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June 2023

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about the modes of living and being as an artist. Original artist projects by Irène de Watteville, Jean Lowe and Kim MacConnel, and Irma Sofia Poeter will transport viewers to their personal spaces and playfully explore the history of Wisteria Cottage as a residence. lajollahistory.org Native American Arts Festival Week June 18-23 | Idyllwild Arts Campus is weeklong annual event seeks to inspire internal reflection and laughter while also igniting important conversations about topics that shape Indigenous communities for a balanced and provocative learning experience. Highlights include the Opening Day Celebration, a full day of cultural programming and sharing of Cahuilla and Serrano Bird Singing, sampling of California Native foods, artist vendors, and hands-on activities. Curated by concludes with the traditional Fireworks Spectacular on July 4. Ticket prices vary, and all Grandstand tickets include same-day admission to the fair. sdfair.com Spellbound June 17 | San Dieguito United Methodist Church Women's chamber chorus Sorelle San Diego presents Spellbound, a spring concert directed by Michelle Risling and accompanied by Ronél Wishnuff. At 4pm, Sorelle will perform compelling choral works inspired by a diverse collection of living women composers including e Definition of Beauty, with music by Alice Parker and text by Emily Dickinson, In the Middle, based on Barbara Crooker's poem, and, inspiring the concert's title, Spellbound, the story of young stars awakening to their collective power and beauty. Suggested donation to attend is $20/$10 student. sorellesandiego.com e Artist at Home June 17-September 3 La Jolla Historical Society Wisteria Cottage Gallery Explore the studios and domestic spaces of artists from throughout San Diego and Baja California through partial reconstructions and reimagining of their studios, original photography, and images of historic artists' homes from across the country, visualizing how these spaces influence artistic production and collaboration, and what they reveal Love All June 3-July 2 | La Jolla Playhouse is Playhouse season opener and world premiere from award-winning playwright, professor, actor, and author Anna Deavere Smith is the triumphant story of the rise of tennis icon and social justice pioneer Billie Jean King. A trailblazer for equality, King faced tough competition on the court and adversity in the world, all against a backdrop of the massive social changes of the 1960s and '70s. Directed by Marc Bruni (Beautiful: e Carole King Musical) with Chilina Kennedy in the lead role as King, Love All evokes the highs and lows of King's extraordinary career, and asks not just what it takes to be a champion, but what it takes to change the course of history. lajollaplayhouse.org Toyota Summer Concert Series Select Dates June 7-July 4 Del Mar Fairgrounds Entertainment is always a star feature of the San Diego County Fair, and the Corona Grandstand Stage will feature a variety of performers in this year's lineup. e series kicks off with Train (June 7), followed by La Adictiva (June 11), Lynyrd Skynyrd (June 17), Grupo Bronco (June 18), Boyz II Men (June 22), Stephen Marley with Hirie (June 24), Los Tigres del Norte (June 25), Randy Houser (June 29), Alabama (July 1), Switchfoot (July 3), and THE ARTIST AT HOME: IRMA SOFIA POETER, PHOTO BY JOEY HERRING ART FOR THE PEOPLE: WORKER AND MACHINE, 1928. HUGO GELLERT (1892-1985), © HUGO GELLERT; COURTESY OF MARY RYAN GALLERY, NEW YORK Culture ranchandcoast.com 36 JUNE 2023 RANCH & COAST MAGAZINE

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