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SDSU Energy Show

Each academic year, San Diego State University adopts a campus-wide theme called the Common Experience, which brings the academic community together through the arts, lectures, and in the classrooms. The SDSU Downtown gallery’s latest exhibition Energy: Made in Form, which runs February 4 through March 27, 2016, is a celebration of this year’s theme of

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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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Exhibit Profile: Sin Diego at San Diego History Center

When we first found out the San Diego History Center was going to open an exhibit about the sultry side of San Diego’s past, you know we were intrigued. Of course, we made sure to see it the first weekend it opened! Sin Diego is a great exhibit for anyone interested in San Diego’s past,

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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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Exhibit Profile: Feast at The New Children’s Museum

Is it wrong that we love The New Children’s Museum despite not having kids? The New Children’s Museum is the museum you wish your parents took you to when you were young. It’s innovative, hip, interactive and fun. We went for a yoga event last week (keep an eye out for its third year next

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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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10 Things To Do This Weekend in San Diego (3/8-3/9)

Here are 10 fun things to do in San Diego this weekend (March 8 and 9, 2014): Celebrate spring with the 9th Annual Cherry Blossom Festival on Saturday. This fun outdoor festival at the Japanese Friendship Garden will surely get you in a great mood! Exhibits. Opening this weekend: Janine Free at Spanish Village Art

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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:┬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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