Some individuals reside for sweater weather and pumpkin spice latte, but if you are amongst those people not rather all set to let go of summer time, head to Casa Romantica Cultural Center and Gardens in San Clemente this season. The nonprofit arts place is gearing up for its initially of 4 themes with “Casa Fascinating Slide and Winter season Period: Endless Summertime.”
Celebrating Orange County’s surf lifestyle, Endless Summer contains programming centered all over our oceans and involves a seashore cleanup, jazz dance series, art exhibition, concerts and extra.
Limitless Summertime opens tonight with a reception at 6 p.m. with an art exhibition, featuring three Southern California artists who will debut their collections curated for the software.
Function from artists Wade Koniakowsky, Kristianne Koch Riddle and Olga Lah will be on display screen on the Casa Romantica grounds, with a focus on the influence of the ocean.
Koniakowsky is a surfer and painter recognized for oil paintings of oceanscapes in Southern California, Hawaii and Indonesia, and his paintings of coastal scenes will be on exhibit. Riddle is a fine arts photographer and interdisciplinary visual artist who will share pictures in the exhibition. Finally, Lah will bring her installation, “The Constance of Glory,” to the Casa’s out of doors gardens.
In the classes collection, an grownup surf jazz dance course for rookies, set to 1960s surf audio, will be supplied right until Oct. 11, whilst D. Yoder Family Sundays will adopt a Surf’s Up! concept on Oct. 2, with family members-friendly pursuits, like a lifeguard converse at 10:30 a.m. On Oct. 12, a driftwood air plant show workshop will be presented, with casa attendees to generate their very own driftwood air plant display making use of driftwood and air plants — succulents that live outside of shells and rocks. The year closes out with a live performance from Woodie and the Longboards, a Seaside Boy tribute band, on Oct. 19.
Casa Romantica supplies programs for all ages in arts, tunes, history all through the calendar year. Impending themes for “Casa Captivating” consist of “Vietnamese American Stories,” with an artwork exhibition from Hung Viet Nguyen in January, and “Romantic Era Arts,” focusing on European arts of the 19th century in February.
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