 1414
Email info@fallbrookartcenter.org
Web Site http://www.fallbrookartcenter.org
   
Contact Mary Perhacs  
Fee $8 | FAC Members Free
Reception Date 7-10-0
Dates Starts On 7-11-2010   Ends On 8-15-2010
Opening Days
Opening Time 00:00 A.M.
Event Description The Fallbrook Art Center proudly presents Wheels of Desire Motorcycle, Motocross & Supercross Show. This is a unique and special motorcycle exhibit for California in that it highlights the motorcycle as art, and features a wide variety of machines from the late 1800s to present. A section of the show, sponsored by Monster Energy, is devoted to motocross/supercross for younger enthusiasts. Along with an astounding collection of bikes, visitors will also enjoy related art and memorabilia.


Event Title
MONOTYPE & LINOLEUM WORKSHOP
Name San Diego Art Department
Address 3830 Ray Street
City San Diego
State california
Zip 92104
Opening Hours
Location Central San Diego
Telephone 619-299-4278
Email info@sdartdept.com
Web Site http://www.sdartdept.com
   
Contact Andrea Chamberlin  
Fee $45 workshop fee
Reception Date N/A
Dates Starts On 7-11-2010   Ends On 7-11-2010
Opening Days
Opening Time 10:00 A.M.
Event Description Printmaking is a centuries old technique for creating art and illustrations in multiple originals. In this 4 hour workshop we will be covering monotype and linoleum techniques. Monotype is a very exciting and spontaneous technique, similar in some ways to painting. Linoleum is suitable to create card designs. We will be working in black & white, although if time allows we may also do a two color print. Includes some materials. This workshop is taught by instructor/artist, Sfona Pelah. Please call to register!


Event Title
Books, Murals and Miracles - Lunch Fundraiser
Name The Prizm Process
Address Loving Hut: 1905 El Cajon Boulevard
City San Diego
State California
Zip 92104
Opening Hours
Location Central San Diego
Telephone 619-851-4074
Email irenec7@hotmail.com
Web Site http://
   
Contact Irene Castruita  
Fee $25 donation
Reception Date N/A
Dates Starts On 7-11-2010   Ends On 7-11-2010
Opening Days
Opening Time 12:00 A.M.
Event Description The Prizm Process along with the Loving Hut Restaurant and El Cajon Boulevard BIA invites you to attend the “BOOKS, MURALS & MIRACLES” all-you-can-eat lunch fundraiser. We are hosting a delicious all-you-can-eat lunch on Sunday, July 11th to help raise funds for our “Books, Murals and Miracles” Summer Art Program. Your contribution will help aid youth to participate in a 4-week summer art school wherein we will be teaching various art techniques and life skills and culminate with the execution of a mural at “The Bookman” location in City Heights. This Summer Art School will only be possible with the help of family and friends who believe in outreaching and empowering our youth through art and creative expression. The Loving Hut Restaurant has agreed to support our Summer Art Program by preparing an all-you-can-eat Lunch consisting of specially prepared vegan dishes and refreshing drinks. All the food will be deliciously fresh and nurturing not only for your body but your soul. We are asking for a $25 donation and your contribution will include food and drinks plus live musical entertainment. We will have pre-sale tickets available at the Loving Hut Restaurant. Please contact Irene Castruita at (619) 851-4074 or e-mail at irenec7@hotmail.com for further information or to purchase your pre-sale tickets.


Event Title
Vacancy 3 at The APT
Name trustfido.com
Address 3670 Villa Terrace
City San Diego
State CA
Zip 92104
Opening Hours 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Location Central San Diego
Telephone 619-218-8732
Email art@trustfido.com
Web Site http://www.trustfido.com
   
Contact Sam Frazier  
Fee Free
Reception Date 7-11-2010
Dates Starts On 7-11-2010   Ends On 7-11-2010
Opening Days July 11th, 2010
Opening Time 04:00 A.M.
Event Description One day only, a group art show at The APT. The show, titled  "Vacancy 3," will be on Sunday, July 11th, 2010, from 4:00 pm until  8:00 pm. The APT is located at 3670 Villa Terrace, San Diego CA 92104, between Landis and Dwight Streets, just south of University Avenue in North Park. 619-218-8732 This event is the third in a very popular series of shows at The APT. Artists exhibiting in this show include Sam Frazier, Richard & Maria ChauDavis, Michele Guieu, Armando de la Torre, Michael Ruiz, Lori Lipsman, Richard Gleaves, David Krimmel, Carol Heger Graber, John Anthony Auciello, Hank Gross, Terri Hughes-Oelrich, Ronaldo P., Jfre robot coda, Richard Messenger, Janine Free, and the Agitprop Brain Trust.






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