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In Oct

Looming Spaces is the third exhibition in a series celebrating women in the arts. It explores weaving through the vision of four contemporary fiber artists whose artwork addresses contemporary, cultural, and environmental issues, (through 10/21) Huntington Beach Art Center

12 Angry Men, Be part of the courtroom action in this classic drama in which 12 jurors decide the fate of a young man accused of murder. What will the verdict be? (through 10/22) Laguna Playhouse

Tribes, smart, lively play that asks us to hear how we hear, in silence as well as in speech, (through 10/22) Chance Theater, Anaheim

The Graduate, staring (through 10/22) Laguna Playhouse

Pivotal: Highlights from the Collection and Shi Zhiying on view (through 12/31), OCMA, Newport Center

Interpreting Views: Images in Nature, (through 1/30/18) The CAP Gallery, Wells Fargo Building, Laguna

The Hilbert Museum presents: California Masters: Bradford J. Salamon, American Illustration: Children at Play and works from the Hilbert Permanent Collection, (through 2/7/18) Hilbert Museum, Orange

Dan McCleary: Prints from Oaxaca, since 2000 the Los Angeles-based artist Dan McCleary has made regular visits to the Taller de Grabado in Oaxaca, Mexico, to work with Mexican master printer Fernando Sandoval. The exhibition focuses on the prints McCleary has made at the Taller, (through 1/14) Laguna Art Museum

Moods of California, explores various landscapes that characterize California, including works by Payne, Wendt and others, (through 2/8/18) Irvine Museum

California Bounty: Image and Identity, 1850-1930, California explored through the Bowers Museum’s most cherished pieces, (ongoing), Santa Ana

Mystery from the Tomb: The Face Beneath the Mask, explores a hidden phenomenon right inside an Egyptian mummy mask, (ongoing) Bowers Museum, Santa Ana


Oct 14 – Dec 11

Gem of the Ocean, in 1904 former slaves and descendants venturing north find themselves at Aunt Ester’s door in Pittsburgh’s Hill District. A renowned cleanser of souls claiming to be 285 years old, Ester provides solace, advice and healing. A mystical story of freedom, justice and redemption. SCR

Oct 14 – Dec 17

49th Annual Watercolor West, International Juried Exhibition, reception, 10/14, 5 – 7pm, The City of Brea Art Gallery

Oct 15 – Jan 14
California Mexicana: Missions to Murals, 1820 – 1930, following the U.S.-Mexican War, lands that had belonged for centuries to New Spain, and later Mexico, were transformed into the 31st state of the U.S. This exhibition, part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, explores how Mexico became California, Laguna Art Museum, Laguna

Oct 21
Meet artist Mark Kostabi 6 – 8pm, Martin Lawrence Galleries, South Coast Plaza

Barbara Strasen, one-woman show, Juxtaposition, 6-9pm, Ethos Contmeporary Art, Newport

Oct 28
An Evening with Jack Jones, Jack Jones is a true “Singers’ Singer” and luminary in the music industry. This five-time nominated, two-time Grammy Award winner performs around the globe to sold-out audiences in venues ranging from jazz clubs to the London Palladium, Irvine Barclay Theatre

In Nov

LPAPA in Residence Presents: Art & Nature, (through 10/27), reception, 11/11, Forest & Ocean Gallery, Laguna

Pivotal: Highlights from the Collection and Shi Zhiying on view (through 12/31), OCMA, Newport Center

Dan McCleary: Prints from Oaxaca, since 2000 the Los Angeles-based artist Dan McCleary has made regular visits to the Taller de Grabado in Oaxaca, Mexico, to work with Mexican master printer Fernando Sandoval. The exhibition focuses on the prints McCleary has made at the Taller, (through 1/14) Laguna Art Museum

California Mexicana: Missions to Murals, 1820 – 1930, following the U.S.-Mexican War, lands that had belonged for centuries to New Spain, and later Mexico, were transformed into the 31st state of the U.S. This exhibition, part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, explores how Mexico became California, (through 1/14) Laguna Art Museum, Laguna

Interpreting Views: Images in Nature, (through 1/30/18) The CAP Gallery, Wells Fargo Building, Laguna

The Hilbert Museum presents: California Masters: Bradford J. Salamon, American Illustration: Children at Play and works from the Hilbert Permanent Collection, (through 2/7/18) Hilbert Museum, Orange

Moods of California,
explores various landscapes that characterize California, including works by Payne, Wendt and others, (through 2/8/18) Irvine Museum

California Bounty: Image and Identity, 1850-1930, California explored through the Bowers Museum’s most cherished pieces, (ongoing), Santa Ana

Mystery from the Tomb: The Face Beneath the Mask, explores a hidden phenomenon right inside an Egyptian mummy mask, (ongoing) Bowers Museum, Santa Ana


Nov 2
First Thursdays Artwalk, 6 - 9pm, monthly celebration with galleries open citywide, trolley service available, Laguna

Meet the featured artist, 6 - 9pm, Signature Gallery, Laguna

Nov 2
Downtown Fullerton Art Walk, first Friday on the month, 6-10 pm, a coalition of galleries, artists, restaurants

Nov 2 – Dec 2

Art & Nature, for this fifth edition of Art & Nature, Mexican artist Pablo Vargas Lugo has chosen to bring the intervention sponsored annually by Laguna Art Museum into the waters of the Pacific Ocean, Main Beach Laguna

Nov 3 – 5
The Coasters and The Drifters, for 4 performances only, head back to the 1950s and the sweet vocal harmonies of the Doo-Wop era!, Laguna Playhouse

Nov 4-5
n Artist reception for Richard MacDonald and hislatest works in Magnus Opus, reception for Richard, Nov. 4, 8 – 10pm, Nov. 5, noon – 3pm, Dawson Cole Fine Art, Laguna

Nov 4
Meet artist, Marty Goldstein and see his bronze pups, 1 – 4pm, Pacific Sculpture Gallery, Newport Beach

First Saturday Artwalk, Arts District, downtown Santa Ana, Broadway and 2nd St, music, art, food, celebration

Nov 1 – Dec 11
View never-before seen works by Spanish Masters: Dali, Picasso and Miro, Martin Lawrence Galleries, South Coast Plaza

Nov 7 - 19

Something Rotten, highly amusing and near outrageous musical comedy with 10 Tony® nominations including Best Musical,, Segerstrom Hall, SCFA,

Nov 10 -11
artVENTURE, a juried art show alongside entertainment and fine food fuel the 3rd installment of the annual event, SOCO, Costa Mesa

Nov 11 – 19
n Oliver: The Musical, drawn from the Charles Dickens classic, Laguna Playhouse

Nov 18
Orlando Agudelo-Botero, one-man exhibition, Serenata: Romance is in the Air, 11/18 by invitation only, opening reception to public, 11/19, 2 – 5pm, Ethos Contemporary, Newport

Nov 18 – 19
Direct from Argentina, Tango Buenos Aires, returns to Segerstrom Center for the Arts in a passionate and soulful program of music and dance in the new show, The Spirit of Argentina, SCFA

Nov 22
LPAPA in Residence Presents: People, Places & Holiday Things, (through 1/2/18), reception, 12/9, Forest & Ocean Gallery, Laguna

Nov 24 – Dec 23

The Secret Garden, back by popular demand, Chance Theater, Anaheim




 

In Dec

View never-before seen works by Spanish Masters: Dali, Picasso and Miro, (through 12/11) Martin Lawrence Galleries, South Coast Plaza

Gem of the Ocean, 1904. former slaves and descendants venturing north find themselves at Aunt Ester’s door in Pittsburgh’s Hill District. A renowned cleanser of souls claiming to be 285 years old, Ester provides solace, advice and healing. A mystical story of freedom, justice and redemption. (through 12/11) SCR

The Secret Garden, back by popular demand, (through 12/23) Chance Theater, Anaheim

Pivotal: Highlights from the Collection and Shi Zhiying on view (through 12/31), OCMA, Newport Center

Dan McCleary: Prints from Oaxaca, since 2000 the Los Angeles-based artist Dan McCleary has made regular visits to the Taller de Grabado in Oaxaca, Mexico, to work with Mexican master printer Fernando Sandoval. The exhibition focuses on the prints McCleary has made at the Taller, (through 1/14) Laguna Art Museum

California Mexicana: Missions to Murals, 1820 – 1930, following the U.S.-Mexican War, lands that had belonged for centuries to New Spain, and later Mexico, were transformed into the 31st state of the U.S. This exhibition, part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, explores how Mexico became California, (through 1/14) Laguna Art Museum, Laguna

Interpreting Views: Images in Nature, (through 1/30/18) The CAP Gallery, Wells Fargo Building, Laguna

The Hilbert Museum presents: California Masters: Bradford J. Salamon, American Illustration: Children at Play and works from the Hilbert Permanent Collection, (through 2/7/18) Hilbert Museum, Orange

Moods of California,
explores various landscapes that characterize California, including works by Payne, Wendt and others, (through 2/8/18) Irvine Museum

California Bounty: Image and Identity, 1850-1930, California explored through the Bowers Museum’s most cherished pieces, (ongoing), Santa Ana

Mystery from the Tomb: The Face Beneath the Mask, explores a hidden phenomenon right inside an Egyptian mummy mask, (ongoing) Bowers Museum, Santa Ana


Dec 1
Downtown Fullerton Art Walk, first Friday on the month, 6-10 pm, a coalition of galleries, artists, restaurants

Dec 2
First Saturday Artwalk, Arts District, downtown Santa Ana, Broadway and 2nd St

Dec 7
First Thursdays Artwalk, 6 - 9pm, monthly celebration with galleries open citywide, trolley service available, Laguna

Dec 7 -17
Misty Copeland and Daniil Simkin lead opening night cast of American Ballet Theatre's The Nutcracker, a beloved holiday story set to the magical score by Peter Ilyitch Tchaikovsky at Segerstrom Center for the Arts

Dec 15 – Jan 15
Realism Without Borders, the latter installment of a bi-continental (starting in New York City) exhibit by 30 artists from 6 countries, Vanessa Rothe Fine Art, Laguna

Dec 19
Meet artist Liudmila Kondakova, 5 – 8pm, Martin Lawrence Galleries, South Coast Plaza

In Jan

Dan McCleary: Prints from Oaxaca, since 2000 the Los Angeles-based artist Dan McCleary has made regular visits to the Taller de Grabado in Oaxaca, Mexico, to work with Mexican master printer Fernando Sandoval. The exhibition focuses on the prints McCleary has made at the Taller, (through 1/14) Laguna Art Museum

California Mexicana: Missions to Murals, 1820 – 1930, following the U.S.-Mexican War, lands that had belonged for centuries to New Spain, and later Mexico, were transformed into the 31st state of the U.S. This exhibition, part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, explores how Mexico became California, (through 1/14) Laguna Art Museum, Laguna

Interpreting Views: Images in Nature, (through 1/30/18) The CAP Gallery, Wells Fargo Building, Laguna

The Hilbert Museum presents: California Masters: Bradford J. Salamon, American Illustration: Children at Play and works from the Hilbert Permanent Collection, (through 2/7/18) Hilbert Museum, Orange

Moods of California,
explores various landscapes that characterize California, including works by Payne, Wendt and others, (through 2/8/18) Irvine Museum

California Bounty: Image and Identity, 1850-1930, California explored through the Bowers Museum’s most cherished pieces, (ongoing), Santa Ana

Mystery from the Tomb: The Face Beneath the Mask, explores a hidden phenomenon right inside an Egyptian mummy mask, (ongoing) Bowers Museum, Santa Ana


Jan 2- 31
Joseph Hawa & Joshua Smith, Dreamscapes, exploring the imagination through dreamy landscapes, artists reception, 1/27, 6 – 9pm, Ethos Contemporary, Newport

Jan 4
First Thursdays Artwalk, 6 - 9pm, monthly celebration with galleries open citywide, trolley service available, Laguna

Jan 5
Downtown Fullerton Art Walk, first Friday on the month, 6-10 pm, a coalition of galleries, artists, restaurants
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Jan 6
n First Saturday Artwalk, Arts District, downtown Santa Ana, Broadway and 2nd St

Jan 27
n Reception for Artists, Joseph Hawa and Joshua Smith in
Dreamscapes, Ethos Contemporary Art, Newport

 
             
           
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