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17,000 items from the artist's archive, including paintings, journal entries, sketches, photos, patterns, and samples, unveiling a previously unseen facet of the artist's career and granting viewers a unique insight into his creative journey. santaysabelartgallery.com San Diego Coastal Art Studios Tour September 16 | Multiple Locations is third annual artist's studios and gardens tour provides a rare opportunity to see local artists at work in their informed by oral history interviews he recorded with Palestinian refugees. rough his work, Halaka strives to visualize the tensions between the emotional presence and physical absence of populations whose cultures have been devastated by the violent intrusions of settler-colonialism. oma-online.org e Savoyard Murders September 8-30 Scripps Ranch eatre is uproarious murder mystery set in a magnificent Victorian apartment unveils a tale of a diverse group of theatre enthusiasts who find themselves trapped for hours on end. Little do they know that amidst the opulence, a delectably executed murder awaits discovery, along with a sinister suspect. As the plot thickens, flamboyant personalities, each plagued by their own idiosyncrasies, become entangled in a web of suspicion, leading to a thrilling climax. theroustabouts.org Seeking Beauty – From the Archives of James Hubbell September 9-October 30 Santa Ysabel Art Gallery For the first time, renowned artist James Hubbell opens his archival collection to exhibit never before seen artworks and ephemera that identify pivotal experiences in his childhood, his time at art school, and his explorations of the wider world in the years before he settled in Santa Ysabel. ese experiences collectively mold a young man with ideas which he revisits throughout his career, expressing his love of nature, architecture, mythology, and the joy and pathos of being human. e exhibition presents a selection from an extensive collection of over Cabaret September 1-October 8 Old Globe eatre Willkommen, bienvenue, welcome to Cabaret! It's 1931 Berlin, and inside the Kit Kat Klub, British nightclub singer Sally Bowles keeps the delirious party raging. But no amount of booze, music, and dancing can slow the ominous march of a changing Germany. Featuring an iconic score including "Maybe is Time," "Mein Herr," "Don't Tell Mama," and, of course, the title song, this Tony Award-winning musical is reimagined in a visionary new staging by Globe favorite Josh Rhodes. theoldglobe.org Listening to the Unheard/Drawing the Unseen: Meditations on Presence and Absence in Native Lands September 2-February 18, 2024 Oceanside Museum of Art is new exhibition showcases San Diego-based visual artist John Halaka's visual meditations on experiences of forced displacement and indigenous survival in the face of colonial erasure. e exhibition features artwork selected from two related projects: drawings from Landscapes of Resistance honor the creative efforts of Native American, African American, and Palestinian artists, activists, and scholars; while drawings for Forgotten Survivors are LISTENING TO THE UNHEARD/DRAWING THE UNSEEN: JOHN HALAKA, GHOSTS OF PRESENCE/BODIES OF ABSENCE. HANDS OF SURVIVORS #5, 2021 CABARET: PHOTO BY CLIFF ROLES Culture ranchandcoast.com 54 SEPTEMBER 2023 RANCH & COAST MAGAZINE

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