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September 2022

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striking sculptures that transform the depreciated copper into art objects whose value is determined by social, cultural, and economic exchange. On view through October 30, Caycedo's work tells the story of Puerto Rico's paper bonds and how they represent the colonial past and the justifications for the debt crisis in Puerto Rico. On September 9 at 5:30pm, the community is invited to an opening reception to meet the artists. This all-ages celebration includes drinks, food, and music. icasandiego.org Debuts September 1-4 | Mingei International Museum The Rosin Box Project is closing its 2022 Season: Interplay with Debuts, a collection of four world premiere ballets, along with a virtual stream on September 3 at 7pm. Debuts captures four distinct choreographic voices, each uniquely different yet connected in their uninhibited approach with world premieres by TRBP resident artists Katie Spagnolletti and Jeremy Zapanta, and guest choreographer Myles Thatcher, soloist and choreographer with San Francisco Ballet. Also in the program is a company premiere of Sextette by Dance Magazine's "25 to Watch" and TRBP guest choreographer, Katarzyna Coronado Island Film Festival Classic Film Series Ongoing | Village Theater Coronado Island Film Festival's monthly Classic Film Series invites the community to enjoy classic films on the big screen the way they were meant to be seen. Upcoming screenings include High Society (September 28), The Birds (October 26), The Holiday (November 30), and Love Actually (December 28). Ticket price includes a complimentary glass of wine, beer, or a non-alcoholic beverage. coronadofilmfest.com Limitless Growth, Limited World Ongoing ICA San Diego / North Opening ICA San Diego / North's season are artist-in-residence Yaw Owusu and regional artist Carolina Caycedo. Both artists approach consumption from a monetary perspective by unpacking the exchange of wealth and its impact on cultural history. In his residency, Owusu, who will be on-site from September 9 through October 9 and whose work will be on view through November 20, asks the question: What is the value of a penny? Through an oxidation process, Owusu turns pennies into a variety of colors and combines them in visually Skarpetowska. A reception will follow the September 4 performance giving attendees the opportunity to meet and mingle with the dancers and choreographers. mingei.org San Diego Festival of the Arts September 10-11 San Diego Surf Sports Park After a successful move to a new location in 2021, the 2022 San Diego Culture @ranchandcoast ranchandcoast.com 50 SEPTEMBER 2022 RANCH & COAST MAGAZINE

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