ArtWalk @ Liberty Station

ArtWalk @ Liberty Station returns for its first in-person event since the pandemic hit. Artists have been struggling to find venues to show their work since March, and we encourage San Diegans to come out and support them. The show includes artists from both sides of the border, working in all mediums, from paintings to […]

Coronado Island Film Festival

2020 will mark the 5th Anniversary of the Coronado Island Film Festival (CIFF). This year may be a little different for us, with the ever-changing restrictions of the COVID pandemic, but we have not lost our commitment to celebrate the magic of film and to spotlight the gifted filmmakers who have poured out their creativity, […]

Women’s Film Festival

Set for November 13- 15, 2020, the online edition of the Women’s Film Festival will offer a slate of films on a VOD model in partnership with Festival Scope and Shift72. The films screened at the Festival showcase a diverse spectrum of talent both on and off the screen. This allows audience members in our community who […]

Be About It

Experience live performances by seven local artists repping seven local nonprofits. Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation has partnered with local writer and performing artist Gill Sotu for “Be About It,” a FREE Facebook and Instagram Live concert celebrating community organizations through performances. Each local entertainer will perform a custom set that pays tribute to the […]

Musical Migrations with Art of Elan

Art of Elan’s innovative 14th season begins with a series of Musical Migrations. Similar to progressive dinners where different courses are served at different houses, these short musical performances will activate various neighborhoods of San Diego in a walkabout-style that allows for 8-10 audience members at specific houses or sites where a small group of […]

Art in Flux & National Gallery X: SHIFTING GROUND

Recently there has been a rethinking of the importance of migrant voices within British Art History. First generation British South Asian artists like Anwar Jalal Shemza and Rasheed Araeen have been included in museum exhibitions globally and art history books are being rewritten and rethought. These changes make it possible for new conversations to take […]

FALL in love with DANCE again

Photo credit: Manuel Rotenberg Join San Diego Dance Theater for an evening of dance at your own comfort level. Experience fine dining while enjoying the performance on THE LOT’s large […]

UnderScored

In UnderScored, Ephrat Asherie and her company of dancers explore the forms of club dancing that arose in New York during the 1970s and 1980s as part of the house music scene. The work explores the almost utopian panracial/pansexual scene at the Paradise Garage and other popular venues in the midst of the HIV crisis, […]

Together Apart: Strings, Winds, and Brass

On November 20th, 45 San Diego Symphony musicians return to Copley Symphony Hall at Jacobs Music Center for the first time since March! Even though we can’t all be together in concert, we hope you’ll tune in for a live-streamed performance of diverse classical works featuring our strings, winds, and brass, with works spanning from […]

Beaujolais Nouveau and Beyond 2020 Celebration

What better way to celebrate the end of the 2020 wine harvest in style than with the French-American Chamber of Commerce. The (online) Music, Food and Wine Celebration will include Classic French songs with Jennifer Bergamot-Rose; French food tasting and cooking demo with French Chef Hughes Cossard: Poached Pears in Red Wine – Perfect recipe […]

Sonnets & Soul

In the first workshop of this new musical piece, Black, queer love stands at the forefront. Through the lens of iconic black musical forms and the sonnets of Shakespeare, we […]

The Turkey Calling Show

The UC San Diego Library’s annual Turkey Calling Show is going virtual this year! Join us for a live Facebook Premiere of a short and sweet version of this beloved event, which […]