Category Archives: San Diego Exhibitions

Exhibit Profile: Butterfly Pavilion at The Water Conservation Garden

We think The Water Conservation Garden at Cuyamaca College is so wonderful. It’s relaxing, informative and just so pretty. When we were invited to the opening of the brand new Butterfly Pavilion, you know we were so there! The Dorcas E. Utter Memorial Butterfly Pavilion is the Garden’s newest exhibit. It incorporates glass art with

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17 Exhibits to See in March in San Diego

Can you believe it’s already March? Let’s digest that fact for a minute. While you’re trying to decide where the year’s gone so far, check out the following list of great exhibits. Part of the year is behind us but these exhibits won’t be if you go in the next 30 days! Marching Toward Empowerment,

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Exhibit Profile: Prix Pictet: Power at MOPA

Confession: we have a slight bias toward the Museum of Photographic Arts. We love photography and try to appreciate every single exhibit we can get our hands on. The Museum has two main exhibits going on right now, with the Prix Pictet: Power exhibit being the larger of the two. It’s an annual exhibit/competition that

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Chicano art at MCASD: Downtown #sandiego #mcasd

Exhibit Profile: Chicanitas at Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego

The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego always hosts great exhibits. Today, we’re profiling one of them:¬†Chicanitas: Small Paintings from the Cheech Marin Collection. There are three words/phrases to sum up this exhibit: Chicano art, colorful, small pieces. Chicano art is art created by Mexicans who grew up in the US. We love American and

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San Diego Airport Aart #glass #art #airport #cool

San Diego Airport Art Profile

We love the San Diego Airport and not just because we fancy ourselves world travelers (at least someday!). No, we love the Airport for its AMAZING art program. We went to the Airport for a talk and a tour of the public art program last week and it was such a fun time. They have

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Real Pirates Exhibit at the San Diego Natural History Museum Review from The Wanderer Guides #sdnhm #thenat #balboapark #whydah #pirates

Exhibit Profile: Real Pirates at San Diego Natural History Museum

This exhibit is a winner. Pirates, treasure, intrigue, adventure, mayhem, history…it has everything.¬†I was so moved by one particular part in the exhibit, my eyes welled with tears. Hey, I appreciate a well designed exhibit! If you like variety, you’ve got it here. We’ve never been to a more versatile exhibit–it has video, artifacts, sound

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Struck By Modernism at the Mingei Museum in Balboa Park #balboapark #mingei #blacksmith #art

17 Exhibits to See in February in San Diego

We love a good exhibit on a San Diego winter day, and while the winter may not be brutal here, it provides the perfect conditions to visit everything our city has to offer (and you can’t say that about snow!). We’re excited about some of the cool exhibits opening this month and in a hurry

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San Diego Central LIbrary Exhibit #sandiego #library #art

Exhibit Profile: Renewed at San Diego Central Library

The San Diego Central Library is great in so many ways–cool design, lots of space, massive amount of books. We could go on all day about the awesome gift shop or its baseball memorabilia collection (which is the second largest in the US). But today, we’re going to talk about just one of the many

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Mission Trails Regional Park Nature Awakening Exhibit #sandiego #art #missiontrails

Exhibit Profile: Nature Awakening at Mission Trails

We love the Mission Trails Regional Park art exhibits for a lot of different reasons. One, they usually involve local artists portraying the beautiful park scenes. Two, they usually involve artists who work in many different mediums. Three, they are free to enjoy. All three things can be said about the Mission Trails exhibit, Nature

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Maurice Braun, Balboa Park #art #balboapark #braun

Exhibit Profile: Capturing the Light at San Diego History Center

When you take two people who love San Diego and landscape paintings, you’ll almost always have a winner in an exhibit that combines these two elements. That’s why we spent more time than we intended in the Capturing the Light: Landscapes of Maurice Braun exhibit at the San Diego History Center. We’ve loved viewing Braun’s

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