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Arts District Liberty Station
2640 Historic Decatur Rd, San Diego, California 92106
Experience all the ARTS DISTRICT has to offer by attending a FREE Friday Night Liberty art walk. Taking place on the first Friday of every month from 5-9 PM, Friday Night Liberty is San Diego’s biggest FREE monthly art event! Meet working artists, enjoy dance, theater and music performances, visit museums and galleries and explore the growing District. Visitors can start their stroll at the Dick Laub NTC Command Center — 2640 Historic Decatur Road and pick up a monthly program and District map. Learn more NTCFoundation.org
Celebrate Summer on June 1st!
Program Highlights include
FEATURED PERFORMANCE | Point Loma Nazarene University
trio featuring Zulma Monsalvo will take the stage with a program of arias, musical theatre and pop songs along with performers Azricam Sandoval and Moises Flores. Enjoy hearing love songs from Broadway shows and other beautiful songs from all over the musical spectrum. Go on a journey with this Trio for a mixture of classical and contemporary music unlike any other. You don't want to miss this concert of diverse music at 6:30 and 7:30 in the Dick Laub NTC Command Center (2640 Historic Decatur Rd.)
EXHIBITION | San Diego School Of Creative & Performing Arts
Visual Arts host their Senior Class Exhibition. The show is a culmination of the Senior art majors' high school experience. Guests are invited to view a series of work created by each student. Various mediums including photography, painting, sculpture and mixed media. Join students in the Dick Laub NTC Command Center (2640 Historic Decatur Rd.)
DANCE PERFORMANCE | Malashock Dance & The Malashock Dance School
's Junior Company showcase a sneak preview as to what a students can expect to learn and do for their Summer Camps and Teen Intensive. Performance at 6:00 PM in the Abbe Wolfsheimer Studio (Second Floor) at Dorothea Laub Dance Place — 2650 Truxtun Rd. (Building 175)
INSTALLATIONS | See newly installed «twineline» by Karl Roesch
and meet the artist from 6 PM — 8 PM. Plus see «Sky
Mosaic» by David Krimmel
, each are new editions to the outdoor art installations in ARTS DISTRICT. Enjoy these wildly imaginative works located along the North Promenade arcade near Barracks 14 & 16.
NEW EXHIBITIONS | San Diego Watercolor Society
presents “Bluesy Mash-up”, an art exhibition juried by award-winning artist Robin Erikson. The Opening Reception from 5-8 pm with 95-100 original ready-to-hang paintings for sale, plus wine, food and the fellowship of other art enthusiasts. Also showing at the Reception will be the winners of the 2018 Water Conservation Poster Contest for children in grades 1-6 sponsored by the San Diego Public Utilities Department. Building 202
New Americans Museum
's Beyond Bollywood special traveling exhibition from the Smithsonian Institution explores the heritage, experiences and diverse contributions of Indian Americans in the United States featuring San Diego artist Bhavna Meta from 5 — 8 PM in Building 202.
Women's Museum of California
will showcase the evolving styles of American wedding gowns from the 1860s to today by displaying 12 wedding dresses from various decades. How has the wedding dress changed over time? How do the changes in wedding fashion reflect the shifts in society over the years? Barracks 16
Liberty Public Market’s corridors are now filled with art of all kinds! Eat, drink and stroll the indoor Mess Hall and enjoy the newly installed exhibit by nearly 100 established & emerging artists. The marketplace is one of San Diego’s largest FREE indoor art exhibit. Curated by Liberty Station’s own portrait artist, NANCY TOKOS fine art (Barracks 14).
Expressive Arts Institute features the «Recovering the Artist VII: Returning to Hope» the seventh annual return of a show that is themed not by the content of the artwork, but by the life experience of the artists. This juried exhibition is selected from the works of San Diego area artists who include recovery as a part of their identity. This might be recovery from addiction, trauma, illness physical or mental, or losses and grief. And yet the show often produces optimistic and forward looking pieces. In past years, participants have ranged from wounded warriors to homeless teens. Located in the Martha Pace Swift Gallery in Building 201.
COMICKAZE Comics Books and More features the largest and most diverse selection of Mainstream and Independent Comics, Graphic Novels, Manga, Statues, Action Figures, and more! Open 5:00 – 9:00 PM in Barracks 15.
Point Loma Tea offers specialty whole leaf tea and unique creative gifts. Open till 6:30 PM in Barracks 14.
MEET THE ARTIST
FIND NEW ART | Meet artists & see their newest works including Alexia Rose & Nancy Tokos in Barracks 14; Colleen Veltz, Lauren LeVieux, Susan Butler & Anna DiMartino in Barracks 16, Vincent Darmahusodo and Ellen Shorey in Barracks 17, Leslie Pierce, Peggy Fischbeck, June Rubin, Susan Salazar, Lisa Bryson & Kevin Winger in Barracks 19.
Lauren LeVieux Artist Studio will be presenting a series of oil paintings stop by to see what she has been doing. All art for sale- cards, mousepads and original oil paintings. 5:00 — 9:00 PM. Barracks 16.
NANCY TOKOS fine art offers original oil paintings by the ARTS DISTRICT portrait artist, Nancy Tokos. 5:00 PM — 8:00 PM in Barracks 14.
FUN FOR FAMILIES
The Hot Spot Pottery Painting Candle Making & More open until 9:00 PM, invites you to get crafty in February! Check out fun items like lanterns, dinnerware, mugs, goblets, beer steins and tons of fun, functional items for the kids. Barracks 14.
Kid Ventures will be open to parents for Drop Off Childcare, drop your kids off at Kid Ventures anytime between 4:00 PM — 8:00 PM at 2865 Sims Road San Diego, CA 92106.
More Details Coming Soon!
For more information about Friday Night Liberty events contact Andrew Waltz at (619) 573-9304 or [email protected]