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UCSD Art is Awesome in San Diego #drseuss

Must See San Diego: Art

Art is magical and San Diego is no stranger to magic. We have an amazing city for art, artists, communities and activities. So much so, you’ll have to wait for our awesome San Diego art guide to come out to get all the info! But to whet your appetite in the meantime, make sure you

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17 Exhibits to See in May in San Diego

Summer is here in San Diego (at least it seems it to us!). What better way to stay cool than seeing some fun and interesting exhibits? We know of a few great ones opening and closing this month. Take your pick from the 17 below or check out some at your favorite museums and attractions.

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Exhibit Profile: Collectors in San Diego at Japanese Friendship Garden

The Japanese Friendship Garden is such a cool place to visit in San Diego. Once you start on the path through the Garden, you forget the hustle and bustle of Balboa Park and emerge in a different time and place. We do love our tranquil moments after all and this is an awesome place to

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17 Exhibits to See in April in San Diego

There’s a lot to see and do in San Diego this month, especially in the museum world. Let’s get out and see some exhibits! Here are 17 great ideas: Sin Diego, San Diego History Center. Learn about the shady side of San Diego in the early 1900s. Just opened. Butterfly Jungle, San Diego Zoo Safari

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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:┬áChicanitas: 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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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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Real Pirates at the San Diego Natural History Museum #pirates #cool #thenat #sdnhm

10 Things To Do This Weekend in San Diego (2/8-2/9)

Here are 10 fun things to do in San Diego this weekend (February 8 and 9, 2014): Play the day away with the Padres FanFest on Saturday at Petco Park. Meet Padres players, participate in fun activities, get deals on tickets and a lot more. Exhibits. Opening this weekend: Real Pirates at San Diego Natural

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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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Southwest Airlines Gifts The Citizens of San Diego

Have you ever really wanted something awesome? Like an official Red Ryder, carbine action, two-hundred shot range model air rifle, and then when you crack open that wrapping paper you find socks? This morning Balboa Park, in collaboration with Southwest Airlines unveiled what was hiding in the gigantic present to the city of San Diego

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