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ART SCENE NEWSLETTER: LOTS OF ART THINGS & STUFF!

ART SCENE NEWSLETTER: LOTS OF ART THINGS & STUFF!

August 20, 2014

Hello and Good Morning! Do I have some art activities in store for you.


 

FALL’S TOP 2 FINE ART DESTINATIONS

ART SAN DIEGO 2014

NOVEMBER 6-9, 2014

BALBOA PARK ACTIVITY CENTER

2145 PARK BOULEVARD, SAN DIEGO, CA 92101

First Preview: Thursday, November 6/5-7pm

VIP Opening: Thursday, November 6/7-9pm

Show Hours:

  • Friday, November 7 / 12-8pm
  • Saturday, November 8 / 12-8pm
  • Sunday, November 9 / 12-5pm

Please go to art-sandiego.com/attend for further information.

SPECTRUM MIAMI

DECEMBER 3-7, 2014

MIDTOWN MIAMI / WYNWOOD ART DISTRICT

3011 NE 1ST AVENUE @ NE 30TH STREET

MIAMI, FL 33137

Opening Preview: Wednesday, December 3 / 6-10pm

Show Hours:

  • Thursday, December 4 / 12-8pm
  • Friday, December 5 / 12-9pm
  • Saturday, December 6 / 12-9pm
  • Sunday December 7 / 11-5pm

To get more information and download bus schedule go to: spectrum-miami.com/attend.


MoMA ACCESS

Museum of Modern Art has lots of activities for everybody and anybody. Here’s what they go going on….

Art inSight: is a free monthly program for individuals who are partially blind or sighted.

from the website:

September’s program focuses on current exhibitions of photography. This program will showcase artworks that are currently on display, engaging participants through extensive verbal descriptions of artworks and conversation about themes that appear across this collection.

Tuesday, September 2, 2014 / Photography 2-4pm

Registration is open, space is limited and preregistration is required. You can register online as well.

For more info go to Art inSight.

Interpreting MoMA: free bimonthly program for deaf adults, which features a wine and cheese reception, followed by sign language interpretation private gallery talk.

Thursday, September 4, 2014 / Christopher Williams: The Production Line of Happiness 5:30-7:30pm

from the website:

This first retrospective spans the impressive 35-year career of one of the most influential cinephilic artists working in photography. Deeply invested in the histories of photography and film, architecture and design, Christopher Williams has produced a concise oeuvre that furthers a critique of late capitalist society in which images typically function as agents of spectacle.

Space is limited and of course preregistration is required.

For more go to Interpreting MoMA.

There is a lot more to share, so check it out this Saturday! Enjoy your Wednesday and as always, be blessed!

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