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June 2023

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inspiring journey of a woman who broke barriers and became the Queen of Rock n' Roll. broadwaysd.com O'Keeffe and Moore rough August 27 e San Diego Museum of Art Uniting the work of Georgia O'Keeffe and Henry Moore for the first time, this exhibition explores two iconic Modernists and their parallel contributions to the artistic development. e studios of both artists are recreated with their original found objects, tools, and furnishings that inspired the majority of their most iconic creations, and features significant pieces from the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum and the Henry Moore Foundation as well as nearly 30 other museums, institutions, and lenders, totaling more than 120 works of art on view across five galleries. sdmart.org Gerald Lubensky Ongoing | SD Art Advisory Gerald Lubensky is a San Diego-based artist and retired University of Kansas art professor whose bold, abstract, and geometric art is inspired by the energy and diversity of his surroundings and his global travels. Lubensky has exhibited throughout the United States, and new Mission Hills fine art gallery SD Art Advisory is now Lubensky's worldwide exclusive art dealer. Featuring traditional fine art and modern digital works (NFTs) by leading artists from around the world, SD Art Advisory was co-founded by Alexander Salazar, leading fine artist and gallerist, and Darcy Kempton, San Diego interior designer and curator. sdartadvisory.com Meranda Roberts (Numu/Xicana), this year's invitational exhibition, Still We Smile: Humor as Correction and Joy, opens on June 19 and will feature a range of artistic mediums. e week concludes with e Good Medicine Comedy Showcase on June 23. idyllwildarts.org Art for the People: WPA-Era Paintings from the Dijkstra Collection June 24-November 5 Oceanside Museum of Art On the 90th anniversary of the Works Progress Administration, this timely exhibition offers a unique perspective on American artists from the 1930s and 1940s echoing today's social justice discourse, with a particular focus on the contribution of California artists, who, too often, have been omitted from the WPA narrative. Drawn from the collection of San Diegans Sandra and Bram Dijkstra, Art for the People offers a panoramic and unique look at the era's diversity of artistic expression, from social realism to American expressionism. oma-online.org Arts District Summer Music Series July 9 & August 13 Liberty Station Arts District San Diego will host two free live outdoor musical performances on the North Promenade in Liberty Station. Guests of all ages are invited to bring a blanket and lawn chairs to the concerts, which will each take place from 4-7pm. On July 9, the performance will feature Sabrosas Latin Orchestra, San Diego's first and only all-female salsa band. en, on August 13, Kimmi Bitter and e Westside Twang will perform a unique brand of old-school country with a West Coast twist. libertystation.com Tina – e Tina Turner Musical July 25-30 San Diego Civic eatre One of the world's best-selling artists of all time, Tina Turner has won 12 Grammy Awards and her live shows have been seen by millions, with more concert tickets sold than any other solo performer in music history. An uplifting comeback story like no other, Tina – e Tina Turner Musical is the ARTS DISTRICT SUMMER MUSIC SERIES: KIMMI BITTER AND THE WESTSIDE TWANG, PHOTO COURTESY OF KIMMI BITTER Calendar San Diego's Entertainment Guide For more upcoming events happening in San Diego, visit ranchandcoast.com/calendar Art for the People: WPA-Era Paintings from the Dijkstra Collection, June 24-November 5 @ranchandcoast RANCH & COAST MAGAZINE JUNE 2023 37

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