Event Title
Duke Windsor's Men @ Work: Blood, Sweat, & Fears
Name Sophie¹s Gallery
Address 2825 Dewey Road, Gallery 101
City San Diego
State CAA
Zip 92106
Opening Hours Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sundays, Noon to 4 p.m.
Location 0
Telephone 619-578-2207
Email sophiesgallery@stmsc.org
Web Site http://www.stmsc.org/shop-sophies/sophies-ntc
   
Contact Wendy Morris Adminis  
Fee FREE
Reception Date 7-5-0
Dates Starts On 7-5-2013   Ends On 7-31-2013
Opening Days
Opening Time 05:00 A.M.
Event Description Solo Exhbition: Behind the scenes in every society there are those men and women, from all races, that hold supporting roles working on our roads, buildings, automobiles, lawns, in the fields, patroling the streets, and toiling on the battlefield. They are the back bone in our daily lives. This conontemporary figurative series depicts these men and women construction worker, road crews, day laboror and the soldier in battle dress under less than favorable conditions. Show us each and every day how life can be a struggle in all aspects of life shown through their blood, sweat and fears.


Event Title
A Novel Idea: From Traditional Block to Art Quilt
Name Free Spirits Art Quilt Group
Address Rancho Buena Vista Adobe Gallery, 630 Alta Vista D
City Vista
State CA
Zip 92084
Opening Hours Thursday-Saturday 10am-3pm except holidays. Reception July 11, 1-3 pm
Location North County Inland
Telephone 7604347491
Email artquilts25@gmail.com
Web Site http://www.artquilts.us
   
Contact Jill Le Croissette  
Fee Free
Reception Date 7-11-2013
Dates Starts On 7-5-2013   Ends On 7-27-2013
Opening Days Thursday-Saturday only
Opening Time 10:00 A.M.
Event Description Traditional quilt blocks are reinterpreted to make art quilts


Event Title
The Desperate Characters of Mercer County
Name Space 4 Art
Address 325 15th Street
City San Diego
State CA
Zip 92101
Opening Hours Friday July 5th 6:30 and 9:30 pm Saturday July 6th 6:30 and 9:30 pm Sunday July 7th 5:00 and 6:30 pm
Location 0
Telephone 619 269 7230
Email patric@sdspace4art.org
Web Site http://www.sdspace4art.org
   
Contact Patric Stillman  
Fee
Reception Date N/A
Dates Starts On 7-5-2013   Ends On 7-7-2013
Opening Days
Opening Time 00:00 A.M.
Event Description Join us this season to experience a time, nearly two hundred years ago, with Nancy York, a pioneer ancestor long forgotten until now. In an intimate site-specific performance at Space 4 Art, memories are constructed as living dreams from a different time and place – an older, weirder America. The Desperate Characters of Mercer County incorporates sculptural manipulation, an Americana house band, and story telling both fabricated and true. Guests will be welcomed by Ben and Nancy as they serve up their small slice of the old America, alive again to tell it. Their story begins and ends in Mercer County, Missouri, where their civilized ways were lost to the dirt, where deep roots were laid and where redemption could be found in the baptismal waters along Thompson\'s River amongst the desperate characters – card players, moonshiners, and horse thieves.



Event Title
Men @ Work
Name Sophie’s Gallery
Address 2825 Dewey Road, Gallery 101
City San Diego
State CA
Zip 92106
Opening Hours July 5, 2013 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Location 0
Telephone 619-578-2207
Email sophiesgallery@stmsc.org
Web Site www.stmsc.org
   
Contact Wendy  
Fee
Reception Date 7-5-2013
Dates Starts On 7-5-2013   Ends On 8-31-2013
Opening Days Tuesday through Saturday, Sundays, Noon to 4 p.m.
Opening Time 00:00 A.M.
Event Description Behind the scenes in every society, there are those men and women that hold supporting roles working on our roads, buildings, automobiles, lawns, in the fields, patrolling the streets, and toiling on the battlefield. They are the backbone of our daily lives. Commemorating our unsung heroes, this contemporary figurative series depicts these men and women construction workers, road crews, day laborers and the soldier in battle dress under less than favorable conditions. Though we see them there, we never look at what they do. They truly show us each and every day how life can be a struggle, shown through their blood, sweat and fears.


Event Title
Friday Night Liberty- Celebrate Summer at NTC
Name NTC at Liberty Station
Address 2640 Historic Decatur Road
City San Diego
State CA
Zip 92106
Opening Hours 5-9PM
Location Central San Diego
Telephone 619.573.9260
Email wroux@ntcfoundation.org
Web Site http://www.ntclibertystation.org
   
Contact Whitney Roux  
Fee Free
Reception Date N/A
Dates Starts On 7-5-2013   Ends On 7-5-2013
Opening Days
Opening Time 00:00 A.M.
Event Description Friday Night Liberty celebrates Summer with an extended hour FNL for July 5! Admire the sand and surf in on paper at Ballast Point Gallery and M. Fischbeck Studio/Gallery then Try out some refreshing summer time blends at Point Loma Tea. Dream of escaping to Mexico inspired by the talented Latino artists at La Onda Arte Latino and Casa Valencia Galeria Baja; or see June Rubin’s work inspired by her trip to Mexico. And it wouldn’t be summer in San Diego without Comics! Get ready for Comic-Con with the Women’s Museums smash exhibition \"Wonder Women: On Paper and Off,\" exploring women in the comics industry. Visit www.ntclibertystation.com/what.php for all the happenings! Friday Night Liberty happens every first Friday, this time from 5-9pm! 2640 Historic Decatur Road San Diego, CA 92106


Event Title
Oil & Glass
Name Pulse Gallery
Address NTC Promenade Liberty Station 2825 Dewey Road Su
City San Diego
State CA
Zip 92106
Opening Hours Reception July 5th 5-8pm
Location Central San Diego
Telephone (619)995-2515
Email pulsegallery.org
Web Site
   
Contact  
Fee
Reception Date 7-5-0
Dates Starts On 7-5-2013   Ends On 8-23-2013
Opening Days
Opening Time 00:00 A.M.
Event Description For the first time, two Art Pulse Mentor Program graduates will have their work side by side in a single show called Oil and Glass, running July 5 through August 30 at Pulse Gallery (2825 Dewey Road, Point Loma). Featuring artists Daniel Ketelhut and Rob Morey, Oil and Glass is what happens when two mediums unite and share an aesthetic bond besides beauty; as if swirling together as one, Ketelhut’s movement-filled paintings and Morey’s grand glass sculptures mimic the relationship of oil and water with their distinct, yet united mix of patterns. Inside the artists’ works, a conversation takes place between abstract line formations where freedom, movement and the choreography between creator and materials becomes visibly apparent.






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