The exhibition will showcase some of California’s finest plein air painters. Plein air artists paint outdoors to capture the spontaneity and transience of light as it is reflected on the natural world. The exhibition includes paintings done in outdoor locations, as well as ones painted in studio environments after the artist has created smaller outdoor studies. The public is invited to the artists’ reception on Sunday, June 29, 2-4 p.m
The music revue of a generation! Seven multi-talented performers and San Diego's hottest band take you on an unforgettable ride through the biggest hits and hte most memorable events of the Baby Boom Decades! Featuring great music fromteh 60s and 70s!
Ottmar puts out one a year, like a novelist or the tax man.
This year there are two…. Beyond expectation… ‘Three-oh-five’, and ‘Bare Wood’.
Ottmar has been nominated for 6 Grammy’s and has multiple Gold and Platinum records (www.ottmarliebert.com/biography/awards.php). He has sold millions of records across the globe. This skilled practitioner of contemporary flamenco guitar is always a surprise.
San Diego State University will officially break ground on a new 23,500-square-foot basketball performance center. The university also has announced the building will be named the Jeff Jacobs JAM Center, in honor of the supporters whose key donations made the facility possible. The name was approved by the California State University Board of Trustees on Tuesday. Preliminary site work has already begun where the Jeff Jacobs JAM Center will be located, just south of the Fowler Athletics Center and east of the football practice fields. The facility, which will support the continued growth and development of the SDSU Men’s and Women’s basketball teams, includes two full-length courts, eight baskets, locker rooms, film rooms, team lounges, athletic training room and coaches locker rooms.