San Diego Museum of Art

San Diego Museum of Art Located in the heart of Balboa Park, The San Diego Museum of Art brings the world's finest art to America's finest city. Always free for members.
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The Museum’s nationally renowned collections include Spanish and Italian old masters, South Asian paintings, and 19th and 20th century American paintings and sculptures. The Museum regularly features major exhibitions of art from around the world, as well as an extensive year-round schedule of programs. At The San Diego Museum of Art, exhibition text is always in English and Spanish.

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12/10/2020
SDMA Tutorial | How to Write "Dragon" in Japanese Calligraphy

⁣Stuck at home round two? Learn something new this quarantine! ⠀

In this art tutorial you will learn about a style of traditional Japanese calligraphy known as "Grass Script" 草書 or "cursive" script: a kind of calligraphy known for its expressive brushwork meant to look like leaves of grass swaying in the wind. Using a calligraphy scroll in the permanent collection by 19th century Japanese calligrapher Mugake Bun' Eki as a model, you will learn how to write the Japanese Character for "dragon" in a grass script with a calligraphy brush, sumi ink, and paper. 🐉⠀

Recommended age range: High School age students to Adults of all ages⠀

Featured: Mugaku Bun'eki. '"Calligraphy with "Dragon Character,' late 19th century. Hanging scroll. Gift of Gordon J. Brodfuehrer. 2010.65.⠀

#howto #artlesson #calligraphy #calligraphylesson #grassscript #Japanesecalligraphy #arthistory #asianart #SDMA #SanDiegoMuseumOfArt #MuseumAtHome #MuseumFromHome #mugakebuneki #cursivescript

12/09/2020
Virtual SDMA + San Diego Ballet | "Panama 66"

⁣All together now! 🎺🕺🏼💃🏻🎶⠀

Virtual SDMA+ San Diego Ballet features dynamic dance performances inspired by the art and architecture of the Museum’s May S. Marcy Sculpture Court & Garden and the Panama 66 restaurant, with original jazz compositions by Gilbert Castellanos.⠀
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Special thanks to Matt Carney, Executive Director of the San Diego Ballet.⠀⠀

Featured: Dancers Erin Mesaros, Zoe Marinello-Kohn, Jared Osoria, Sierra Crocker, Joseph LaChance, Jessica Conniff, Alexandra Lister, Phoebe Perry, Isabelle Galvin, Georgina Parfitt, Kanna Kitsunai, Bo Brinton, Stephanie Maiorano, and Tonatiuh Lopez Gomez perform an ensemble dance excerpt from a new ballet titled “Panama 66” in the Museum Sculpture Garden. Music is “Mi Ciudad” from Mi Tierra Suite by Gilbert Castellanos, commissioned by the San Diego Ballet for the ballet “Panama 66.”⠀


#ballet #ensemble #danceensemble #choereographer #balletchoreography #sandiegoballet #sandiego #jazz #contemporaryjazz #contemporaryballet #GilbertCastellanos #panama66 #SDMA #SanDiegoMuseumofArt #BalboaPark #Dance #DancePerformance #balletperformance #VirtualSDMA #VirtualSDMAplus #SDMAplus

⁣For those who still like fall most of all... 🍁🐿️🍂⠀⠀We're sharing these images of the great outdoors and their brilliant...
12/06/2020

⁣For those who still like fall most of all... 🍁🐿️🍂⠀

We're sharing these images of the great outdoors and their brilliant fall colors this quarantine season.⠀

Born #OnThisDay in 1901 #AmericanPhotographer #EliotPorter is best known for his richly colored photography of the natural world. Take a virtual road trip with us, before it's officially winter, to watch #DeciduousTrees change color at the swipe of your fingertips. ⠀

Comment which image is your favorite. We couldn't decide! ⠀

Featured: ⠀

Eliot Furness Porter. "Aspens by Lake," September 14, 1959. Dye transfer on paper. Victor Diaz Color Photography Collection. 2015.395.5.⠀
Eliot Furness Porter. "Aspens," 1959. Dye transfer on paper. Victor Diaz Color Photography Collection. 2015.391.7. ⠀
Eliot Furness Porter. "Birch Trees on Cliff," September 30, 1963. Dye transfer on paper. Victor Diaz Color Photography Collection. 2015.395.6⠀
Eliot Furness Porter. "Red Tree Near Cades Cove," October 7, 1967. Dye transfer on paper. Victor Diaz Color Photography Collection. 2015.395.7.⠀
Eliot Furness Porter. "Maple Leaves and Pine Needles," October 3, 1956. Dye transfer on paper. Victor Diaz Color Photography Collection. 2015.394.5.⠀

#photography #eliotfurnessporter #colorphotography #landscape #landscapephotography #americanphotographer #deciduous #trees #fall #fallcolors #oudoorphotography #SDMAcollection #SDMA #SanDiegoMuseumofArt

⁣How did this traditionally European image of the Virgin Mary nursing the infant Jesus come to 16th century ​Mughal Indi...
12/04/2020

⁣How did this traditionally European image of the Virgin Mary nursing the infant Jesus come to 16th century ​Mughal India? ⠀

Explore the blend of cultures and styles shown in "The Virgin and Child," which was completed in the 1590s for the Mughal emperor Akbar, then mounted onto the ​gilded page of an album made for his son and successor, Jahangir. Learn the history and significance of this beautiful work of art and folio page in this week’s Masterpiece Minute podcast. 🎙️⠀

Episode 34: https://bit.ly/3lMrTt7
All Epiodes: https://bit.ly/3bhalRJ

Featured: "The Virgin and Child," painting mounted on a detached album folio. Mughal India, Agra, ca. 1590–98 (album page ca. 1610). Ink, opaque watercolor, and gold on paper. Edwin Binney 3rd Collection, 1990.293. ⠀

#mughal #india ##virginmary #europeanart #indianart #podcast #artpodcast #museumpodcast #museumfromhome #museumathome #SDMA #SanDiegoMuseumofArt #artmuseum #arthistory

Thank you to our #GivingTuesday supporters and Edward Jones-Financial Advisor: David Tam, for celebrating generosity, su...
12/02/2020

Thank you to our #GivingTuesday supporters and Edward Jones-Financial Advisor: David Tam, for celebrating generosity, supporting the arts in San Diego, and sustaining the vibrant community center that is #SDMA!

12/02/2020
Virtual SDMA + San Diego Ballet | "Panama 66"

⁣All together now! 🎺🕺🏼💃🏻🎶⠀

Virtual SDMA+ San Diego Ballet features dynamic dance performances inspired by the art and architecture of the Museum’s May S. Marcy Sculpture Court & Garden and the Panama 66 restaurant, with original jazz compositions by Gilbert Castellanos.⠀
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Special thanks to Matt Carney, Executive Director of the San Diego Ballet.⠀⠀

Featured: Dancers Erin Mesaros, Zoe Marinello-Kohn, Jared Osoria, Sierra Crocker, Joseph LaChance, Jessica Conniff, Alexandra Lister, Phoebe Perry, Isabelle Galvin, Georgina Parfitt, Kanna Kitsunai, Bo Brinton, Stephanie Maiorano, and Tonatiuh Lopez Gomez perform an ensemble dance excerpt from a new ballet titled “Panama 66” in the Museum Sculpture Garden. Music is “Mi Ciudad” from Mi Tierra Suite by Gilbert Castellanos, commissioned by the San Diego Ballet for the ballet “Panama 66.”⠀


#ballet #ensemble #danceensemble #choereographer #balletchoreography #sandiegoballet #sandiego #jazz #contemporaryjazz #contemporaryballet #GilbertCastellanos #panama66 #SDMA #SanDiegoMuseumofArt #BalboaPark #Dance #DancePerformance #balletperformance #VirtualSDMA #VirtualSDMAplus #SDMAplus

12/02/2020
Virtual SDMA + San Diego Ballet | “Mi Gente” performed by Kanna Kitsunai and Bo Brinton

⁣Have you ever wanted to dance amongst the sculptures outdoors? 🩰🏛️🍂⠀

Virtual SDMA+ San Diego Ballet features dynamic dance performances shot on location and inspired by the art and architecture of the Museum’s May S. Marcy Sculpture Court & Garden and the Panama 66 restaurant, with original jazz compositions by Gilbert Castellanos.⠀

#VirtualSDMA+ San Diego Ballet online performances are shared on Tuesdays at 6:00 p.m. PT, check back next week for another free virtual performance!⠀

Although the Museum remains closed, the outdoor sculpture May S. Marcy Sculpture Court & Garden and Panama 66 restaurant remain open. Enjoy a meal and the newly installed "Augmented Reality 𝘢𝘭 𝘍𝘳𝘦𝘴𝘤𝘰" feature. See art come to life with augmented reality! #BalboaPark visitors can see seven featured AR experiences now available to all on The San Diego Museum of Art front steps.⠀

Featured: Excerpt from “Mi Gente” performed by Kanna Kitsunai and Bo Brinton. ⠀
Choreographed by Javier Velasco. ⠀
Music composed by Gilbert Castellanos.⠀

#balletperformance #ballet #contemporaryballet #SDballet #jazz #SanDiegoBallet #jazzcomposition #VirtualSDMAplus #VirtualPerformance #VirtualSDMA #SanDiegoMuseumofArt #SDMAplus #SanDiegodance #gilbertcastellanos

⁣#GivingTuesday is here! Join the generosity movement by supporting The San Diego Museum of Art, your local art museum.⠀...
12/01/2020

⁣#GivingTuesday is here! Join the generosity movement by supporting The San Diego Museum of Art, your local art museum.⠀

This GivingTuesday, Choose SDMA! Donate Here: https://bit.ly/366wthC⠀




#Giving #MuseumofFineArts #SDMA #FineArtMuseum #SanDiegoMuseumofArt #FineArts #donate #artsandculture #MuseumofArt #donation #ArtMuseum #giveback #SanDiegoMuseum

⁣Are you participating in #GivingTuesday on December 1st? ⠀⠀GivingTuesday is a global generosity movement that transform...
11/29/2020

⁣Are you participating in #GivingTuesday on December 1st? ⠀

GivingTuesday is a global generosity movement that transforms our communities through the act of giving back. ❤⠀

Donations to The San Diego Museum of Art allow us to share essential exhibitions and educational programs. Consider making a gift to SDMA, your local art museum!⠀

Donate Here: https://bit.ly/366wthC⠀



#SDMA #SanDiegoMuseumofArt #BalboaPark #Giving #donate #artsandculture #donation #giveback #SanDiegoMuseum #ArtMuseum #MuseumofArt #FineArts #FineArtMuseum #MuseumofFineArts

⁣Is photography your passion? 📸⠀⠀Now photographers and photography lovers everywhere can enjoy our latest exhibition "Ma...
11/28/2020

⁣Is photography your passion? 📸⠀

Now photographers and photography lovers everywhere can enjoy our latest exhibition "Masters of Photography: The Garner Collection" virtually with full label text on our website and on the SDMA app! ⠀

Emphasizing iconic images by some of the most famous photographers from the 20th century to the present, "Masters of Photography: The Garner Collection" presents an occasion to reflect on photography’s role in history and society, and to consider its future trajectory.⠀

https://www.sdmart.org/exhibition/masters-of-photography-the-garner-collection/⠀

Featured: William Edward Dassonville (American, 1879 – 1957). Yosemite Valley, 1905. Platinum print. The Garner Collection.⠀

#photography #historyofphotography #photographyexhibition #blackandwhitephotography #blackandwhitephotograph #SDMA #SanDiegoMuseumofArt #virtualexhibition #SDMAyourWay #20thcenturyphotography #analogphoto #analogphotography

⁣Thanksgiving conjures images of turkeys, coming together, and expressing gratitude. 🦃 ⠀⠀We extend our thanks to all of ...
11/26/2020

⁣Thanksgiving conjures images of turkeys, coming together, and expressing gratitude. 🦃 ⠀

We extend our thanks to all of you on this special holiday and take this opportunity to recognize that the Museum rests on Kumeyaay land. We extend our gratitude to the Kumeyaay Nation in our continued efforts to bring more inclusive art and programming to our community. We recognize and educate ourselves on the complex histories that come before us. ⠀

Learn more about the Kumeyaay Peoples with us: https://museumofus.org/exhibits/kumeyaay-native-californians/

Special thanks to the Museum of Us for compiling information and taking the accountability and initiative to enact meaningful change in #BalboaPark and beyond. ⠀

Have a happy and safe Thanksgiving.⠀

Featured: Anna Mary Robertson Moses (AKA Grandma Moses). "Catching the Thanksgiving Turkey," ca. 1943. Oil on board. Gift of Pliny F. Munger. 1958.28. ⠀

#thanksgiving #museumofallofus #SDMA #SDMAyourWay #SanDiegoMuseumofArt #kumeyaaypeoples #kumeyaayland

11/25/2020
Virtual SDMA + San Diego Ballet | “Mi Gente” performed by Kanna Kitsunai and Bo Brinton

⁣Have you ever wanted to dance amongst the sculptures outdoors? 🩰🏛️🍂⠀

Virtual SDMA+ San Diego Ballet features dynamic dance performances shot on location and inspired by the art and architecture of the Museum’s May S. Marcy Sculpture Court & Garden and the Panama 66 restaurant, with original jazz compositions by Gilbert Castellanos.⠀

#VirtualSDMA+ San Diego Ballet online performances are shared on Tuesdays at 6:00 p.m. PT, check back next week for another free virtual performance!⠀

Although the Museum remains closed, the outdoor sculpture May S. Marcy Sculpture Court & Garden and Panama 66 restaurant remain open. Enjoy a meal and the newly installed "Augmented Reality 𝘢𝘭 𝘍𝘳𝘦𝘴𝘤𝘰" feature. See art come to life with augmented reality! #BalboaPark visitors can see seven featured AR experiences now available to all on The San Diego Museum of Art front steps.⠀

Featured: Excerpt from “Mi Gente” performed by Kanna Kitsunai and Bo Brinton. ⠀
Choreographed by Javier Velasco. ⠀
Music composed by Gilbert Castellanos.⠀

#balletperformance #ballet #contemporaryballet #SDballet #jazz #SanDiegoBallet #jazzcomposition #VirtualSDMAplus #VirtualPerformance #VirtualSDMA #SanDiegoMuseumofArt #SDMAplus #SanDiegodance #gilbertcastellanos

11/25/2020
Virtual SDMA + San Diego Ballet | “Panama 66” performed by Conniff, Lister, Perry, Galvin, Parfitt

Turn your sound on... 🔊🎶 And let this performance move you! 🩰

Virtual SDMA+ San Diego Ballet features dynamic dance performances shot on location and inspired by the art and architecture of the Museum’s May S. Marcy Sculpture Court & Garden and the Panama 66 restaurant, with original jazz compositions by Gilbert Castellanos.

#VirtualSDMA+ San Diego Ballet online performances are shared on Tuesdays at 6:00 p.m. PT, check back next week for another free virtual performance!

Featured: Excerpt from “Panama 66” performed by Jessica Conniff, Alexandra Lister, Phoebe Perry, Isabelle Galvin, and Georgina Parfitt.
Choreographed by Javier Velasco.
Music composed by Gilbert Castellanos.

#ballet #SDballet #sandiegoballet #contemporaryballet #balletperformance #contemporaryjazz #jazzmusic #jazzballet #balletjazz #SanDiegoMuseumofArt #SDMA #SDMAyourWay #BalboaPark #SanDiego #ArtAndCulture #dance #danceperfomance

11/21/2020
René Magritte. "The Shadows," 1966. Oil on canvas.

⁣Born #OnThisDay in 1898, #BelgianPainter René Magritte, is known for his witty and thought-provoking images, spending his career giving new meaning to familiar things.⠀

Magritte along with Miró and Dalí, is considered one of the most important #Surrealist artists.⠀

What could this pipe and tree possibly mean? 🤔🌳 Watch this short video for an interpretation.⠀

Special thanks to Guru, download the SDMA app to listen and learn more about the #SDMAcollection.⠀

Featured: ⠀
René Magritte (AKA René-François-Ghislain Magritte). "The Shadows," 1966. Oil on canvas. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Norton S. Walbridge. 1976.205.⠀
Joan Miró. "Ceramics," 1974. Lithograph. Gift of John and Birgit Ford. 2008.348.⠀
Salvador Dalí (AKA Salvador Felipe Jacinto Dalí). "Specter of the Evening," 1930. Oil on canvas. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Irving T. Snyder. 1941.4. ⠀

#Magritte #ReneMagritte #thisisnotapipe #surrealism #begianartist #surrealistartist #painter #arthistory #surrealistart #SDMAcollection #SDMA #SanDiegoMuseumofArt #MuseumFromHome #MuseumAtHome

11/20/2020
Virtual SDMA + San Diego Ballet | “Panama 66” performed by Conniff, Lister, Perry, Galvin, Parfitt

Turn your sound on... 🔊🎶 And let this performance move you! 🩰

Virtual SDMA+ San Diego Ballet features dynamic dance performances shot on location and inspired by the art and architecture of the Museum’s May S. Marcy Sculpture Court & Garden and the Panama 66 restaurant, with original jazz compositions by Gilbert Castellanos.

#VirtualSDMA+ San Diego Ballet online performances are shared on Tuesdays at 6:00 p.m. PT, check back next week for another free virtual performance!

Featured: Excerpt from “Panama 66” performed by Jessica Conniff, Alexandra Lister, Phoebe Perry, Isabelle Galvin, and Georgina Parfitt.
Choreographed by Javier Velasco.
Music composed by Gilbert Castellanos.

#ballet #SDballet #sandiegoballet #contemporaryballet #balletperformance #contemporaryjazz #jazzmusic #jazzballet #balletjazz #SanDiegoMuseumofArt #SDMA #SDMAyourWay #BalboaPark #SanDiego #ArtAndCulture #dance #danceperfomance

11/19/2020

Now you can step inside the Museum from anywhere! 🏛️🖼️🏠⠀

Enjoy 360-degree scans of your favorite galleries, zoom in to see art details, and read full label text in both English and Spanish, all from the comfort of home.⠀

Move through the galleries by clicking on the round icons located throughout the Museum while exploring each work of art, similar to Google Maps but with the ability to zoom in to individual works of art and read labels!⠀

This 360 tour of the Museum brings you inside the galleries, even while the Museum is temporarily closed. ⠀

SDMA 360: A Virtual Gallery Experience: https://www.SDMArt.org/sdma-360-tour/

This project is made possible with the support of Museum members. Join today at SDMArt.org/membership/

Virtual 360 tour created in partnership with Coastal Property Tours

#360tour #museumtour #balboapark #SDMA #SDMAyourWay #SanDiegoMuseumofArt #MuseumFromHome #MuseumAtHome #virtualmuseum #SDmuseumsfromhome #SDmuseumsathome Balboa Park Explore Balboa Park San Diego Museum Council

11/18/2020
Virtual SDMA + San Diego Ballet | Stephanie Maiorano and Tonatiuh Lopez Gomez, "YLJC"

Dance with us by dappled light 🌞🍂🩰

Virtual SDMA+ San Diego Ballet features dynamic dance performances inspired by the art and architecture of the Museum’s May S. Marcy Sculpture Court & Garden and the Panama 66 restaurant, with original jazz compositions by Gilbert Castellanos.

Virtual #SDMA+ San Diego Ballet online performances are shared on Tuesdays at 6:00 p.m. PT, check back next week for another free virtual performance!

Featured: Stephanie Maiorano and Tonatiuh Lopez Gomez. Choreographed by Javier Velasco. “YLJC" from Mi Tierra Suite by Gilbert Castellanos, commissioned by the San Diego Ballet for the ballet “Panama 66."

#ballet #SDballet #SanDiegoBallet #contemporaryballet #jazz #jazzcomposition #gilbertcastellanos #VirtualPerformance #SDMAplus #VirtualSDMA #VirtualSDMAplus #SanDiegoMuseumofArt #SanDiegodance #balletperformance

⁣Happy 100th birthday, #WayneThiebaud! 🍦🍰🍩🧁⠀⠀A century of art and creativity may seem impossible to some, but it would s...
11/15/2020

⁣Happy 100th birthday, #WayneThiebaud! 🍦🍰🍩🧁⠀

A century of art and creativity may seem impossible to some, but it would seem #Thiebaud has found a way to have his cake and eat it too. 🎂⠀

A native of Arizona, Thiebaud was attending high school in Long Beach, California when he had his first artistic employment at the #WaltDisneyStudios in Los Angeles. ⠀

Initially trained as a #commercialartist, Thiebaud went on to study art at several schools in California before joining the faculty of the University of California at Davis in 1960 where he began to create works depicting commonplace objects of mass culture akin to the emerging Pop Art movement. Prominent among these were still-lifes of desserts and confections such as "Caged Pie," rendered with heavy #impasto, bold colors and strong shadows in contrast to the flat, matter-of-fact treatment of objects in the works of most Pop artists. ⠀

Featured: Wayne Thiebaud (AKA Wayne Morton Thiebaud). "Caged Pie," 1962. Oil on canvas. Museum purchase through the Earle W. Grant Acquisition Fund. 1977.109. ⠀

#centenarian #cagedpie #popart #newrealism #bayareafigurativemovement #americanpainter #contemporaryartist #americanart #SDMAcollection #SDMAyourWay #SanDiegoMuseumofArt #massculture

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The Museum’s nationally renowned collections include Spanish and Italian old masters, South Asian paintings, and 19th and 20th century American paintings and sculptures. The Museum regularly features major exhibitions of art from around the world, as well as an extensive year-round schedule of programs. At The San Diego Museum of Art, exhibition text is always in English and Spanish. Admission is always free for visitors ages 17 & under.

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This post is in response to the email I received which began with: "The San Diego Museum of Art is committed to upholding the tenets of equality and the standards of ethical consciousness." Thank you so much for this email! It expresses so well what I want to shout to the rooftops. I do plan to post it on my own page, and I added it to a conversation going just now on Next Door (identifying it of course as coming from you)
Virtual Art Alive 2020
Enjoy Virtual Art Alive from the San Diego Museum of Art!! Sandra Reese, CNE, SRES Pacific Sotheby's International Realty 858.342.2317 CA DRE#01125019
Just an FYI. SDMA is free tonight after 5p.
New project by Danish photographer about ‘the joy of looking at people’
A big thank you to The San Diego Museum of Art for supporting the recent fundraiser for Assistance League of Greater San Diego. Your donation to our silent auction helped make our event a wonderful success.
I am excited to announce Isla Vampira, an immersive theatrical experience in Downtown San Diego this October. ENTER INTO A WORLD WHERE SHIPWRECKED PIRATES MEET THEIR DOOM AT THE HANDS OF INSATIABLE VAMPIRES. As you enter this handcrafted world, complete with actors, performers, otherworldly scenes, and festive Halloween spirit, you will be transported to the shores of Isla Vampira. This party will then continue on in a handful of grottoes, bars, and coves, each with unique temptations. 100% of Isla Vampira’s ticket profits go directly to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. To learn more about our event, please visit www.islavampira.com #islavampira2019 Isla Vampira Directed by Fernando Apodaca
Attention! If you are interested in this work of art, it will be auctioned by “Morton Auctions” in Mexico City on Thursday, October 16, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. If you are interested or know someone who is interested, opt for more information with Ana Segoviano at the phone number: 5552-83-3140 Ext. 3146 Mexico, or email: [email protected] Digital catalog and more information for online auction and from any country at the following link: https://issuu.com/mortonsubastas/docs/cata_logo_digital_13_?fr=sMzRkZTE2MTU3NA To participate remotely you must register 24 hours before the auction. Description: Yan María Yaoyólotl Castro (Mexico 1952 -) Mis Kan’an ú (Clarity on the horizon when the light begins to come out), from the Women series Signed and dated Mex. 91 Gouache on paper 60.5 X 45.5 cm With certificate of authenticity from the Mexican Society of Authors of Plastic Arts, signed by the artist, 2002. Exhibited in “Women in art. Resonance in action ”, shows presented in the Adamo Boari room of the Museum of the Palace of Fine Arts of Mexico City, March 2019. Includes postcard and poster of the exhibition in which the work was published. With label of the National Institute of Fine Arts. She is an outstanding painter, manager and Mexican activist. She was co-founder of important lesbian feminist groups and director of MujerArte A. C., a group that deals with domestic and sexual violence. Currently it protects one of the most complete archives (photographs, posters and documents) of the feminist movements of Mexico. Its name Yaoyólotl was chosen by her and comes from the Mayan verb "Yan": to be / to be, and from Nahualt "yao": heart and "teot": warrior. Source consulted: artist's blog www.yanmaria-yaoyolotl.blogspot.com $ 40,000- $ 60,000 M.N. Catalog page 47 artwork number 49.
San Diego's Mario Torereo, New TedTalk.
You should remove terms from your public website and social media threads that says things like "The museum purchase etc., from funds donated by (any) Gildred of San Diego" and "Refund the Gildred Families of any acquired Donation" Promise once this matter is completed to donate if not all most of the funds to a public cause: read more here: X-La jolla attorney lawyer Alan Seth Rafkin not doing so well at all... https://twitter.com/GildredTom/status/1153072790347681800?s=20 https://iapps.courts.state.ny.us/nyscef/ViewDocument?docIndex=03UmWZWaXiUQluGSAncaQg== https://twitter.com/GildredTom/status/1153072790347681800?s=20
Last March I was in San Diego on a bus tour and spent several hours in Balbo Park. As I love Art, one of my first stops was at the San Diego Art Museum. I came just a little bit after 11 a.m. and was very upset that a free tour already started. But as it turned out it did not start at all as no people came. I asked a person close to the ad for a free tour and he told that I was only one interested in the tour, that we could start late and that I could choose any topic for a tour. I did not have much time and asked for highlights of the collection. I love art and try to go to an Art Museum in every city I visit. I heard lots of lectures and had many tours in different US cities and abroad but never better one than at San Diego Art Museum. The docent Ray Menedus (I hope I remember his name correctly) was both highly knowledgeable and engaging. When we started, I was the only one person in the group. When we finished, we had 6 people from my bus tour and they all were equally impressed with the tour guide. Because of Ray Menedus I will always remember San Diego Art Museum with only one disappointment that I did not have enough time to enjoy the collection and would not be able to participate in his other tours and/or lectures. I would like to say from me and people from my bus tour group my deepest thank you to Ray Menedus for the wonderful tour of the collection highlights. Galina Kogel