Event Title
Special Event: Dali Dinner
Name Sparks Gallery
Address 530 Sixth Ave
City San Diego
State CA
Zip 92101
Opening Hours 7pm to 10pm
Location South San Diego
Telephone 619-696-1416
Email events@sparksgallery.com
Web Site http://www.sparksgallery.com
Contact Jessica Amaya  
Fee Fee:$120 per person till January 20th, January 21st and after ticket prices rise to $150 per person.
Reception Date 2-8-2018
Dates Starts On 2-8-2018   Ends On 2-8-2018
Opening Days
Opening Time 7:00 P.M.
Event Description Open to the Public / Ticket Required / 21+ ONLY THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8TH, 2018 7:00-10:00 PM In celebration of our surreal works on view, join us for an immersive dining experience with food and art presentations inspired by the culinary explorations of Salvador Dali. Food by MIHO Catering, Wine by The Rose Wine Bar, & styled by Hostess Haven. // Five course meal // Wine pairings // More to be announced Early Bird Tickets are available through January 20th for just $120 per person, all inclusive. Starting January 21st, ticket price will raise to $150. To see the menu and to purchase tickets, please visit https://sparksgallery.com/events/dali-dinner#more-11595 ***Limited to just 60 seats; 21+ Only. Tickets are selling fast FB: https://www.facebook.com/events/196191937600591/
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Event Title
Happenings in Three Parts
Name UC San Diego Visual Arts
Address 9500 Gilman Drive
City La Jolla
State CA
Zip 92093
Opening Hours Opening Reception: 7-9pm, Thursday, February 8th, 2018
Location North County Coastal
Telephone 8588227755
Email nlesley@ucsd.edu
Web Site http://visarts.ucsd.edu/events/happenings-three-parts
Contact Nick Lesley  
Fee Free
Reception Date 2-8-2018
Dates Starts On 2-8-2018   Ends On 3-15-2018
Opening Days
Opening Time 7:00 P.M.
Event Description Please join us for the opening reception of an exhibition featuring video documentation and accounts of Allan Kaprow's Happenings. As the inventor of Happenings in the late 1950s, Allan Kaprow has been variously described as an avant-garde revolutionary, a radical sociologist, a Zen(ish) monk, a progressive educator, and an anti-art theorist. But he must also be understood as an artist. While he will forever be associated with the improvisations of the early 1960s, Kaprows works have gradually moved from the public, spectacular features of the early Happenings toward a more genuinely participatory art in which the once privileged content of the artist gives way to the personal experience of the participant. Visual Arts Gallery @ Structural & Materials Engineering Building (SME)
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