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San Diego Weekend Arts Events: Stories Inspired By Art, History, Music And For Healing

July 30
By Julia Dixon Evans

TwainFest kicks off a virtual festival, plus stories inspired by art at Lux Art Institute, youth actors present a classic, a poetry workshop with Gill Sotu and the Spreckels Organ Society continues their weekly webcasts.

This weekend's

San Diego Weekend Art Events: Plays By Black Women, Outdoor Performances And 92 New Works Online

July 23
By Julia Dixon Evans

Find San Diego art and culture events beyond Comic-Con this weekend with Moxie's Dinner and a Zoom, a live outdoor front yard dance performance, the Athenauem's juried art exhibition and a livestreamed front porch concert from Berkley Hart.

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'Something To Hold On To': The Art And Healing Of Miki Vale

July 22
By Julia Dixon Evans

San Diego playwright, performer and rapper Miki Vale launches SoulKiss, a new healing arts space specifically for LGBTQ+ women of color.

San Diego Weekend Arts Events: Wizards, Augmented Reality And Pride Plays

July 16
By Julia Dixon Evans

Find our weekend event picks with the La Jolla Playhouse, Lux Art Institute, The Old Globe, Diversionary Theatre and The Rosin Box.

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The Old Globe: ‘We Know That We Are Going To Be An Antiracist Theater Company’

July 15
By Julia Dixon Evans

Leadership changes at San Diego's Old Globe signal a commitment to community arts engagement, diversity and inclusion.

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'Artists 4 Black Lives' Juneteenth Event To Share Expression And Hope

June 18
By Julia Dixon Evans

San Diego performing artist Eboni Muse organized a "sing-in" style protest event to celebrate art from the San Diego black community, and is set to take place in Balboa Park.

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WOW: Without Walls Festival Goes Digital Starting Thursday

May 13
By Beth Accomando

Theaters are struggling to create content online but La Jolla Playhouse's Without Walls Festival actually lends itself well to producing art from quarantine during a pandemic and the first show, "Ancient," debuts online Thursday.

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San Diego Top Mother's Day Weekend Events: From Opera To Cartooning To Nature Mandalas To Brunch

May 7
By Julia Dixon Evans

Looking for a few ways to infuse art and culture into your pandemic weekend and Mother's Day?

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La Jolla Playhouse's WOW Festival Explores Site-Specific Work From Quarantine

April 28
By Beth Accomando

La Jolla Playhouse's WOW, or Without Walls Festival, highlights site-specific work. Now that everyone is sheltering at home the festival has gone online. Playhouse artistic director Christopher Ashley explains how the theater is putting content online.

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Diversionary Theatre Moves Its Fundraising Gala Online

April 22
By Beth Accomando

Diversionary Theatre is the third oldest LGBTQ theatre in the U.S. But, as with other live theaters, it had to close its doors because of the coronavirus pandemic and will be offering two events online.

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Old Globe Looks To Shakespeare For Inspiration To Surviving Coronavirus

April 20
By Beth Accomando

Theaters rely on doing live performances but the coronavirus pandemic has forced them to close their doors and find new ways to deliver content and find audiences. The Old Globe Theatre quickly moved three strands of its programming online.

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SD Rep's 'House Of Joy' Video Available On Vimeo Until April 12

April 3
By Beth Accomando

As with many theaters, San Diego Rep has had to close its doors because of health concerns about the coronavirus pandemic but the theater company is going online with its production of “House of Joy.”

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A New Type Of Theater Logs On With Moxie's Zoom Play Festival

March 26
By Julia Dixon Evans

San Diego's women-led Moxie Theatre's site-specific theater festival emerges for when there is no actual site.

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San Diego Arts And Artists Go Digital During Coronavirus Closures

March 18
By Brooke Ruth, Julia Dixon Evans, Maureen Cavanaugh

San Diego artists, art museums, galleries and performing arts groups are finding ways to still share their art while traditional spaces and gatherings are canceled.

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Art In The Time Of COVID-19

March 12
By Julia Dixon Evans

Cancellations from San Diego Opera, the La Jolla Symphony and more, plus organizations that are embracing "the show must go on" in the face of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19)