Event Title
Exhibition: Gallery in the Street
Name The Studio Door
Address 3939 Iowa Street
City San Diego
State CA
Zip 92104
Opening Hours 11 AM - 10 PM
Location Central San Diego
Telephone 619-255-4920
Email forallweknow@thestudiodoor.com
Web Site http://www.thestudiodoor.com
   
Contact Patric Stillman  
Fee
Reception Date N/A
Dates Starts On 5-20-2017   Ends On 5-20-2017
Opening Days
Opening Time 11:00 A.M.
Event Description 21st Annual San Diego County Credit Union Festival of Arts in North Park: GALLERY IN THE STREET

Exhibition Dates: May 20, 2017
11 AM - 10 PM

Artist Receptions: 2 PM and 7 PM

Gallery in the Street exhibition produced by North Park Main Street and The Studio Door. Located on University Avenue and Iowa Street.

North Park Main Street and The Studio Door are partnering together to bring more art into the long-running festival and celebrate local artists. We are looking for regional visual artists to participate in the premiere Gallery in the Street at the 21st Annual San Diego County Credit Union Festival of Arts in North Park.

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Event Title
LEE MATERAZZI: PLaY Opening Reception
Name Quint Gallery
Address 5171 Santa Fe Street, Suites H and I
City San Diego
State CA
Zip 92109
Opening Hours HOURS: Thursday - Saturday 10AM-4PM & By Appointment.
Location Central San Diego
Telephone 8584543409
Email nina@quintgallery.com
Web Site http://www.quintgallery.com
   
Contact Nina Howard  
Fee
Reception Date 5-20-0
Dates Starts On 5-20-2017   Ends On 7-8-2017
Opening Days MAY 20 – JULY 8, 2017 SATURDAY, MAY 20TH: OPENING RECEPTION FROM 6-8PM
Opening Time 6:00 P.M.
Event Description “Routines. Pedestrians stay on the sidewalk, Claustrophobia, Stay in Lines Overflowing into the streets...” Quint Gallery is pleased to announce a solo exhibition and installation by San Francisco-based artist Lee Materazzi. This is Quint’s fourth solo presentation of photography by Materazzi and second project that includes interactive installation art. The opening reception will take place on Saturday, May 20th from 6-8pm and is open to the public. Lee Materazzi’s new series began with an exploration of public spaces around San Francisco. In past series Materazzi has explored everything from the interior of the home to what lies beneath a person’s attire and ultimately their consciousness. Sculptural in nature, the photographs are representations of landscapes with discreet manipulations made by the artist using her body, found objects and cut paper.
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Event Title
Piano Hinge Book
Name San Diego Book Arts
Address 3134 Del Rey Ave.
City Carlsbad
State CA
Zip 92009
Opening Hours 1:00pm -4:00pm
Location North County Coastal
Telephone
Email sandiegobookarts@gmail.com
Web Site http://www.sandiegobookarts.com
   
Contact Janis Reeser  
Fee $40.00 members of SDBA, $50.00 nonmembers $2.00 material fee If you have them bring,bone folder, scissors, glue, craft knife, cutting mat, scoring tool,wire cutters,black and white pens, chalk paste
Reception Date N/A
Dates Starts On 5-20-2017   Ends On 5-20-2017
Opening Days May 20, 2017
Opening Time 1:00 P.M.
Event Description Book arts basic class by Gina Pisello which will teach you how to make a piano hinge book, a structure first created by Heidi Kyle.
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Event Title
Robert Irwin: Drawing
Name Quint Gallery
Address 5171 Santa Fe Street, Suites H and I
City San Diego
State CA
Zip 92109
Opening Hours HOURS: Thursday - Saturday 10AM-4PM & By Appointment.
Location Central San Diego
Telephone 8584543409
Email nina@quintgallery.com
Web Site http://www.quintgallery.com
   
Contact Nina Howard  
Fee
Reception Date 5-20-0
Dates Starts On 5-20-2017   Ends On 8-26-2017
Opening Days MAY 20 – JULY 8, 2017 SATURDAY, MAY 20TH: OPENING RECEPTION FROM 6-8PM
Opening Time 11:00 A.M.
Event Description Quint Projects is pleased to announce an exhibition of new work by San Diego based artist ROBERT IRWIN. The opening reception will take place on Saturday, May 20th from 11am-1pm and is open to the public. Irwin's new series, DRAWINGS, are not actually "drawings" in the traditional sense of the word. These drawings are variations of the fluorescent light works that Irwin has been working on for the past ten years. The distinction is that these sculptures are not wired for electricity and, thus, do not emit light. Looking at these works, one slowly forgets that they are light fixtures and begins to perceive them as purely abstract sculptures. The “drawings” consist of glass, painted metal, transparent/opaque gels, pinstripes, deep shadows, and a hard edge sensibility – giving the work an aggressive delicacy. By taking the utility out of the material, Irwin’s drawings call back to artists like Jasper Johns, who has used the light bulb as a motif. In reviewing an exhibition of John's light bulbs, critic Robert Pincus wrote: “There is something strange about these objects, beautifully made but emotionally deadpan. They are wholly like the everyday thing and yet different than it. They slyly exploit the gap between the thing and the sculptural representation of it."
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