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Artist Reception & Book Signing

Mangelsen - images of Nature 7916 Girard Ave., La Jolla

Spend an evening with renowned American nature photographer and conservationist, Thomas D. Mangelsen at the MANGELSEN—Images of Nature Gallery. Mangelsen will introduce new release images and sign books at this exclusive event.

Opening Reception for Artists: Wayne Hulgin & Jeff Irwin

RB Stevenson Gallery 7661 Girard Ave., Suite 101, La Jolla, CA, United States

R.B. Stevenson Gallery is pleased to present the exhibition "Small Scale" featuring paintings by San Diego artist Wayne Hilton and Sculpture by San Diego artist Jeff Irwin. The exhibition opens with a reception for the artists Saturday, August 19, from 5 to 8 pm. and will remain on view through September 16, 2023. The gallery …
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Special Exhibition Opening of Kelly Akashi: Formations

Museum Contemporary Art La Jolla 700 Prospect Street, La Jolla, CA

Join us on Free Third Thursday, September 21 from 10AM - 8PM for the free public opening of Kelly Akashi: Formations. Enjoy free admission and DJ set by DJ Sir Froderick from 5 – 8PM. Kelly Akashi: Formations presents an overview of a decade of work, including glass and cast bronze objects, multipart sculptural installations, and photographic work. …
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Event Series PEEC Youth Arts

Youth Arts (PEEC)

Athenaeum Music & Arts Library 1008 Wall Street, La Jolla, CA, United States

PEEC for TEENS (13–18 years old)  with a different special guest artist every week Check the event website for this week's special guest! PEEC is a free program for teens, who are interested in art-making as an enrichment activity that goes beyond making crafts. The aim of the program is to provide a space for …
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Free

Book Release: The Snakes Came Back

Museum Contemporary Art La Jolla 700 Prospect Street, La Jolla, CA

Join us on September 29 to celebrate the release of The Snakes Came Back by Lora Mathis. There will also be a live poetry performance by Lora Mathis and Matty Terrones in Jacobs Hall and a Book Pop-Up Shop in Berglund Lobby. Refreshments will be available for purchase from The Kitchen.

Seven Decades of Contemporary Art Trends

Athenaeum Music & Arts Library 1008 Wall Street, La Jolla, CA, United States

Art historian Cornelia Feye presents an art historical overview from mid-20th century to the present, recognizing geopolitical events reflected in the artwork. From post-war Abstract Expressionist Lee Krasner to street artist Banksy, the series covers major art movements, including color-field painting, assemblage, Conceptual art, and Earth art, to name a few. She concludes by discussing …
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$15 – $90

Contemporary Masters at Martin Lawrence Galleries

Martin Lawrence Gallery 1152 Prospect Street, La Jolla

Join us for a showing of the best contemporary art from artists such as Takashi Murakami, Robert Standish, Sam Francis, Philippe Bertho, and more! Refreshments provided. RSVP [email protected] or (858) 551-1122.

Free
Event Series PEEC Youth Arts

Youth Arts (PEEC)

Athenaeum Music & Arts Library 1008 Wall Street, La Jolla, CA, United States

PEEC for TEENS (13–18 years old)  with a different special guest artist every week Check the event website for this week's special guest! PEEC is a free program for teens, who are interested in art-making as an enrichment activity that goes beyond making crafts. The aim of the program is to provide a space for …
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Free

Yiddishland’s Art Walk

1128 Wall Street, La Jolla, CA 92037 1128 Wall Street, California

An art walk at Yiddish California offers a vivid immersion into the intersection of Jewish heritage and artistic expression, providing a rich cultural experience in a Californian context. It's a …
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Free