A play about the drive-in, flowers meet art, Oceanside's disappearing places and more arts and culture events in San Diego this weekend.
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San Diego weekend arts events: Women choreographers, '25 Million Stitches,' free music and freeway artThis weekend in the arts: The Rosin Box Project's "Empower"; "25 Million Stitches" at the Mingei; Caltrans' "Clean California CommUNITY Days" on the I-15; Mali Irene and Joshua White; free San Diego Symphony concerts in the South Bay; the San Diego Opera's "Tosca"; and Sew Loka celebrates 10 years.
A little sewing shop in Barrio Logan launched the dreams of an entrepreneur and a brand as unique as its creator.
This weekend in the arts: "C You Saturday" at ICA San Diego North; San Diego Latino Film Festival's closing weekend; "The XIX (The Nineteenth)" at The Old Globe; the de la Torre Brothers at ICA San Diego Central; "Becoming, Always" from San Diego Dance Theater; La Jolla Symphony and Chorus' "'Music of the Spheres'; and an extended run for "The Outsiders."
The first career retrospective of longstanding El Paso artist Celia Álvarez Muñoz opens at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego in La Jolla. Also opening this week is the first solo museum exhibition of San Diego-Tijuana artist Griselda Rosas. Both exhibits showcase Latina artists from two generations and two different places along the US-Mexico border.
The first solo museum exhibition for San Diego-Tijuana artist Griselda Rosas opens this week at the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego in La Jolla, along with a career retrospective of longstanding El Paso artist Celia Álvarez Muñoz. Both exhibits showcase two Latina artists, from two generations and two different places along the US-Mexico border.
Architectural visual art, Vivaldi ballets, hip-hop informed poetry, experimental pop, Bonita portraiture and more — get the details in our weekend arts roundup.
Mandeville Art Gallery reopens on March 4 with "Are We Not Drawn Onward To New Era," featuring UC San Diego faculty. The institution's first dedicated gallery director, Ceci Moss, curated the gallery.
Symphony musician Andrea Overturf turns her art of repurposing discarded items and toys into a second career.
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