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Event Series Community Spotlight: Persian Place

Community Spotlight: Persian Place

Mingei International Museum 1439 El Prado, San Diego, CA, United States

This Community Spotlight installation celebrates the creative expressions of seven international female artists selected by Persian Place, a nonprofit organization with an emphasis on Persian art, which is committed to providing space and time for artistic experimentation and research. Community Spotlight: Persian Place Epic Expressions: Shahnameh by Seven Female Artists    The unique objects displayed here reflect the creative ...

Free – $15.00

Needles and Grass: The Coiled Vessels of Francina and Neil Prince

Mingei International Museum 1439 El Prado, San Diego, CA, United States

"Needles and Grass: The Coiled Vessels of Francina and Neil Prince" is shown in conjunction with "Over/Under: Woven Craft at Mingei" as an artistic interpretation and response to basket weaving – celebrating that vessels come in many forms, shapes, mediums, and processes. Leucadia-based artist couple Francina (born in Pittsburgh, PA in 1943) and Neil Prince, ...

Free – $15.00
Event Series Over/Under: Woven Craft at Mingei

Over/Under: Woven Craft at Mingei

Mingei International Museum 1439 El Prado, San Diego, CA, United States

The words over and under call our attention to something spatial, inviting us to imagine a maker’s hands systematically working, weaving, transforming filaments of thread or grass, bark or wire, into something whole - a basket, a rug, a fish trap, a fan. Woven crafts have been part of the human experience since our earliest ...

Free – $15.00

Colleen Doran Illustrates Neil Gaiman

Comic-Con Museum

Comic-Con Museum presents Colleen Doran Illustrates Neil Gaiman, an exhibition of original art by the award-winning artist Colleen Doran featuring her illustrations of stories by Neil Gaiman including Chivalry; Snow, Glass, Apples; The Sandman; Troll Bridge; American Gods, Norse Mythology; and Good Omens. The centerpiece of the exhibit is 20 lush hand-painted pages from Doran’s ...

Free – $25.00

From Big Dots to the Digital Universe: The Evolution of Comic Book Color

Comic-Con Museum

Embark on a journey through the vibrant history of comic book coloring with Comic-Con Inkpot Award recipient Steve Oliff! This exhibit will take guests through a mesmerizing transformation from big dots on paper to the cutting-edge realm of computer-generated hues. Oliff and his company Olyoptics are known for their groundbreaking work using technology for color ...

Free – $25.00

Excelsior! The Life and Legacy of Stan Lee

Comic-Con Museum

Stan Lee appeared at Comic-Con numerous times over the course of his 78-year career to delight his legions of fans. This year, Comic-Con Museum and Kartoon Studios, the controlling partner to the “Stan Lee Universe” IP, present a first-ever exhibit to celebrate his 100 years of legacy. The exhibit will feature rare comic books, original art, ...

Free – $25.00

Cowboy Bebop 25th Anniversary Art Exhibition

Comic-Con Museum

In celebration of the 25th anniversary of the iconic anime “COWBOY BEBOP,” a gallery of commissioned art was created to capture the essence of the series’ iconic characters, settings, and themes through the unique style and interpretation of the artists. The creation of these pieces has allowed creators – who are also fans of the ...

Free – $25.00
Event Series Berenice Abbott: Changing New York

Berenice Abbott: Changing New York

San Diego Museum of Art 1450 El Prado, San Diego, CA, United States

See selections from Berenice Abbott’s monumental photography project Changing New York that capture the rapid transformation of New York City in the 1930s. When American-born Abbott (1898–1991) returned to the United States in 1929 after an eight-year sojourn in Europe, she observed her home with a fresh appreciation and a conviction to capture what she called “the ...

Free – $20.00
Event Series Morrie Camhi: The Jews of Greece

Morrie Camhi: The Jews of Greece

Museum of Photographic Art at San Diego Museum of Art 1649 El Prado, San Diego, CA, United States

A compassionate and talented photographer, Morrie Camhi was always drawn to the human condition. His photographic projects ranged from Farmworkers, exploring Mexican-American labor activism and undocumented immigrants; The Prison Experience, documenting the prisoners and staff of the California State Prison in Vacaville; to The Jews of Greece. Morrie Camhi: The Jews of Greece exemplifies Camhi’s ...

Event Series Community Spotlight: Persian Place

Community Spotlight: Persian Place

Mingei International Museum 1439 El Prado, San Diego, CA, United States

This Community Spotlight installation celebrates the creative expressions of seven international female artists selected by Persian Place, a nonprofit organization with an emphasis on Persian art, which is committed to providing space and time for artistic experimentation and research. Community Spotlight: Persian Place Epic Expressions: Shahnameh by Seven Female Artists    The unique objects displayed here reflect the creative ...

Free – $15.00

Needles and Grass: The Coiled Vessels of Francina and Neil Prince

Mingei International Museum 1439 El Prado, San Diego, CA, United States

"Needles and Grass: The Coiled Vessels of Francina and Neil Prince" is shown in conjunction with "Over/Under: Woven Craft at Mingei" as an artistic interpretation and response to basket weaving – celebrating that vessels come in many forms, shapes, mediums, and processes. Leucadia-based artist couple Francina (born in Pittsburgh, PA in 1943) and Neil Prince, ...

Free – $15.00
Event Series Over/Under: Woven Craft at Mingei

Over/Under: Woven Craft at Mingei

Mingei International Museum 1439 El Prado, San Diego, CA, United States

The words over and under call our attention to something spatial, inviting us to imagine a maker’s hands systematically working, weaving, transforming filaments of thread or grass, bark or wire, into something whole - a basket, a rug, a fish trap, a fan. Woven crafts have been part of the human experience since our earliest ...

Free – $15.00
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