Opening the series, the classic lawyer comedy film “Adam’s Rib” will screen on Wednesday, April 2, 2014 at 2:30 p.m. in the Auditorium of the New San Diego Central Library @ Joan Λ Irwin Jacobs Common. The Library’s “Classic Cinema” movie showcase highlights the best movies that are considered “classics.” Audience discussions will often follow the screenings. These events are FREE and open to the public.
April 2 — “Adam’s Rib” (1949) — With husband and wife lawyers Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn.
April 9 — “12 Angry Men” (1957) — With Henry Fonda, Lee J. Cobb, Martin Balsam, inside a tense jury trial.
April 16 —“Anatomy of a Murder” (1959) — With James Stewart and Lee Remick, directed by Otto Preminger.
April 23 — “Inherit the Wind” (1960) — With Spencer Tracy and Fredric March.
Richard A. Lou, "Stories On My Back" and James Luna, "I CON". Two artists examine the complexities of cultural identity in this thought-provoking exhibit.
In this tauut and witty drama filled with reveleations of love affairs, dreams ad the founding of Israel, layers are peeled away to reveal the deep hearts of two caring and compassionate human beings. By the author of HALPREN and JOHNSON, Lionel Goldstein once again takes us deep into the hearts of two fascinating characters.
A musical celebration of the American West. A well-crafted quilt needs a skilled hand, a hopeful spirit and and eye for the order of things. This singular American musical is a celebration of the extraordinary, everyday women who helped settle the West.
"Metaloci: Points of Transformation" is an exhibition curated by the San Diego Mesa College Museum Studies
Program at the Mission Valley Library. Featured artists: Jenny Armer, Teresa Chen, Scott Genglebach, Daniele
Fratarcangeli, Joshua Krause, Miguel Milló, Reinhart Selvik, and Charity Vincent. “Metaloci: Points of Transformation” is a group exhibit that investigates the elusive nature of transformation through
the use of glass, metal, paint, photography, found-objects, and more. Each of the artists in the show has his own
unique methodology for creating art, but the one common denominator among them all is an ability to transform
ideas into tangible images and objects that embody a process of transformation.