Saturday, May 14, 2016
ANOTHER GREAT REASON TO VISIT NORTH PARK TODAY
MAJOR ART RETROSPECTIVE TODAY
Looking Back/Forward is a two-month retrospective group show of 26 selected artists who have exhibited at Art Produce, University @ Herman St., North Park, across the last 15 years. It all starts today.
Come early today to play and create in our Make it Yourself Community Art Class featuring interactive and participatory murals in the Community Room and Garden from 2-4 pm, or stay late for the public Opening Reception of Looking Back/Forward from 6-9 pm.
Additional weekend activities in May and June include all ages art workshops, artist talks/salons, pop-up dinners, social dance in the beer garden, and the community wide North Park Festival of Arts, Saturday May 21, 10 am to 10 pm.
More: www.artproduce.org for ongoing updates.
LAST YEAR’S ART VIDEO STILL WORTH A VIEW:
Search link above for a great YouTube tour of vibrant art galleries, interesting food, and fashionable boutiques that make North and South Park two of the hippest neighborhoods in San Diego, and there is no mistaking the influence of the arts when visiting this part of town.
Radiating out from the heart of North Park at University Avenue and 30th Street, one can find colorful murals on rooftops, walls, and in alleyways. A carefully selected group of local artists have even painted the area's many utility boxes, and South Park is home to one of San Diego's most famous pieces of street art.
At the corner of 30th and Ivy, visitors will spy a beautiful two-story mural of a Burmese monk by famed street artist Shepard Fairey, best known for the Barack Obama "Hope" poster.
Find out more about San Diego's Nine Arts Districts, One Vibrant City: http://bit.ly/nineartsdistricts