With a powerful message of environmental awareness, this exhibition highlights a creative alternative to mindless consumption and focuses on the importance of repurposing. Artists from around the world transform discarded hubcaps into fine art in a unique collaboration with Landfillart, Inc., a Pennsylvania-based nonprofit.
2016 marked the 400th year since William Shakespeare’s death, but Union-Tribune language columnist Richard Lederer will demonstrate through excerpts from the Bard’s plays and sonnets that Shakespeare is alive and well and living robustly in San Diego. Special guest David Ellenstein will introduce Lederer and perform two Shakespeare monologues to help illustrate the brilliance of the great dramatist.
Parents explore the exhibitions while kids ages 2–5 experience art, music, and stories. Prices are for children’s registration, no fee for the parent.
Robin Douglas will demonstrate how to make beautiful sheets of paper. Bring in plants, photos and other objects to incorporate into your own stationery, journal, or 3-D work of art. All other supplies provided.
Nathan James and the Rhythm Scratchers will fill OMA with blues rock while 333 Pacific serves gourmet appetizers, desserts, and specialty wines.
LUNAFEST is a traveling film festival of award-winning short films by, for and about women. This season, the program has nine films – filled with stories of reflection, hope and humor. Tickets can be bought at the door.
Robin Douglas will cover the prince of peace to the Italian princes of Italy, from the aristocracy of Europe to the common man. Learn more about Early Christian, the Italian Renaissance, Baroque, and Rococo art.