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Friday, Feb 26
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2:00 PM 29th Annual Kuumba (3) Day Fest
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5:00 PM The Tempest Shakespeare Reading Part 1
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6:30 PM Film: 1982
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All Day Dance Film: Dadu (Opening)
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Museums & Exhibitions

Check out these museum exhibitions and special showings!

03/14/2016 - Talk: Woven Gold, Tapestries of Louis XIV
Colorful and glittering tapestries, handwoven after designs by the most renowned artists, were the ultimate expression of status, power, taste, and wealth. As collector, heir, and patron, Louis XIV (r. 1643-1715), vastly augmented the prestigious French royal collection of tapestries. Displayed within his palaces while in residence and in outdoor courtyards on feast days, these monumental hangings embodied and proclaimed his magnificence as the Sun King.

Charissa Bremer-David is Curator of Sculpture and Decorative Arts at the J. Paul Getty Museum. She has written extensively on the Getty Museum's collection of French decorative arts on the 17th and 18th centuries, with a specialization in tapestries and textiles. Mrs. Bremer-David is the curator of Woven Gold: Tapestries of Louis XIV, a major international loan exhibition on view at the Getty Museum from December 15 until May 1, 2016.

Admission/Cost: FREE

Timken Museum of Art
1500 El Prado
San Diego, CA 92101

Dates and times:
Monday, March 14 - 10:00 AM to 12:00 Noon

For more information, please call (619) 239-5548 or visit:
03/10/2016 - Painting on Tap: The Art of East Asia
Painting on Tap mixes creativity and San Diego craft beer in a relaxed, social atmosphere. Each workshop includes an exclusive, after-hours tour of an exhibition followed by an artist-taught project inspired by works on view. By the end of the evening, participates will have created a unique work of art.

Bring a friend or a date, grab a drink and nibbles from Panama 66 and let your creativity flow as you experience a fun and unforgettable night at the Museum.

Exhibition Tour: Art of East Asia

Inspiration: Screen (on carved wooden base)

Admission/Cost: $40 - $50

James S. Copley Auditorium,
San Diego Museum of Art
1450 El Prado, Balboa Park
San Diego, CA, 92101

Thursday, March 10 - 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

For more information, please visit:

03/06/2016 - Photo Exhibition: Eagle Hunters of Mongolia
In this amazing exhibition, you find the weathered faces of man, magnificent golden eagles, horse and game native to the most remote areas in Mongolia. In Michael Orenich
02/26/2016 - Exhibition: Sights & Sounds of Poland
The FPC Arts Series is pleased to present a delightful musical and visual adventure by Janice and B
02/20/2016 - Talk: The Dark World in the Founding of the Ming Dynasty
To coincide with the Great Ming Unearthed exhibition, Dr. Sarah Schneewind will give a special presentation on the afterlife beliefs of the Chinese people during the Ming Dynasty.

Dr. Sarah Schneewind is a professor of the UCSD History Department and author of two books related to the Ming era: A Tale of Two Melons: Emperor and Subject in Ming China, and Community Schools and the State in Ming China.

Books will be available for purchase during and after the lecture.

Tale of Two Melons: Emperor and Subject in Ming China reviews:

02/20/2016 - Exhibition: The Ten Chinese Paintings
Special lecture with Tiffany Wai Ying Beres, Associate Director of SDCHM.

While oil painting is central to art history in the West, it has a very limited history of sixty years in China, dating back only to the Soviet realist school of painting. On the other hand, ink painting is one of China
02/05/2016 - Exhibition: Museum & Garden Tour
Enjoy a docent-led tour of the San Diego Chinese Historical Museum
02/01/2016 - Exhibition: Asafo Flags From Ghana
Asafo Flags from Ghana is an exhibition of thirty-seven flags from the West African country of Ghana. A recent donation to Mingei International, these colorful flags dating to the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries feature graphic imagery and appliqued designs on solid cotton grounds. They were commissioned by military organizations known as asafo, or
01/30/2016 - Exhibition: Flor Garduo
In Trilogy, Flor Gardu
01/22/2016 - Exhibition: The Chinese and the Iron Road
The Chinese and the Iron Road pays tribute to the Chinese workers who helped build the nation
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