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Museums & Exhibitions

Check out these museum exhibitions and special showings!

05/05/2016 - Chinese Brush Painting Exhibition
The San Diego Chinese Historical Museum is spreading multiculturalism through art this coming May!
04/30/2016 - Spring Gala: Brazil
Food stations featuring traditional Brazilian cuisine and beverages from local Brazilian restaurants, live Brazilian music and dance performances, and a silent auction and raffle.

Your support will provide thousands of children and families hands-on science, art, and world culture experiences to bridge the gap in early childhood education, grow young minds and lifelong learners, and inspire the next generation of global citizens.

Admission/Cost: $75 - $125

San Diego Children's Discovery Museum
320 North Broadway
Escondido, 92025

Saturday, April 30 - 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM

For information, please visit:
03/18/2016 - 'I Want The Wide American Earth: An Asian American Pacific Story'
In the first exhibition of its kind from the Smithsonian, "I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story" celebrates Asian Pacific American history across a multitude of diverse cultures and explores how Asian Pacific Americans have shaped and been shaped by the course of our nation
04/01/2016 - Mosaic Arts International 2016: Fine Art
The 2016 exhibition is comprised of three segments, presented online and in two highly-energized venues at the ARTS DISTRICT at Liberty Station in San Diego, California.

Mosaic Arts International 2016: Fine Art is a juried exhibit featuring the best in contemporary fine art mosaics from SAMA
03/31/2016 - Mosaic Arts International 2016: Masters Invitational
The 2016 exhibition is comprised of three segments, presented online and in two highly-energized venues at the ARTS DISTRICT at Liberty Station in San Diego, California.

The Masters Invitational will be presented at Casa Valencia Galer
04/09/2016 - Bifocal: Bridging Perspectives—Art Exhibition Opening Reception
Reception for Bifocal: Bridging Perspectives, an exhibition connecting the past and the present of Barrio Logan. This exhibit is curated by the San Diego Mesa College Museum Studies class. The reception is part of April's Barrio Art Crawl. Exhibit runs April 9 to April 28.

Participating artists: Daniel Silvio Carbone, Jules Centeno, Daphne Hill, Carmen Linares Kalo, Alvaro Millan, Kathleen Mitchell, Jessica Newman, Armando Nu
04/15/2016 - Lecture: The Journey of Buddhism to the Far East
Dr. Suzanne Cahill, Tang dynasty specialist in the UCSD Chinese Studies program, explores the museum's extensive collection of Buddhist art, tracing the legacy of Buddhist monks who traveled from India to China and Japan and countries in between.

Taking place on the third Friday of every month, the Friday Morning Lecture & Tour Series focuses on works of art on view in the museum. Lectures are followed by a docent-led tour.

Admission/Cost: $8 - $16

San Diego Museum of Art
1450 El Prado
San Diego, CA 92101

Friday, April 15 - 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM

For more information, please call (619) 232-7931 or visit:
04/08/2016 - Exhibition: Views and Lives of Mexico and Cuba
Between the Borders and Lenses, Views and Lives of M
04/03/2016 - Exhibition: Mingei of Japan
After the museum
03/29/2016 - Exhibition: The Great Ming Unearthed
In this exhibit, visitors are able to explore the representations of daily life and spiritual beliefs from one of the glorious ages of Chinese civilization.
The early Ming rulers, after a hard-won conquest, rebuilt government and resettled people in their farming villages after the disruptions of the mid-14th century caused by civil war and plague.
On that foundation, the thriving commercial economy recovered and enabled both the dynasty and elite families to sponsor new developments in poetry, pottery, painting, calligraphy, textile manufacture, and other cultural achievements.
Ming people held a wide variety of beliefs about the afterlife, and they filled tombs with ceramic models of the things they needed and enjoyed in life: food, furniture, domestic animals, musical instruments, and servants, guardsmen, and entertainers.

Admission/Cost: $5

San Diego Chinese Historical Museum
328 J Street
San Diego, CA 92101

Dates and Times:
Ongoing until Saturday, April 30
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday - 10:30 AM to 4:00 PM
Sunday - Noon to 4 PM

For more information, please call: (619) 338-9888
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