News: 6/22/2010  

Saturday Art Via Bicyclette

Want to make it to all of Saturday night's art happenings but can't be in two places at once--let alone three? Well, we're right there with you. To help navigate this Saturday's art pilgrimage, we've made a little map coordinating all three of the night's openings. Begin your trek in Barrio Logan at The Bakery for some coffee & donuts, then cruise over to the East Village for SD Space 4 Art's Inaugural Opening, then to Suture for the good vibes of Endless Summer. Grab your bikes, buds, map, & we'll see you there!

1. Coffee & Donuts at The Bakery (1701 National Ave), 6pm
As a sequel to the Shaken, not Stirred show at Spacecraft Gallery in June 2009, a group of San Diego designers, architects and educators are coming together once again to showcase recent projects and concepts under development. The exhibition will include a variety of sculptures, drawings, digital fabrications, and models to showcase fresh perspectives and a snapshot of the work currently being created in San Diego. Artists: Ted Smith & Kathleen McCormick, Rinehart/Herbst, Hector & Adrian Perez, Miki Iwasaki, Rene Peralta, Megan Willis, David White, Jim Darroch, Christopher Puzio, Jose Parral & Tasi Paulson, Philipp Bosshart, Andy Ralph, Brian Dick, Jon Linton, Michael Hoffman, Daniela Deutsch, Cameron Crockett, Adriana Cuellar & Marcel Sanchez-Prieto, and Nathan Colkitt.

Rinehart Herbst: Holtville Hay Barn

2. The SD Space 4 Art's Inaugural Opening (325 15th Street), 6pm
Get ready for a great big party and a wild art show in the East Village! The Grand Opening of Space 4 Art will include live music on multiple stages, a giant puppet army and a gallery full of diverse work from resident artists. From watercolor to oil, wood sculpture to holograms, and puppets to performance art — this professionally curated art show will include something for everyone. After years of planning and months of construction, Space 4 Art now provides affordable studios for 40 of San Diego's finest artists and craftspeople. Wander a maze of open studios, experience live music on multiple stages, and check out a professionally curated gallery show featuring new work from tenant artists.

Silvia valentino - drive iv
3. Endless Summer at Suture Loft (655 10th Ave), 7pm
From the curator that brought you Girls Girls Girls comes Endless Summer--celebrating the style & aesthetics of California's best season with work from 11 artists: J Noland, Katherine Powers, Josh Pavlick, Matthew Bradley, Mark Johnsen, Angela Estes, Lindsay Preston, John Zappas, Cara Heslip, Megan Elizabeth Greene, & Leah Blair. Come ring in the season with good times & stellar work. Long live summer!

Curated by Angella d'Avignon. Enjoy music by DJ JUDY & DJ Jules Le Baron. A $5 donation is suggested.

J noland - these colors don't

Tags: East Village, The Bakery, Barrio Logan, Endless Summer, SD Space 4 Art, Bike

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Angella d'AvignonAngella d'Avignon made this post on 6/22/2010 at 7:09 pm

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