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February 2016

‘R. Luke DuBois–Now’

February 9
|Recurring Event (See all)
Weekly on the same day until February 28, 2016
Orange County Museum of Art,
850 San Clemente Drive
Newport Beach, CA 92660 United States
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“Data-driven portraiture” is how New York-based DuBois, pictured, describes his computer-driven artworks, now on display in this solo museum show. The computer programmer, composer (with a doctorate in music), and artist uses technology to expose non-visible information about a subject.

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The Raise Foundation 2016 Annual Volunteer Recruitment Mixer

February 9 @ 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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Help kick your New Year off by learning about some meaningful ways to volunteer for a very critical cause. The Raise Foundations Board of Directors and Young Professionals Board invite all those who care about the welfare of children and want to help The Raise Foundation as it strengthens families in its mission to prevent child abuse and neglect. Volunteer Leadership Opportunities Include: - Community Ambassadors - Young Professionals Board - Friends Of Raise Committee - Marketing/Development Committee - General…

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‘Odysseo’

February 10
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Weekly on the same day until February 28, 2016
The White Big Top,
405 Freeway and state Route 133
Irvine, CA United States
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In this big-top equestrian show from Montreal-based Cavalia, 45 humans and 70 horses share a performance filled with horsemanship, acrobatics, dance, and music, and a stage that depicts--through the magic of theater--a beautiful enchanted forest and rolling hills.

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‘The Red That Colored The World’

February 11
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Weekly on the same day until February 21, 2016
Bowers Museum,
2002 N. Main St.
Santa Ana, CA 92706 United States
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This exhibition, organized by Santa Fe’s Museum of International Folk Art, tells how the cochineal bug, discovered in 16th century Aztec markets, became the source for creating a more perfect color red--for paints, dyes, and inks. The show's textiles, sculpture, paintings, manuscripts, decorative arts, clothing and more demonstrate the results.

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“Love Grows By Giving” Fundraiser

February 12 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa, Mariners Ballroom,
21500 Pacific Coast Highway
Huntington Beach,
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Wine lovers, Orange County foodies and humanitarians alike – join us during an evening of unique wine tastings, beer samplings, live music and an exceptional culinary experience from local fine dining restaurants at the 6th annual “Love Grows by Giving" Wine Tasting fundraiser to benefit Community Service Programs’ (CSP) Huntington Beach Youth Shelter, a “safe haven” for homeless, runaway, abused and at-risk youth. Featured participants will include Kendall-Jackson, Bianchi, Rodney Strong Vineyards, Main Street Wine Company, Hyatt Watertable and Red…

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‘Sacred Realms: Temple Murals by Shashi Dhoj Tulachan from the Gayle and Edward P. Roski Collection’

February 13
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Weekly on the same day
Bowers Museum,
2002 N. Main St.
Santa Ana, CA 92706 United States
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Tulachan, a 69-year old Buddhist monk living in Nepal, is a second-generation artist of thangka, a painting style that is used primarily for religious instruction and meditation. The nine murals on display deviate from traditional thangka in their size, colors and imagery.

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‘Red’

February 13
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Weekly on the same day until February 21, 2016
South Coast Repertory,
655 Town Center Drive
Costa Mesa, CA 92626 United States
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Mark Rothko is the central figure of this Tony Award-winning play by John Logan, which examines the artist in his studio at a time when he has finally “made it.” Probing inquiries from his young assistant reveal this new position to be a precarious one, with artistic and commercial pressures pressing on Rothko.

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‘The Nature of Water: Our Most Precious Resource’

February 13
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Weekly on the same day until June 16, 2016
Irvine Museum,
18881 Von Karman Ave., Suite 100
Irvine, CA 92612 United States
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California’s drought conditions have made all of us aware that water is more precious than ever. Sixty paintings by 32 artists, including Mischa Askenazy, Franz Bischoff, Granville Redmond (pictured), Paul Grimm, Guy Rose, and Karl Yens, address the planet’s supply–as liquid, solid, or gas–in this exhibit.

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‘Faces of Santa Ana’

February 13
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Weekly on the same day until February 19, 2016
Gallery 211,
211 N. Sycamore St., Santa Ana, CA 92701
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Local artist Brian Peterson paints colorful and nuanced portraits of Santa Ana’s homeless, then he gives back by donating most of the proceeds from sold works to benefit the subjects. This exhibition tells their stories.

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‘The Pacific Project’

February 14
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Weekly on the same day until February 28, 2016
Orange County Museum of Art,
850 San Clemente Drive
Newport Beach, CA 92660 United States
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The three performance-based videos featured here are the work of Cambodian artist Khvay Samnang, who uses his videos to examine the devastating impact rapid development has had both in his home country and in Fukushima, Japan. This is the second installment of the Orange County Museum of Art's Pacific Project.  

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‘Olga Lah: Amass and Swell’

February 14
|Recurring Event (See all)
Weekly on the same day until February 28, 2016
Orange County Museum of Art,
850 San Clemente Drive
Newport Beach, CA 92660 United States
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Simple things re-imagined are this Long Beach artist’s building blocks for engaging an audience. In this installation, she stacked colored and foam blocks to create a unique, 65-foot environment across multiple gallery walls.

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The Mindful Couple

February 14 @ 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
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Mindful Her, a company that creates unique event experiences that educate, inspire and empower individuals be mindful and healthy in mind, body and spirit, is hosting a romantic Valentine’s Day event for couples called The Mindful Couple.  The Mindful Couple is designed to help couples create more mindful, meaningful and intimate relationships in a fun, social and romantic setting.  Four AMAZING speakers, three delicious healthy meals and a wine tasting and education.  The event will be held at the beautiful Rancho Las Lomas, a sprawling Spanish hacienda and exotic…

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‘R. Luke DuBois–Now’

February 16
|Recurring Event (See all)
Weekly on the same day until February 28, 2016
Orange County Museum of Art,
850 San Clemente Drive
Newport Beach, CA 92660 United States
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20140112-LUKE-slide-7BLG-jumbo

“Data-driven portraiture” is how New York-based DuBois, pictured, describes his computer-driven artworks, now on display in this solo museum show. The computer programmer, composer (with a doctorate in music), and artist uses technology to expose non-visible information about a subject.

Find out more »

‘Odysseo’

February 17
|Recurring Event (See all)
Weekly on the same day until February 28, 2016
The White Big Top,
405 Freeway and state Route 133
Irvine, CA United States
+ Google Map
odysseo_jakwonderly_1

In this big-top equestrian show from Montreal-based Cavalia, 45 humans and 70 horses share a performance filled with horsemanship, acrobatics, dance, and music, and a stage that depicts--through the magic of theater--a beautiful enchanted forest and rolling hills.

Find out more »

‘The Red That Colored The World’

February 18
|Recurring Event (See all)
Weekly on the same day until February 21, 2016
Bowers Museum,
2002 N. Main St.
Santa Ana, CA 92706 United States
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The-Red-that-Colored-the-World-Lg

This exhibition, organized by Santa Fe’s Museum of International Folk Art, tells how the cochineal bug, discovered in 16th century Aztec markets, became the source for creating a more perfect color red--for paints, dyes, and inks. The show's textiles, sculpture, paintings, manuscripts, decorative arts, clothing and more demonstrate the results.

Find out more »

‘Sacred Realms: Temple Murals by Shashi Dhoj Tulachan from the Gayle and Edward P. Roski Collection’

February 20
|Recurring Event (See all)
Weekly on the same day
Bowers Museum,
2002 N. Main St.
Santa Ana, CA 92706 United States
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Tulachan, a 69-year old Buddhist monk living in Nepal, is a second-generation artist of thangka, a painting style that is used primarily for religious instruction and meditation. The nine murals on display deviate from traditional thangka in their size, colors and imagery.

Find out more »

‘Red’

February 20
|Recurring Event (See all)
Weekly on the same day until February 21, 2016
South Coast Repertory,
655 Town Center Drive
Costa Mesa, CA 92626 United States
+ Google Map
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Mark Rothko is the central figure of this Tony Award-winning play by John Logan, which examines the artist in his studio at a time when he has finally “made it.” Probing inquiries from his young assistant reveal this new position to be a precarious one, with artistic and commercial pressures pressing on Rothko.

Find out more »

‘The Nature of Water: Our Most Precious Resource’

February 20
|Recurring Event (See all)
Weekly on the same day until June 16, 2016
Irvine Museum,
18881 Von Karman Ave., Suite 100
Irvine, CA 92612 United States
+ Google Map
Screen Shot 2016-01-25 at 11.18.46 AM

California’s drought conditions have made all of us aware that water is more precious than ever. Sixty paintings by 32 artists, including Mischa Askenazy, Franz Bischoff, Granville Redmond (pictured), Paul Grimm, Guy Rose, and Karl Yens, address the planet’s supply–as liquid, solid, or gas–in this exhibit.

Find out more »

‘The Pacific Project’

February 21
|Recurring Event (See all)
Weekly on the same day until February 28, 2016
Orange County Museum of Art,
850 San Clemente Drive
Newport Beach, CA 92660 United States
+ Google Map
Khvay Samnang, square

The three performance-based videos featured here are the work of Cambodian artist Khvay Samnang, who uses his videos to examine the devastating impact rapid development has had both in his home country and in Fukushima, Japan. This is the second installment of the Orange County Museum of Art's Pacific Project.  

Find out more »

‘Olga Lah: Amass and Swell’

February 21
|Recurring Event (See all)
Weekly on the same day until February 28, 2016
Orange County Museum of Art,
850 San Clemente Drive
Newport Beach, CA 92660 United States
+ Google Map
Olga Lah new square_0

Simple things re-imagined are this Long Beach artist’s building blocks for engaging an audience. In this installation, she stacked colored and foam blocks to create a unique, 65-foot environment across multiple gallery walls.

Find out more »
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