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San Diego Weekend Arts Events: Virtual Ballet, Drive-Thru Art, Cedrice, Women In Film And A Refugee Play

Credit: Daren Scott Above: Actor Jessica John performs in the Roustabouts Theatre Co.'s virtual production of "No Way Back," streaming on demand Nov. 14 through Dec. 13, 2020. Listen to the Podcast Episode This weekend's top arts events include offerings from City Ballet, the Women's Museum of California, Roustabouts Theatre Co., Mesa College Art Gallery, and a Gill Sotu-curated showcase. Aired: November 13, 2020 ...

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Election-Themed Art To See In San Diego This Weekend

Credit: Courtesy Facebook Artist in Residence Program Above: Jamilla Okubo's mural is installed in front of downtown San Diego's House of Blues venue. The work is part of the Facebook Artist-in-Residence program's "Voting is Voice" 10-city mural project, on display throughout October 2020. Listen to the Podcast Episode Infuse your weekend with some voting-themed art in San Diego this weekend in between checking the ...

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San Diego Weekend Arts Events: ‘Move American’, Jazz at the Athenaeum, Space-Travel Theater, Rembrandt And More

Credit: Derion Loman / Disco Riot Above: A still of the dance film "By Any Means Necessary," by Derion Loman, performed by Loman and Simon Greenberg. The film is available online as part of "Move American," which screens this Saturday at Art Produce in North Park. Another pandemic month down means another month of constantly reevaluating how to safely and authentically experience or share ...

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Livermore: ArtWalk Light is next weekend | News

A booth at ArtWalk Light will feature fine inlaid wood products by Hudson River Inlay. (Contributed photo) Signposts for "Where Do We Go From Here?" include "Peace" by Linda Croce. (Contributed photo) Signposts for "Where Do We Go From Here?" include "Mars" by Larry Lagin. (Contributed photo) Previous Next The annual ArtWalk in Livermore will be held this year in a scaled down version, ...

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Amplifying ‘Voices’: New Weekend Shows Debut on WTTW | Chicago News

Like the river that divides the city into North, South and West sides, race divides the city’s population into rough thirds – one-third Black, one-third Latino and one-third White. But media coverage of the city often overlooks or undervalues the contributions of the Black and Latino communities that comprise the majority of Chicago’s people. And when media does cover those communities, it’s often because ...

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San Diego Weekend Arts Events: A Beirut Benefit, Maneki Neko, ’90s Nostalgia And California Impressionism

This weekend's San Diego arts and culture offerings range from pop music livestreams to Japanese Udo-style cat finger puppets. There's plenty of virtual culture this weekend, and we have all the details. Natula: 'A Song for Beirut' Music Natasha Kozaily, of Natula and Baby Bushka, who also owns Kalabash School of Music and Art, was deeply affected by the recent tragedy in Beirut. To ...

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Fest brings art, music lakeside this weekend | Resorter

Holding degrees in music and vocal performance, Johnson is committed to supporting the arts.In the following Q&A, Johnson discussed the current art scene in Williams Bay, event changes this year and what still makes her a little emotional each time the Fest comes to town.Note: The following has been edited for length and clarity.Resorter: What is the state of the current art scene in ...

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