Calendar: Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Arts

Chasing the Song

– La Jolla Playhouse announces the cast and creative team for its Page To Stage workshop production of Chasing the Song, a jubilant new musical by the team behind the Tony Award-winning musical Memphis, featuring book and lyrics by Joe DiPietro, music and lyrics by David Bryan and directed by Playhouse Artistic Director Christopher Ashley. Kicking off the Playhouse’s 2014/15 season, with Chasing the Song.
Arts

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.
Arts

Irving Berlin's Annie Get Your Gun

Annie Oakley is the best shot around, persuaded by Buffalo Bill to join his Wild West Show, Annie finds romance and then rivalry with her love interest once pitted against him in final shoot-out. The rousing, sure-fire finale hits the mark every time in a testament to the power of female ingenuity.
Arts

Student Art Show

Art and fashion students will be selling one of a kind artwork, eramics, jewelry and accessories. The exhibit is an exciting and masterful collection of class projects in various media. Selected artworks reflect the array of talent found in our college.
Construction

Elevator Constructor Apprentice

Applications must be filled out in perso durign the following sessions: Tuesday thru Friday: 12:30 to 5:30pm, Saturday: 8:30am to 3:30pm. A photo I.D. must be oresented during the application process. Applicants must be 18 years of age to apply, possess and provide an original copy of a H.S. Diploma. or H.S. Transcript or GED, pass an entrance exam and sit for an interview. Note: The exam will be administered at a later date.
Construction8:00a

Certified Occupational Safety Specialist

The Certified Occupational Safety Specialist Program (COSS) is a unique, curriculum-based training course that was conceived by safety professionals and is recognized nationwide for its rigorous standards and outstanding curriculum. COSS is designed to be an in-depth set of learning modules that equip workers with the core competencies of occupational safety and health for the Chemical, Construction, Energy, Engineering, Fire, Food, Government, Human Resources, Health, Medical, Municipal, Oil and Gas, Security, Shipyard, Transportation and Utility fields. Join us for this nationally-accredited safety certification program and leave with a rewarding and beneficial toolbox of tips, tricks, solutions (and a national designation) for your workplace safety program. COSS graduates also receive the OSHA 10-Hour Construction card, as well as the 10-Hour General Industry card.
Construction8:00a

NCCCO 2-Day Prep Course

This course is designed for someone with previous crane operating experience or looking to re-certify. This rate includes all study materials that are necessary for passing the core exam and all of the students specialty exams. The only additional fees you will incur are NCCO's fees, as they vary depending on the number of specialties the student is taking.
Construction8:00a

OSHA 10 Hour - Construction

This course covers OSHA Construction Standards (29CFR1926 and CCR Title 8) for safety at the job-site.
Government9:00a

Regional Water Quality Control Board Meeting

The purpose of theis meeting is for the San Diego Water Board to obtain testimony and information from concerned and affected persons and to make decisions based on the information received. Persons may submit written comments or evidence on the agenda notes and persons wishing to speak at the meeting should complete an attendance card.
Construction11:30a

IFMA San Diego May Luncheon

Being Water Wise Can Save Money & Natural Resources. As we are all aware of our recent dry winters and the Governor's drought declaration, the need for water-efficient practices has reached a critical factor. Urban and agricultural businesses have a special opportunity to enhance our regions WaterSmart culture.
Business5:00p

Time Out with SDSI

Reconnect with friends, meet likeminded entrepreneurs and connect with the SoCal sports business community in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. We will be surprised if you don’t walk away with at least three new connections. Register: http://bit.ly/1lv7cPE
Technology5:00p

3rd Annual May Tech Fiesta!

The program will feature 3-minute "elevator pitches" from selected companies to an audience of investment bankers, capital investment and planning experts, venture capitalists, angel investors, service providers, senior executives and other entrepreneurs. Presenting companies will also staff display tables during a networking reception before pitching their companies and products to the audience. At the end of the evening, audience voting will determine the winning company in each of the following categories: - Company you want to hear more about - Company most likely to be bought by Facebook - Company most likely to issue the largest tech IPO ever - Company most likely to be the first to meet Mark Cuban.
Construction6:00p

Photography for Personal Property Appraisers

Take your photography skills to the next level and improve your work flow at this 2 hour workshop with professional photographer Kevin Young. In this course, Mr. Young will discuss various methods and materials to improve your ability to photograph artwork, furniture and household contents for cataloging purposes. This course will provide an overview of methods, both hardware and software, to overcome difficult lighting situations, such as dim lighting, mixed color temperatures (tungsten, fluorescence, natural daylight, L.E.D.), and strong reflections in order to achieve excellent color and tonal representation of your subject. The presentation will be followed by an open discussion between instructor and attendees addressing the following: 1) assessing and adapting to previously experienced scenarios, 2) making the most of the tools in your toolbox.

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