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SDVAN Monthly Message for Jan 2024
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Dear SDVAN Visitors, Art Resources and Artists,

Don't ask what it means or what it refers to. Don't ask what the work is. Rather, see what the work does. – The twelve and last quote from Eva Hesse

 Our current banner is in support of Challenging the Inner Critic , clay workshop led by Ellen Speert and Cheryl Tall on how to hand build a representation of the voice that shouts or whispers unwanted messages, bringing the opportunity to quiet (if not totally silence) her is on Jan 13 from 9 to 5 in Encinitas And leter in Jauary, we are happy to support the . David Zapf Collection at Phes Gallery from Jan 21 – Feb 17. Opening Sun. Jan 21, 1- 4 pm will benefit the Zapf family. Artists include David Baze, Johnny Coleman, Raul Guerrero, DeLoss McGraw, and Philipp Scholz Rittermann.

A+ Art Blog: 2024 State of the Arts by Patricia Frischer

Art Resource Focus:
The Studio Door Unleashed by Patric Stillman

New SmArt Collector:
Trends from Artpser in 2023/2024
This is a summary overview of the 2023 Art Market report on global collecting by Art Basel & UBS. The report is based on surveyed High Net Worth Individuals (HNWIs), described as “those with disposable household financial assets of over $1 million in 2023 who purchased work over $10k.

Read the entire  RAW column  for December 2023

OPPORTUNITIES (click to see a list of all current opportunities listed on SDVAN)

The San Diego Visual Arts Network and Mission Fed ArtWalk are please to again off The Business of Art Scholarship for the 2024 Mission Fed ArtWalk in Little Italy on April 27 and 28. The scholarship will be awarded to one emerging visual artist who has a body of work to be shown and sold at the event. To apply for The Business of Art Scholarship, kindly fill out this two-page application and submit it along with five photographs of five artworks created by you to sean@artwalksandiego.org by 5:00 pm, January 12, 2024. Applications will be reviewed by The Business of Art Scholarship partners and one scholarship recipient will be announced in early 2024.

Calling all artists teachers! The new Pacific View Arts Center, part o fhte Coity of Encinitas Art Program is asking for innovative and exciting new visual arts courses for their soft launch in the summer of 2024. Classes that speak to sustainability and inclusion and that include a variety of cultures would be welcome. Healing Arts, fiber arts, printing making, all painting mediums and genres are included plus whatever you can invent that can be accommodated! Lectures, workshops, series of studio classes are all possible. The center is for all the arts, so courses that cross over from dance, music, drama, spoken word are also considered. The application gives you more details and they have newly made it super easy to pay for inexpensive liability insurance. Get your application in by mid-January and start a discussion with the arts programming department. If your class is too large (approx. over 17) for Pacific View, they can fit you into another Encinitas class room facility. It could be a class on using natural materials to make your own watercolors, using thrift store find to make cosplay costumes, Classes/lectures could deal with upcycling, legacy, belonging, experimentation, commemoration, renewals, monetizing your art…if you have a theme suitable for Encinitas, go for it! More info: Jess Roberts 760633.2745

F1VEart Studio & Gallery at Liberty station is renting their front gallery space in Feb, April, June August and Oct in 2023 for two weeks each for a fee of $300 for Southern Californian artists. This generously includes a studio space for the two weeks with no commission on work sold. Contact: f1ve@f1veart.com

Bread & Salt 2024 Artist in Residence program awards residencies to local, national and international artists each year. Residencies of three months include studio and gallery space. Artists selected for this program are at all stages in their careers and work in all media. Deadline Dec 31.

Art Produce 2024 Artist in Residence also has a deadline is Dec. 31. Residencies are project based, intended to support development of new work or on-going works. Artists in any discipline and at any stage of their careers may apply. Residencies are scheduled March-September and vary in length from several weeks to several months.

Oceanside Theater’s next call for artist will launch Dec 20 with the theme Black Perspective - Community, Family, Heritage. These exhibitions are always themed with the performances.Make sure and join their mailing list to get notices.

The Studio Door is making a call for artwork that represents the many faces of the Crow in reality and fantasy. The Crow Show 2024 from March 1 - 30, 2024 is jurored by Patric Stillman with a deadline for applications of Jan 31, 2024. Other deadlines include Proud+ 2024 (7th national exhibition of LGBTQIA+ visual arts) July 2 - Aug 3, 2024 with application deadline: May 28 and Liberated Forms is seeking artwork that represents body and sex positive visual art and is a celebration of Diversity and Desire, 2024 from August 8 - 31, with applications deadline July 6, 2024. More info: forallweknow@thestudiodoor.com 619-255-2867

REMEMBER:

 There were 250 submission to the cycle being reviewed by World Design Capitol 2024 Programs and San Diego Tijuana WDC Design Council which is composed of a diverse group of community members and leaders in design. December 4 is the date they will notify applicants of their status. They also announced their plans to launch a new opportunity called the WDC 2024 Community-Driven Design Grants Program. This program aims to support local organizations and businesses in delivering community-driven design activities that engage diverse communities across the city and align with the objectives and outcomes of WDC 2024. The grant opportunity guidelines and proposal applications are now available and due Jan 31, 2024.

Submissions are now open until Jan 28th for OMA’s fourth Teeny Tiny Art Mart. is on! Create your 5" x 5" miniature masterpiece for a great cause. All works will be sold for $25 to help spread the word that art is for everyone with 100% of the proceeds helping to support OMA’s education initiatives.

National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) in a partnership with South Arts and in collaboration with the other five U.S. Regional Arts Organizations, ArtsHERE will provide non-matching grant support for organizations that will strengthen grantees’ capacity to sustain meaningful community engagement and increase arts participation for underserved groups/communities. Ninety-give nonprofit organizations will get grants between $65,000 to $130,000. The deadline to submit a statement of interest is Fri, Jan19, 2024. Visit ArtsHERE.org   to apply. 

The Department of Art, Media, and Design at California State University San Marcos accepts applications on an on-going basis for their pool of part-time lecturers in Art and Visual Culture as well as Digital and Media Arts . Salary is commensurate with credential and experience.

You can see a list of Upcoming, Ongoing events and Virtual events always listed on SDVAN and our App map .

Remember Your donations are fully tax deductible SDVAN is a 100% volunteer organization with no brick and mortar overheads and so all your donations go to our programming needs. We also remind you that money given to SDVAN is money given to help the visual arts in the entire region of San Diego prosper and be recognized as a vibrant and creative resource. Please consider becoming more involved with SDVAN by giving of your time, expertise, and with you r donations . Those of you who can give $25 of more will be listed on the permanent sponsor page .  Feel free to contact us with suggestions or questions .

With kindest regards,

Patricia Frischer coordinator, SDVAN, patricia@sdvisualarts.net 760.943.0148

On a personal note:
Thank you to all that attended the SDVAN Holiday Potluck Lunch. It was splendid to see old friends and meet new colleagues. The food was outrageously good as always. There were a few forgotten items (a silver dish, a purple platter and a hand knit sweater vest) so if you are missing anything let me know. All the left-over accessory items have now gone to the Senior Hospice Charity Shop in Encinitas. I first suggested taking it to the Animal charity shop in Cardiff until someone asked me why a cat when need silver high heels!

Please SAVE the DATE: On Thurs. Jan 25 from 10 to12:30, there will be a united county-wide presentation of the results of the Arts and Economic Prosperity 6 report at the Museum of Photographic Arts . Seven local cities and 2 cultural districts gathered data for this national study. Randy Cohen from Americans for the Arts will make the key note speech and there will be a panel discussion.

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SDVAN Monthly Message for February, 2024
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Dear SDVAN Visitors, Art Resources and Artists,

 Form is beautiful because it helps us meet our worst fear, the suspicion that life may be chaos and therefore our suffering is without meaning. Robert Adams

Our banner is in support of a united county-wide presentation of the results of the Arts and Economic Prosperity 6 report at the Museum of Photographic Arts: The Unveiling Impact of AEP6: A Morning of Arts and Culture . Seven local cities and 2 cultural districts gathered data for this national study. Randy Cohen from Americans for the Arts will make the key note speech with a panel discussion. Thurs. Jan 25 10 to 12:30. Free but RSVP .

Art Reports by or about SDVAN by local writers

David Zapf Collection at Phes Gallery from Jan 21 – Feb 17 Picked RAW Peeled by Patricia Frischer
The Literati Influence on Contemporary Chinese Art Picked RAW Peeled by Patricia Frischer
Artists and Musicians Fill in the [BLANK] at St. Paul’s Cathedral Picked RAW Peeled by Lonnie Burstein Hewitt. Photos by Maurice Hewitt
20th SDVAN/ Synergy Anniversary, Ranch and Coast Magazine, Jan 2024

Art Resource Focus: Synergy Arts Foundation by Naomi Nussbaum

Read the entire  RAW column  for January 2024

OPPORTUNITIES (click to see a list of all current opportunities listed on SDVAN)

Arts: A Reason to Survive (ARTS') Board of Directors is leading a search for the next Executive Director & CEO. James Halliday has left that position after a wonderful period of energizing the organization.

Art on 30 th is making a call for artists for Red Hot Regional Show at the Ashton Gallery. Submit by Fri, Jan 26 th for this February show that celebrates red and is jurored by artist Jason Humphrey. Entry Fee: 2 for $35, 4 for $45.

The World Capitol Design SD/TJ 2024 is hiring for an expanded team. Communications & Marketing Intern- Photographer , Videographer & Editor, and Project Manager . Deadline to apply is Feb 1 so submit your resume, portfolio, and a cover to wdc@wdc2024.org .

It looks like the Hilton in Carlsbad is looking for a new Sales Gallery Coordinator . Art History is one of the skills required although the skills don’t seem all related to art galleries duties. It is full time, onsite employment.

Size Matters is Medium Photo’s annual juried exhibition celebrating small works in photography including a $1000 Purchase Prize with additional awards up to $500. Works under 10” long with all 3D photo-based works to daguerreotypes, archival inkjet prints, cyanotypes welcome. Juried by Crista Dix of the Griffin Museum in Winchester, MA, on view April 2-30 at the Athenaeum Music and Arts Center in Barrio Logan. Submissions due Feb 11.

The UC San Diego Qualcomm Institute (QI)’s Initiative for Digital Exploration of Arts and Sciences (IDEAS) is now accepting proposals for its 2024 season to propose works that push the boundaries of their disciplines. Submission for the $1500 grant is due by Feb 15 but only open to UC San Diego faculty, alumni, and graduate and undergraduate students. More info: call for proposals online.

The California Art Education Association (CAEA) is holding their Annual K-8 Student Exhibition from Feb 26 to Mar 26 at the Carmel Public Library. Delivery of art is due Feb 22.

REMEMBER:

San Diego Natural History Museum is looking for a new Volunteer Coordinator. This is a part-time on-site job that pays $21 - $23/hr.

Studio Ace is looking for a Shop Manager at $18 - $22. This position will be responsible for the running of their community gift shop, working collaboratively with the Studio ACE Gallery and Education segments of the organization.

AFROTURE is a photography and lens-based art event that amplifies Afro-Diasporan work. Submissions for I See You: Beauty Through The Black Len s are due Jan. 31. The exhibit is Feb. 24 at Luxe Gallery at City College.

Calling all artist teachers!  The new Pacific View Arts Center part of the  City of Encinitas Art Program  is asking for innovative and exciting new visual arts courses for their soft launch in the summer of 2024. Classes that speak to sustainability and inclusion and that include a variety of cultures would be welcome. Healing Arts, fiber arts, printing making, all painting mediums and genres are included plus whatever you can invent that can be accommodated!  Lectures, workshops, series of studio classes are all possible.  The center is for all the arts, so courses that cross over from dance, music, drama, spoken word are also considered. The  application  gives you more details and they have newly made it super easy to pay for inexpensive liability insurance. Get your application in by mid-January and start a discussion with the arts programming department. If your class is too large (approx. over 17) for Pacific View, they can fit you into another Encinitas class room facility. It could be a class on using natural materials to make your own watercolors, using thrift store find to make cosplay costumes, Classes/lectures could deal with upcycling, legacy, belonging, experimentation, commemoration, renewals, monetizing your art…if you have a theme suitable for Encinitas, go for it!  More info:  Jess Roberts  760633.2745

F1VEart Studio & Gallery  at Liberty station is renting their front gallery space in Feb, April, June August and Oct in 2023 for two weeks each for a fee of $300 for Southern Californian artists.  This generously includes a studio space for the two weeks with no commission on work sold. Contact:  f1ve@f1veart.com  

The Studio Door  is making a call for artwork that represents the many faces of the Crow in reality and fantasy. The Crow Show 2024 from March 1 - 30, 2024 is jurored by Patric Stillman with a deadline for  applications  of Jan 31, 2024. Other deadlines include Proud+ 2024 (7th national exhibition of LGBTQIA+ visual arts) July 2 - Aug 3, 2024 with application deadline: May 28 and Liberated Forms is seeking artwork that represents body and sex positive visual art and is a celebration of Diversity and Desire, 2024 from  August 8 - 31, with  applications  deadline July 6, 2024. More info:  forallweknow@thestudiodoor.com  619-255-2867

There were than 250 submissions to this cycle being reviewed by World Design Capitol 2024 Programs and  San Diego Tijuana WDC Design Council  which is composed of a diverse group of community members and leaders in design. They also announced their plans to launch a new opportunity called the WDC 2024 Community-Driven Design Grants Program. This program aims to support local organizations and businesses in delivering community-driven design activities that engage diverse communities across the city and align with the objectives and outcomes of WDC 2024. The  grant opportunity guidelines and proposal applications  are now available and due Jan 31, 2024.

Submissions  are now open until Jan 28th for OMA’s fourth Teeny Tiny Art Mart. is on! Create your 5" x 5" miniature masterpiece for a great cause. All works will be sold for $25 to help spread the word that art is for everyone with 100% of the proceeds helping to support OMA’s education initiatives.  

With kindest regards,

Patricia Frischer coordinator, SDVAN, patricia@sdvisualarts.net 760.943.0148

On a personal note:

 I am looking forward to seeing as many of your as possible at the MOPA where the results of the County wide Arts and Economic Prosperity report will be announced. The Unveiling Impact of AEP6: A Morning of Arts and Culture . Join me at 10 am for coffee and a pastry. Thurs. Jan 25 10 to 12:30. Free but RSVP .

Find time to visit David Zapf Collection at Phes Gallery until Feb 17, with a walk through Sat . Jan 27 at 5 pm to learn more about the work and put a bid on the art for sale. The closing reception and announcement of silent auction results on Sat. Feb 17th.

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SDVAN Monthly Message for March 2024
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Dear SDVAN Visitors, Art Resources and Artists,

Aethetics are higher than ethics. Oscar Wilde

Our banner this month is in support of Octavia E. Butler: Seeding Futures at the New Children’s Museum is aroom-sized installation inspired by Butler’s story to imagine worldmaking in fantastical ways to adapt to and shape change in the future. Opens March 7 th.

See It Now: A Sensory Extravaganza in Escondido Picked RAW Peeled By Lonnie Burstein Hewitt.
The Russell Lecture: Elliott Hundley - Too much? Picked RAW Peeled by Patricia Frischer
Octopi + AI @ Gallery QI Picked RAW Peeled By Lonnie Burstein Hewitt.
Sign, sign, everywhere a sign
Picked Ripe: Words and Photos by Lonnie Burstein Hewitt
Superflex: Beyond the End of the World and Artists in Conversation at ICA San Diego / North Picked RAW Peeled by Patricia Frischer
Poetry in Motion: The wind-friendly sculptures of Jeffery Laudenslager
Encinitas Advocate and Picked RAW Peeled by Lonnie Burstein Hewitt, photos by Maurice Hewitt
Seen and Unseen at Oceanside Museum of Art
Picked RAW Peeled by Patricia Frischer
Korean Artistry Inside & Outside SDMA
Picked RAW Peeled By Lonnie Burstein Hewitt. Photos by Maurice Hewitt.
Art Unites Community Conversation: AI Art and the Future of AI
Picked RAW Peeledby Blanca Lucia Bergman
SDVAN Summary: Arts and Economic Prosperity 6 County-Wide Unveiling – Advocating locally for the Arts
Picked RAW Peeled by Patricia Frischer
SDVAN Summary: City of San Diego Creative Economy Report on Creative Business and Non-Profit Communities Picked RAW Peeled by Patricia Frischer
SDVAN Summary: Americans for the Arts Advocacy 101 - Advocating for the Arts in 2024
Picked RAW Peeled by Patricia
SDVAN Summary: Americans for the Arts Federal Appropriation Bills - Funding Earmarks for Arts and Culture
Picked RAW Peeled by Patricia Frischer

A+ Arts Blogs Why weren’t we asked?by Patricia Frischer and Silent Conversations by Patricia Frischer  
Art Resource Focus:
Institute of Contemporary Art by Jordan Karney Chaim

Read the entire  RAW column  for February 2024

OPPORTUNITIES (click to see a list of all current opportunities listed on SDVAN)

Art on 30 th is calling artists FreshRegional Exhibition jurored by artist and teacher Dot Renshaw at the Ashton Gallery in Hillcrest. Deadline for entry. March 1.

Space4Art has two studios available for rent this March, a private live/work studio for $2,225 pm, plus a brightly-lit, windowed work-only studio $485 pm Applicants must be San Diego-based and committed to participating in the Space 4 Art community. Preference will begiven to artists with a demonstrated commitment to a life in the arts and a community-based practice, regardless of whether this work is their sole source of income. Please Read FAQs for all the details.

It’s that time of year again for the 2024 Mission Trails Photo Contest . Adults plus categories for teens and even children 12 and younger with cash prizes. Entry deadline: April 1. This contest is for non-professional photographers only. Photos must be taken within Mission Trails Regional Park from an authorized trail. Selected photos on view at the Visitor Center from May 23 - July 7.  

Remember:

Congratulation to Jim Bliesner who will become the new San Diego Museum of Art Artist Guild president on July 1st. Jim was previously vice president. Angelika Villagrana will continue to do a sterling job as interim president until then. She let us know that there is a new deadline for the first every SDMA Artist Guild exhibition Live at the Museum of Photographic Arts at MOPA@SDMA Community Gallery. The juror is Dr. Hugh Davies, the show runs Nov 9 – March 9 2025 and the new deadline for submissions has to move to a much earlier date: Fri, March 15.

Escondido Community Foundation (part of the SD Foundation) has a new public art project ‘Art Speak: Escondido’. Part 1 of the proposal is the RFQs due Feb. 20. Organizations and artists that are moved forward through the RFQ process will be invited to submit a full proposal for art projects ranging from $15,000 to $50,000 by May 15. More info: Mike Peterson 619-732-0789 ext. 645

Calling all youth artists aged 5-18 for ArtReach’ s Dreams in Color for mini-masterpieces to exhibit at Mission Fed Artwalk  April 27th-28th. Submissions are due by April 5th directly to the ArtReach office and all donated pieces will be sold at with 100% of the proceeds supporting their mission to ignite youth creativity.

Creative Capital 2025 Grants open March 4. innovative and original new project proposals in visual arts, performing arts, film/moving image, technology, literature, multidisciplinary, and socially engaged forms. The deadline for submitting is April 4, 2024 at 4PM ET. Join a  live, virtual information session  on Wednes. March 6, at 1PM ET tolearn more about the Creative Capital Award.

You can see a list of Upcoming, Ongoing events and Virtual events always listed on SDVAN and our App map .

Remember Your donations are fully tax deductible SDVAN is a 100% volunteer organization with no brick and mortar overheads and so all your donations go to our programming needs. We also remind you that money given to SDVAN is money given to help the visual arts in the entire region of San Diego prosper and be recognized as a vibrant and creative resource. Please consider becoming more involved with SDVAN by giving of your time, expertise, and with you r donations . Those of you who can give $25 of more will be listed on the permanent sponsor page .  Feel free to contact us with suggestions or questions .

With kindest regards,

Patricia Frischer coordinator, SDVAN, patricia@sdvisualarts.net 760.943.0148

On a personal note:
A few of my friends are having shows coming up and I am excited to see Irene de Watteville at the Allied Craftsman show March 30 to August 18 and Ving Simpson’s show curated by Vallo Riberto now to May 12, both at Oceanside Museum of Art, plus Deanne Sabeck will be showing at RB Stevenson in La Jolla on March 16.

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SDVAN Monthly Message for April 2024
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Thomas Allen Topple
at Joseph Bellow Gallery online exhibition

Dear SDVAN Visitors, Art Resources and Artists,

I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn’t say any other way—things I had no words for. Georgia O’Keeffe

Our banner is in support of Ben Jay , the 2024 Professional Artist Scholarship Award sponsored by the San Diego Visual Arts Network andsupported by Mission Fed ArtWalk in Little Italyon April 27/28 near the corner of India and Cedar Street. Ben Jay is a spray can portrait artist who has lived in Pacific Beach and creates colorful large-scale pieces with culturally-relevant subjects. A creative visionary living with epilepsy, Ben’s art has evolved from being a bellwether for his own neurological healing, and grown through Blank Space Removal to provide portraiture plus artistic vision for local and nationwide agencies alike, such as the San Diego Epilepsy Foundation, the Bones Brigade Experience, and the George Floyd Memorial Center.

We lost two valuable members of our art community this month. Nate Wolfstein with his wife Ralyn are responsible for the Wolfstein Sculpture Park at the Scripps hospitals in Encinitas and La Jolla and five other locations. Their support for art in public places and for the Arts For Healing programs in hospital and healthcare facilities is legend. Nate was also known for his manufacturing of the first clear Heparin blood thinner used by millions with heart disease. During his long life, he brought joy to so many of us with his dapper style and great sense of humor. We can still celebrate life with Ralyn for which we are grateful. Rest in Peace, Nate Wolfstein

Their neighbor and close friend and painter Gerrit Greve was generous in his support of health centers, holding multiple sales of his work and that of his students with his Hearts for Healing, Arts for Heart, and Healing Waters projects. He was always helpful and willing to share his knowledge. He left an enormous legacy of art (rumors vary from 25 to 40,000 works). Pancreatic cancer took Gerrit far too soon. 

We are back! All of our resource and artist listings are again on our SDVAN calendar. The next 10 events are scrolling on our home page Our app is back as well and the events are appearing on our Google map. 

Now, please list all of your upcoming events. They will go out on the second and fourth Tuesday of the month in our emails. And be seen, of course, by all of our supporters then and online. 

Thank you so much for your patience as we upgrade our software due to an upgrade with our host. 

Art Report by or about SDVAN
La Jolla in March: Deanne Sabeck and David Ivan Clark, Peter Cochrane, Manny Farber & Patricia Patterson, Robert Irwin Picked RAW Peeled by Patricia Frischer
Keeping Oceanside Weird - Oceanside Museum of Art and Brooks Theater Gallery Picked RAW Peeled by Patricia Frischer
Mingei: La Frontera Jewelry and Over Under Woven Craft Picked RAW Peeled by Patricia Frischer
Pinar Yoldas: Synaptic Sculpture at ICA Central Balboa ParkPicked RAW Peeled by Patricia Frischer
Rosemary KimBal: Dancing Brush Demonstration at Art Night Encinitas Picked RAW Peeled by Patricia Frischer, Photos and Video by Kira Carrillo Corser

A+ Art Blog: Affordable Housing for Artists in your Cultural Districts and Patricia Frischer, Woman of Impact 2024

Art Resource Focus : Art Resource Focus: Thumbprint Gallery Preview 2024 by Paul Ecdoa

Read the entire  RAW column  for March 2024

OPPORTUNITIES (click to see a list of all current opportunities listed on SDVAN)

The City of San Diego is seeking applications for a Program Administrator  to administer arts and culture funding, manage funding award agreements and payment processes, and provide analysis on technical assistance to incubate and build capacity of artists and arts and culture organizations. This is labeled Public Art administrator but it is for funding. Application due April 15 th.

The North Coastal Arts Gallery (NCAG)is making a call for young artist grade 1-12 as part of the Inspire Youth art program. NCAG is managed by the Carlsbad Oceanside Art League. The deadline is April 14 th.

Brooks Theater Gallery in Oceanside continue to match art exhibition to theater performances. In April, the theme is mindful art, mental health support, love and understanding to go with the play Next to Normal. Submission only after April 13 to April 24th for showing May 3 to May 26. More info: Carol Naegele .

The Bonita Museum & Cultural Center is making a call for artists for Beyond the Bordersa cross-border exhibition highlighting plein air painters in our region.  The museum hosts a Plein air exhibition and paint outs in Bonita every year. This year there is a focus on celebrating painters and Plein air clubs in Baja, California and throughout Southern California. The juror for the exhibition is Jean Stern, Director Emeritus of the Irvine Museum. Exhibition dates are June 6 - June 24, 2024 with a deadline of May 31 st to submit.

Submit by April 4 for the next Ashton Gallery exhibition at Art on 30 th. Confetti is the theme so bring on the color and sparkle. The juror is Thao Huynh French , co-founder of Mindful Murals.​

Mission Trails Photo Contest for non-professional photographers only is due by April 1 st. Winners will be on view at the Visitor Center from May 23 - July 7, 2024. All qualifying entries will be featured on the MTRP website beginning on May 23, 2024. Learn more about photo contest details or click here to upload your favorite MTRP photo .

The San Diego Watercolor Society 8 th annual Plein Air Exhibition 2024 is making a current call for artist. The show is jurored by artist Suang Li and runs July 3 to July 31. Deadline for entry is April 26 th.

The Imperial Beach Arts Bureau and Library invite South Bay Artists to submit to their Spring 2024 , Call for Art. Spring is rebirth, awakening, change. Guest juror is Galina Marcus , Artist & Founder of the San Diego Art Directory. Submission deadline: Fri., May 3rd. Exhibition June 1 st from1-3pm in the Community Room of the IB Library. More info: Dave Frink 858-761-4242.

Want to win a chance to win a 30 minute 1:1 Art Portfolio Audit meeting with Sonya Sparks from Sparks Gallery (virtual; $140 value)? Contact her before March 31 st to get a list of questions about the biggest challenge you face working with galleries, answer and be entered into a draw.

Oceanside Civic Center Public Library is proud to partner with NSDC NAACP to curate an art exhibition Juneteenth: Creative Freedom centered around the celebration of the local Black artist community and visibility for BIPOC artists in public facing art spaces. Artwork will be on display June 7th-July 5 th and opening reception June 14th from 4:30-6pm. Submit your online application by May 24th.

Remember:

The 32 nd Athenaeum Annual Juried Exhibition will open their call for artists online the first week of April. The Juror this year is Armando Pulido, Writer and Curatorial Assistant at Lucas Museum of Narrative Art in Los Angeles. The show is on view from July 30 to Sept 28.

For the first time The Oceanside Arts & Culture Grant Program allocates a total of $100,000 for arts and culture initiatives citywide. Grants are available in amounts of $1,000, $2,500, $5,000, or $10,000, supporting diverse programs across the city. Please review  program guidelines  and  panel scoring rubric  before beginning the application process. Application deadline is April 1.

Oceanside Cultural Arts Foundation (OCAF) Scholarships are presented to graduating high school seniors seeking to further their education in the Visual Arts seeking to further their education in visual arts paintings, sculptures, stained glass, ceramics, fine jewelry, digital media, and photography. Applications are due on May1.  

San Diego Made Factory had terrible water damage in the January floods but they are still hoping to have their April marketplace. You can apply on their vendor page and help them to recover.

Calling all youth artists aged 5-18 for ArtReach’ s Dreams in Color for mini-masterpieces to exhibit at Mission Fed Artwalk  April 27th-28th. Submissions are due by April 5th directly to the ArtReach office and all donated pieces will be sold at with 100% of the proceeds supporting their mission to ignite youth creativity.

Creative Capital 2025 Grants open March 4. innovative and original new project proposals in visual arts, performing arts, film/moving image, technology, literature, multidisciplinary, and socially engaged forms. The deadline for submitting is April 4, 2024 at 4PM ET. Join a  live, virtual information session  on Wednes. March 6, at 1PM ET tolearn more about the Creative Capital Award.

You can see a list of Upcoming, Ongoing events and Virtual events always listed on SDVAN and our App map .

Remember Your donations are fully tax deductible SDVAN is a 100% volunteer organization with no brick and mortar overheads and so all your donations go to our programming needs. We also remind you that money given to SDVAN is money given to help the visual arts in the entire region of San Diego prosper and be recognized as a vibrant and creative resource. Please consider becoming more involved with SDVAN by giving of your time, expertise, and with you r donations . Those of you who can give $25 of more will be listed on the permanent sponsor page .  Feel free to contact us with suggestions or questions .

With kindest regards,

Patricia Frischer coordinator, SDVAN, patricia@sdvisualarts.net 760.943.0148

On a personal note:
I am pleased to report that Assemblymember Tasha Boerner of the 77 th District has kindly selected me as her annual Women of Impact for the Arts and Culture Award for my work with San Diego Visual Arts Network. The award highlights extraordinary women in the district in a variety of categories who are leaving lasting impacts. I was thrilled to accept this award on March 16 th. Check out the video of the speeches. Mine starts at minute 18.

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SDVAN Monthly Message for May 2024
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Maxx Moses
part of the Studio Door’s 10 th Anniversary celebration.

Dear SDVAN Visitors, Art Resources and Artists,

It is very pleasant to be praised, but it doesn’t actually help you. Francis Bacon

Our banner this month is in support of The Studio Door’s 10 th Anniversary is celebrating with past and present artists Hyacinthe Baron, Patrick N. Brown, Brian Hicks, Maxx Moses, Nancy Plank, Chris Smith and Kenda Francis Also including: Miguel Camacho-Padilla, Andrea Overturf, Cassandra Schramm. Dedicated to Patric Stillman’s mother-in-law, the fused glass artist Evelyn Loss who recently passed, a cheerful face seen regularly at The Studio Door. Showing May 2 - 29, 2024.

Art Report by or about SDVAN

Forecast Form: Art in the Caribbean Diaspora at Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego Picked RAW Peeled by Patricia Frischer
DrumatiX Puts the Spring in Springtime Picked RAW Peeledby Lonnie Burstein Hewitt. Photos by Maurice Hewitt.
Exploring the Importance of Roots in Our Lives at PHES Gallery Picked RAW Peeled by Lonnie Burstein Hewitt. Photos by Maurice Hewitt

‘War and Peace’ Musical at Cygnet Theatre Would Make Tolstoy Dance.
Picked RAW Peeled By Lonnie Burstein Hewitt, Photos by Maurice Hewitt
Allied Craftsmen of San Diego: Hands On Design at Oceanside Museum of ArtPicked RAW Peeled by Patricia Frischer
Adventures in WOW Land
Picked RAW Peeled By Lonnie Burstein Hewitt with Photos by Maurice Hewitt  unless otherwise noted.
Art Matters: Art Work is Real Work
Picked RAW Peeled by Patricia Frischer
Pacific View Art Center Progress report Spring, 2024
, Picked RAW Peeled by Rosemary KimBal and Patricia Frischer

A+ Art Blog: Public Art: A cry from the heart. by Patricia Frischer

Read the entire  RAW column  for April 2024

OPPORTUNITIES (click to see a list of all current opportunities listed on SDVAN)

Sparks Gallery in downtown San Diego in collaboration with Society of North American Goldsmiths’ (SNAG) 51st Conference has come up with a very interesting idea for an evening of fun and glamour. You can tell them about a special piece of jewelry, and if you are selected you will be invited to model that piece for one night on June 6 th from 5 to 8pm. Write up your story, take 3 photos of it and submit it by May 1 st. The better the story and the wearable art, the better your chances to participate in this Jewelry Show . (please note correction on the date, June 6 th)

The Fallbrook School of Art is looking for a new Art Director with full responsibilities for running the entire school. This is a 30 hour a week job M-F from 9 to 3 that pays $30 an hour. More info: info@fallbrookschoolofthearts.org

The California Arts Council Grant Season has started and there are three pages of grants to review. New for the 2024 grant season is the Grants Manual a 35-page document that helps you through the process. Grant application until June 4 th.


North Coastal Art Gallery in Carlsbad is making a call for its 72nd Fine Art Open Awards show . Open to all California artist to apply. Submission deadline July 17, Open Aug 4 th. Reception Sun. Aug 11 from 3-5pm. More info: Cheryl Ehlers 760-434-8497

Note: New Deadline - Brooks Theater Gallery in Oceanside continue to match art exhibition to theater performances. In April, the theme is Mindful art: Mental Health Illuminated to show support, love and understanding to go with the play Next to Normal. Submission only until April 11 for showing May 3 to May 26. More info: Carol Naegele .

The Studio Door   is seeking artwork that expresses authentic, diverse viewpoints from the LGBTQIA+ experience.  Show them what your Pride looks like. The juror Michael Swank is the mastermind behind Mexico City’s Art Gallery Studio and producer of Bureau of Queer Art. 7 th Annual Pride+ deadline: May 28 and showing July 2 - August 3. A reminder from Patric Stillman: Pride Festival Art Booth and Installation Pride Art in the Park . San Diego Pride Dates: July 20 th/21 st.

A brand new posting for a full time job as Arts Program Coordinator for the City of Encinitas Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts. The Arts Coordinator's duties include but are not limited to customer service, opening/closing events, answering phones, daily shipping, billing, data entry, checking-in and tagging inventory, coordinating with artists, performers and vendors, hanging artwork, gallery errands and all aspects of inventory and supply management. There is a salary between $56,929.60 - $80,121.60 annually but do note: applications are due May 5.

The City of Encinitas Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts is calling for two in house staff teachers that can create some basic curriculum and run classes in any gaps that are not filled by contract instructors. Visuals Arts Staff Teaching Artists $18.37 - $23.39 Hourly. Applications will be reviewed starting April 15. More info:  Collette Murphy   760-633-2767

And note that he ongoing call for teaching artists from the City of Encinitas Art Program   is still active and asking for innovative and exciting new visual arts courses for their soft launch this year. Classes that speak to sustainability and inclusion and that include a variety of cultures would be welcome. Lectures, workshops, series of studio classes are all possible.  It could be a class on using natural materials to make your own watercolors or using thrift store find to make cosplay costumes for example. The center is for all the arts, so courses that cross over from dance, music, drama, spoken word are also considered. The   application   gives you more details. Start a discussion with the arts programming department and go for it!  More info:  Collette Murphy   760-633-2767

Two new posted we saw on KPBS: Submissions are open for a Mother's Day-inspired pop-up art show, Lo Que Me Dijo Mi Amá at Athenaeum Art Center. Submit your work by May 3 for the May 11 exhibition.

ArtReach , the educational nonprofit co-founded by ArtWalk’s Sandi Cottrell and her sister Judy Burman is seeking new board members to help guide this dynamic, growing organization, into the future.  If interested, fill out the ArtReach Board Interest Form  by May 31st.More info: info@artreachsandiego.org .

Art on 30 th has a deadline of May 10 for Mixin' It Up! Regional Exhibition of mixed media. Jurors are the art collectors Mary & Ken Hotelling.

NTC Foundation at Arts District Liberty Station is seeking emerging visual artists from the San Diego/Northern Baja region to complete a 6-month residency at a rent-free studio within ARTS DISTRICT Liberty Station. More info: info@ntcfoundation.org 619.573.9300

Remember:

The 32 nd Athenaeum Annual Juried Exhibition will open their call for artists online the first week of April. The Juror this year is Armando Pulido, Writer and Curatorial Assistant at Lucas Museum of Narrative Art in Los Angeles. The show is on view from July 30 to Sept 28.

Oceanside Cultural Arts Foundation (OCAF) Scholarships are presented to graduating high school seniors seeking to further their education in the Visual Arts seeking to further their education in visual arts paintings, sculptures, stained glass, ceramics, fine jewelry, digital media, and photography. Applications are due on May1.  

The San Diego Watercolor Society 8 th annual Plein Air Exhibition 2024 is making a current call for artist. The show is jurored by artist Suang Li and runs July 3 to July 31. Deadline for entry is April 26th.

The Imperial Beach Arts Bureau and Library invite South Bay Artists to submit to their Spring 2024 , Call for Art. Spring is rebirth, awakening, change. Guest juror is Galina Marcus , Artist & Founder of the San Diego Art Directory. Submission deadline: Fri., May 3rd. Exhibition June 1 st from1-3pm in the Community Room of the IB Library. More info: Dave Frink 858-761-4242.

Oceanside Civic Center Public Library is proud to partner with NSDC NAACP to curate an art exhibition Juneteenth: Creative Freedom centered around the celebration of the local Black artist community and visibility for BIPOC artists in public facing art spaces. Artwork will be on display June 7th-July 5 th and opening reception June 14th from 4:30-6pm. Submit your online application by May 24th.

The Bonita Museum & Cultural Center is making a call for artists for  Beyond the Borders a cross-border exhibition highlighting plein air painters in our region.  The museum hosts a Plein air exhibition and paint outs in Bonita every year. This year there is a focus on celebrating painters and Plein air clubs in Baja, California and throughout Southern California. The juror for the exhibition is Jean Stern, Director Emeritus of the Irvine Museum. Exhibition dates are June 6 - June 24, 2024 with a deadline of May 31 st to submit.

You can see a list of Upcoming, Ongoing events and Virtual events always listed on SDVAN and our App map .

Remember Your donations are fully tax deductible SDVAN is a 100% volunteer organization with no brick and mortar overheads and so all your donations go to our programming needs. We also remind you that money given to SDVAN is money given to help the visual arts in the entire region of San Diego prosper and be recognized as a vibrant and creative resource. Please consider becoming more involved with SDVAN by giving of your time, expertise, and with you r donations . Those of you who can give $25 of more will be listed on the permanent sponsor page .  Feel free to contact us with suggestions or questions .

With kindest regards,

Patricia Frischer coordinator, SDVAN, patricia@sdvisualarts.net 760.943.0148

On a personal note:

Save the date: North County Arts Network Networking Event on Thursday, May 30 from 9:30 to 11 am at the Brooks Theater (217 N Coast Hwy, Oceanside, CA 92054). It is time to gather and exchange ideas for the future of North County Arts and Culture. Information will be presented about AB812, the new Cultural District bill that allows affordable housing for artists. Summaries of the Arts and Economic Prosperity report and progress from the new SD County Commission for Arts and Culture and San Diego Art Matters will be hot topics. This meeting is for arts organization and local arts agencies leaders and their staff. Please RSVP .

Remember: Ben Jay , the 2024 Professional Artist Scholarship Award sponsored by the San Diego Visual Arts Network andsupported by Mission Fed ArtWalk is in Little Italyon April 27/28 near the corner of India and Cedar Street. Ben Jay is a spray can portrait artist living with epilepsy, Ben’s art has evolved from being a bellwether for his own neurological healing, and grown through Blank Space Removal to provide portraiture plus artistic vision for local and nationwide agencies alike. MissionFed ArtWalk is sold out but you can still apply for ArtWalk @ Liberty Station, August 5 & 6, 2023 - Zapp Application and ArtWalk Carlsbad, September 9 & 10, 2023 - Zapp Application

Techne Art Center in Oceanside presents Afterburner, a group show curated by Chuck Thomas featuring some of our favorite artists including artists Tim Murdoch, Sasha Koozel Reibstein, Allison Renshaw amongst many more. Opening Sat April 27, 5 to 8 pm. and showing until July 20. More info: chuckthomas@techneartcenter.com 9179721752.

San Diego County Arts and Culture Commission  is launching its First Anniversary strategic plan on April 25 from 9 am to 10:30 at the Soap Factory (2995 Commercial Street, SD 92113) All are invited to RSVP .

Oceanside Arts Commission, Oceanside Public Library, and Oceanside CA Cultural District invite you to attend the O’Arts: Creative Community Impact event on May 3, 2024, 3-5 pm at the Seabird Hotel. They will share the City of Oceanside's appreciation and recognition for the impact of local artists, advocates, and organizers within the arts & culture sector.

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SDVAN Monthly Message for June 2024
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Art Resource Focus: SDVAN New Grant by Patricia Frischer


Dear SDVAN Visitors, Art Resources and Artists,
 

I think a painter has two choices – he paints the world or himself. Phillip Guston

Special notice Change of date: Our banner this month is in support of North County Arts Network Networking Event on Thursday, June 6 from 9:30 to 11 am at the Sunshine Brooks Theater (217 N Coast Hwy, Oceanside, CA 92054). It is time to gather and exchange ideas for the future of North County Arts and Culture. Information will be presented about AB812 by Tracy Hudak of CA for the Arts, the new Cultural District bill that allows affordable housing for artists. Summaries of the Arts and Economic Prosperity report and progress from the new SD County Commission for Arts and Culture and San Diego Art Matters will be hot topics.  This meeting is for arts organization and local arts agencies leaders and their staff. Please RSVP .

CA for the Arts is making a call for us to rally against the 58% cut to the CA Arts Council budget. Please follow the instructions in the link and add your name to the advocacy letter. Read more about this A+ Art Blog: State Funding Proposed Cut for the Arts by Patricia Frischer

Art Report by or about SDVAN

Jasper Johns: Drawings and Prints at San Diego Museum of Art Picked RAW Peeled by Patricia Frischer
San Diego Natural History Museum: We don’t feel a day over 149
Picked RAW Peeled by Patricia Frischer
Airport Art: Flying High Again
Picked RAW Peeled by Lonnie Burstein Hewitt. Photos by Maurice Hewitt
Afterburner has After Effects at Techne Art Center, Oceanside Picked RAW Peeled by Patricia Frischer
Happy Anniversary, SD County Arts Commission…and many more! Picked RAW Peeled by Patricia Frischer
World Design Capitol 2024 SD/TJ Demystified
Picked RAW Peeled by Patricia Frischer

Meet Patricia Frischer
SD Voyager

A+ Art Blog: State Funding Proposed Cut for the Arts by Patricia Frischer

Read the entire  RAW column  for May 2024

OPPORTUNITIES (click to see a list of all current opportunities listed on SDVAN)

MainStreet Oceanside and North County Transit District are seeking an Art Coordinator to lead the transformation of the Oceanside Transit Center pedestrian tunnel into a public art landmark, with a $10,000 compensation. Established in 2016, the Art that Excites public art initiative aims to transform Downtown Oceanside into a public art destination through the creation of unique, visually captivating large-scale art. Submission due date Fri. June 14.

The City of Vista’s Public Arts Commission invites artists to participate in a special PRIDE Exhibit at the Civic Center Art Gallery to celebrate Pride Month 2024. This is a fantastic opportunity to showcase your original 2D and 3D artwork in the vibrant community of Vista. Submission deadline: Friday, May 31 with exhibition dates: June 10-June 28, 2024

Submission for World Design Experience - San Diego Design Week 2024 are open through June 17. They are looking for ideas for exhibitions, presentations, launches, talks, workshop, events or more in the theme of #Belonging, exploring our duty, and desire, to carve meaningful moments and spaces for radical inclusion, to bring people together and empower our community. The event is held September 18-25, 2024.

June 27 is the deadline for Flora and Fauna: Artist Alliance at TECHNE Art Center in Oceansidejuried by gallery owner Charles Thomas. The exhibition is Sept 7–Oct 5, 2024. Submit 20 images for $30 application fee.

The July Small Image Show at the Off Track Gallery owned and operated by the San Dieguito Art Guild in Encinitasis open to all Southern California artists including non-members.  Cash awards will be awarded for Best of Show and 1st place in each of 5 categories with a reception on Sat. June 29. Submission deadline is June 19 th, or once they reach 100 entries, so enter now. More info: OffTrackMonthlyShow@gmail.com

Art on 30 th is celebrating 10 years with a very down-home theme: BARNYARD . Help them honor over 100 juried art shows, 10 national shows, two books, and art classes for hundreds of growing artists with anything that pays tribute to the farm or any animals that may be on or near the farm. Juror is Katie McCloskey and due date is June14 for the exhibition 10th Anniversary Party + Opening Reception on Sat June 22nd, 4pm-7pm. Exhibit closing date July 19

The City of San Diego is seeking applications from artists to participate in Public Art/Public Sphere , a free three-day intensive for 25 selected artists interested in working in the public realm and competing for public art commissions. The intensive includes a particular focus on humanity-centered design related to place-based projects. The workshop is Saturdays: July 27 and August 3 and 10. Deadline to apply Friday, June 14

Remember:

The City of Carlsbad is seeking an artist(s) for a new permanent public art piece for a traffic circle located in the Barrio , the city’s first residential neighborhood, dating back to the early 1900s. Look at the public art summary and the call for artists qualifications , which is now open until June 24, 2024. To stay in the loop, sign up for email updates .

The California Arts Council Grant Season has started and there are three pages of grants to review. New for the 2024 grant season is the Grants Manual a 35-page document that helps you through the process. Grant application until June 4 th.

North Coastal Art Gallery in Carlsbad is making a call for its 72nd Fine Art Open Awards show . Open to all California artist to apply. Submission deadline July 17, Open Aug 4 th. Reception Sun. Aug 11 from 3-5pm. More info: Cheryl Ehlers 760-434-8497

The Studio Door   is seeking artwork that expresses authentic, diverse viewpoints from the LGBTQIA+ experience.  Show them what your Pride looks like. The juror Michael Swank is the mastermind behind Mexico City’s Art Gallery Studio and producer of Bureau of Queer Art. 7 th Annual Pride+ deadline: May 28 and showing July 2 - August 3. A reminder from Patric Stillman: Pride Festival Art Booth and Installation Pride Art in the Park . San Diego Pride Dates: July 20 th/21 st.

The City of Encinitas Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts is calling for two in house staff teachers that can create some basic curriculum and run classes in any gaps that are not filled by contract instructors. Visuals Arts Staff Teaching Artists $18.37 - $23.39 Hourly. Applications will be reviewed starting April 15. More info:  Collette Murphy   760-633-2767

The ongoing call for teaching artists from the City of Encinitas Art Program   is still active and asking for innovative and exciting new visual arts courses for their soft launch this year. Classes that speak to sustainability and inclusion and that include a variety of cultures would be welcome. Lectures, workshops, series of studio classes are all possible.  It could be a class on using natural materials to make your own watercolors or using thrift store find to make cosplay costumes for example. The center is for all the arts, so courses that cross over from dance, music, drama, spoken word are also considered. The   application   gives you more details. Start a discussion with the arts programming department and go for it!  More info:  Collette Murphy   760-633-2767

ArtReach , the educational nonprofit co-founded by ArtWalk’s Sandi Cottrell and her sister Judy Burman is seeking new board members to help guide this dynamic, growing organization, into the future.  If interested, fill out the ArtReach Board Interest Form  by May 31st. More info: info@artreachsandiego.org .

NTC Foundation at Arts District Liberty Station is seeking emerging visual artists from the San Diego/Northern Baja region to complete a 6-month residency at a rent-free studio within ARTS DISTRICT Liberty Station. More info: info@ntcfoundation.org 619.573.9300

The 32 nd Athenaeum Annual Juried Exhibition will open their call for artists online the first week of April. The Juror this year is Armando Pulido, Writer and Curatorial Assistant at Lucas Museum of Narrative Art in Los Angeles. The show is on view from July 30 to Sept 28. Deadline for applications is June 14.

The Bonita Museum & Cultural Center is making a call for artists for  Beyond the Borders a cross-border exhibition highlighting plein air painters in our region.  The museum hosts a Plein air exhibition and paint outs in Bonita every year. This year there is a focus on celebrating painters and Plein air clubs in Baja, California and throughout Southern California. The juror for the exhibition is Jean Stern, Director Emeritus of the Irvine Museum. Exhibition dates are June 6 - June 24, 2024 with a deadline of May 31 st to submit.  

You can see a list of Upcoming, Ongoing events and Virtual events always listed on SDVAN and our App map .

Remember Your donations are fully tax deductible SDVAN is a 100% volunteer organization with no brick and mortar overheads and so all your donations go to our programming needs. We also remind you that money given to SDVAN is money given to help the visual arts in the entire region of San Diego prosper and be recognized as a vibrant and creative resource. Please consider becoming more involved with SDVAN by giving of your time, expertise, and with you r donations . Those of you who can give $25 of more will be listed on the permanent sponsor page .  Feel free to contact us with suggestions or questions .

With kindest regards,

Patricia Frischer coordinator, SDVAN, patricia@sdvisualarts.net 760.943.0148

On a personal note:

Hope to see you at the North County Arts Network Networking Event on Thursday, June 6 from 9:30 to 11 am at the Sunshine Brooks Theater.

Please click this link to add your name to the advocacy letter CA for the Arts is making a call for us to rally against the 58% cut to the CA Arts Council budget.

You can attend a  LIFE  meeting at Mira Costa College in Oceanside on June 14 at 1 pm where I will give a State of the Arts lecture. Public Art, Civic Art, Arts Funding, and Cultural District will all be included as well as a selection of summer art events not to miss. 

One of my dearest friends Judy Freilich Roston won first place in this year’s San Diego Museum of Art Artist Guild Spring Exhibition.

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