Calendar: Tuesday, April 29, 2014


Metaloci: Points of Transformation

"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.

Money 101 and Credit Smart Class

A crash course in better money management for college students and adults alike. The purpose of the workshop is to give you the information you need, and reference materials to be successful in managing your finances.

Confined Space Entrant, Attendant & Supervisor

This course is designed to meet the requirements of OSHA 29 CFR 1910.146, as well as Cal/OSHA Title 8, CCR sections 5156 and 5157. Following completion, the participants will possess the skills and knowledge needed to operate as trained confined space entrants and attendants. The course can be tailored to reflect your facility’s work environment and will teach both the hazards of confined spaces, as well as ways of controlling these hazards. It also includes hands-on training with atmospheric monitors.
Real Estate9:00a

Seller Representative Specialist

This two-day program helps you represent seller clients in today’s market by focusing on differing listing models, field issues, legal and code ramifications, and more.

San Diego Architectural Foundation Launches Context

The San Diego Architectural Foundation (SDAF) announces the launch of its newest educational program, Context, an ongoing forum to keep the conversation alive about the value of excellence in the design of our built environment. The first program in the series is titled, Context Volume I: Celebrating Civic Courage. The event will honor the new San Diego Central Library and those involved in its planning, design, funding and construction. The highlight of the evening will be an intimate on-stage conversation between Dr. Irwin Jacobs, architect Rob Wellington Quigley, FAIA and moderator Darlene Shiley.

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