Event Title
Songs of Earth, Sea, Fire, and Air by Ellen Speert
Name California Center for Creative Renewal
Address 1140 Oak Crest Park Drive
City Encinitas
State Ca
Zip 92024
Opening Hours 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Location North County Coastal
Telephone (760) 436-3310
Email ellen@artRETREATS.com
Web Site http://www.artretreats.com/
Contact Ellen Speert  
Fee Free.
Reception Date 3-17-0
Dates Starts On 3-17-2018   Ends On 3-17-2018
Opening Days March 7th - May 2nd
Opening Time 1:00 P.M.
Event Description The show can be seen January 23 - March 7, 2018 at Encinitas City Hall and at Encinitas Community Center March 7 - May 2, 2018. The reception on March 17 at the Community Center is from 1:00 - 4:00 PM and will feature spoken word artist Alyce Smith Cooper performing “ Songs of Earth, Sea, Fire & Air: The Mythic Journey of Zora”
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Event Title
christopher oleata Workshop Open House
Name oleatavision.com
Address 4941 Pacific Highway Building D
City San Diego
State CA
Zip 92110
Opening Hours Reception: Saturday March 17, 2018, 5pm -10pm, Regular hour: Weekdays 3-8 and weekends 8-4
Location Central San Diego
Telephone 858 414 5269
Email coleata@hotmail.com
Web Site http://oleatavision.com/new-exhibit-inyo-dwelling-place-great-spirit-saturday-march-17-5-10pm/
Contact christopher oleata  
Fee free
Reception Date 3-17-0
Dates Starts On 3-17-2018   Ends On 4-17-2018
Opening Days Regular hour: Weekdays 3-8 and weekends 8-4
Opening Time 5:00 P.M.
Event Description New Large Oil paintings inspired by the National Parks of the world
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Event Title
Survival is Insufficient
Name OMA
Address 704 Pier View Way Oceanside CA 92054
City Oceanside
State CA
Zip 92054
Opening Hours 10am daily
Location North County Coastal
Telephone (760) 435-3720
Email info@OMA.org
Web Site OMA-online.org
Contact OMA  
Fee Entrance if not member
Reception Date 3-17-0
Dates Starts On 3-17-2018   Ends On 8-5-2018
Opening Days
Opening Time : A.M.
Event Description Artwork by Maidy Morhous - Part of the Big Read partnership with Oceanside Public Library, this exhibition addresses the essential role the arts play in our lives. An essential concept of Station Eleven is that survival requires more than basic needs, that there is value in art and creative expression that makes it intrinsic to life. The artists invited to take part in this exhibition—Joan Backes, Joe Brubaker and the Exquisite Gardeners, Larry and Debby Kline, Maidy Morhous, Susan Osborn, Lori Pond, Marisol Rendon, and Cory Sewelson—use their artwork to visually express themes related to preserving culture in a dystopic landscape. These artists represent and utilize familiar objects, remnants of the built environment, and artifacts and icons of everyday life in an exploration of the cultural threads that tie us together.
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