Dance in Motion: Silfredo LA O
Friday, April 18 @ 7 p.m. before the 8 p.m. show
A professional dancer in the Afro-Cuban and Haitian tradition, Silfredo La O aims to WOW you. Using the floor as a canvas, Silfredo merges modern dance with painting, creating masterpieces in both movement and color.
NTC at Liberty Station: Live Music
Saturday, April 19 @ 7 p.m. before the 8 p.m. show
Enjoy an eclectic mix of live music provided by the Recreational Music Center, which is a nonprofit community music school for children and adults within NTC at Liberty Station. Plus, learn about all that this civic, arts, and culture district located at the former Naval Training Center in Point Loma—has to offer.
Cy Kuck: The Art Around You
Thursday, April 24 @ 7 p.m. before the 8 p.m. show
Have you ever found beauty in the pattern of cars of on the freeway or the planes overhead? Filmmaker, photographer, and professor Cy Kuck shows you what you may have missed. His layering and editing in his short films shot in San Diego highlight the beauty found around you everyday.
DNA of Creativity
Saturday, April 26 @ 7 p.m. before the 8 p.m. show
Delve more deeply into the motivations of Rothko by exploring what happens when the Rorschach inkblot test meets giant Zen brush painting techniques of Rosemary KimBal.. San Diego Visual Network will present the DNA of creativity in the PechaKucha format where 4 teams will project 10 slides with only 20 seconds to describe each image. Learn about SD View Art Now:Patricia Frischer, Sea Changes: Act : Kira Corser, Urban Succession Jason Rogalski and PAMM - PolyAesthetic Mapping: The Muses : Kaz Maslanka. Use the code SDVAN and $10 of your ticket will be donated back to this study..
Exposicion Alquimia - Mariza Sanchez
Saturday, March 29 - Saturday, April 27
Mexican born visual artist Sanchez exhibits works inspired by the creations of Mark Rothko
"I approach the work in a continued dialogue with the otherness. It is never pre-determined, but rather created on the spot, in the terrain. I am open to whatever might happen and seek to preserve the sense of the extraordinary." - Mariza Sanchez