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San Diego Weekend Arts Events: Bach, Steamrollers, Barrio Art Crawl And Live Rock

This weekend in the arts: Four events in one at Bread and Salt, Bach Collegium online, a drive-thru steamroller printmaking exhibition, and Carrie Feller and D.WREX at Sycamore Den.

Credit: Katie Ruiz

Above: “Re-Imagine Welcome” by Katie Ruiz is a large-scale print made with a steamroller. It’s on view as part of the “Heavy Duty” outdoor exhibition in parking lot 1 at Mesa College Friday through June 4, 2021.

‘Heavy Duty’: A Steamroller Printmaking Exhibition

Visual Art, Outdoor Art

Mesa College Art Gallery has put together a large-scale printmaking project and outdoor exhibition — with a little help from

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San Diego Weekend Arts Events: New Outdoor Art Mini-Tour, Cygnet’s ‘Run/Fire,’ Joshua Moreno And Mainly Mozart Drive-In

Our weekend arts picks include site-specific visual art installations, outdoor works, a brand new play and two drive-in classical music performances to sweeten up your weekend.

Detail of sculptural materials gathered from the Bread and Salt site and Loga...

Credit: Michael James Armstrong

Above: Detail of sculptural materials gathered from the Bread and Salt site and Logan Heights neighborhood, used by artist Joshua Moreno in a new exhibition at ICE Gallery, opening Friday, Feb. 12, 2021.

We have lots of options for your art and culture fix across San Diego this weekend — regardless of whether you’re celebrating Valentine’s Day, Galentine’s Day or a blissful nothing. I love that we could almost take

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San Diego Weekend Arts Events: Music Of Vietnam, Black Opera, HRW Film Festival And ‘Experiments On Stone’

This weekend in the arts, the experimental Vietnamese music of Vân-Ánh Võ, 1960’s women’s lithography, the Human Rights Watch Film Festival and the Met Opera’s ‘Ariadne Auf Naxos.’

Ruth Asawa's

Credit: Courtesy of the Estate of Ruth Asawa/MCASD

Above: Ruth Asawa’s “Desert Plant (TAM.1460), 1965,” color lithograph in on view in a digital exhibition beginning Feb. 8, 2021 at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego.

As we move further into February, our social media accounts will start reminding us of all the fun and enriching things we did in February 2020. For many of us, that means we’ll soon start stumbling

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10 crazy tips for cosplaying San Diego at home, long lines and all

So you can’t go to Comic-Con this week, because the enormous pop culture convention – one of the world’s greatest displays of mask wearing – was canceled by a real-life supervillain, the COVID-19 pandemic.

There’s some consolation for the 135,000 dressed-to-the-(Seven-of)-Nines fans who annually crowd the San Diego Convention Center and millions more who don’t, as a scaled-back lineup of movie, TV and comic panels will stream for free on YouTube through Sunday.

Panels are only a small part of San Diego Comic-Con, as anyone lucky enough to attend – and survive – the annual pageant of costumes, collectibles and

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