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Viewing posts from July, 2014
By popular demand The Wizard of Oz 75th Anniversary Edition Movie Screening at the Village Theatre on August 7th at 6pm has been SOLD OUT! CIFF has added a second screening at 8:45pm get your tickets at the box office starting August 1st ASAP!!! $25 for adults and $10 for children includes a coupon for a small popcorn and drink. Don't make me send out my flying monkeys, get your tickets tomorrow!! Click here for more information.Read more›
Look at these cute kids using the bike rack for different kind of fun! http://www.coronadonewsca.com/news/coronado_island_news/a-different-point-of-view/image_4b6781b2-1744-11e4-90fa-001a4bcf887a.html?mode=nogsRead more›
This week, in conjuction with Oz Con in Coronado, the Hotel del will be hosting an array of Oz-themed events. They are curretly hosting Toto Photo Contest now through Friday and to learn more click here. On Sunday August 3rd their Yappy Hour will be Oz-themed and they will host a Costume Contest. To learn more about the Yappy Hour click here and to learn more about the Costume Contest click here. It is going to be an amazing Oz filled week!Read more›
David Miller, a world-class environmental artist, creates masterpieces featuring aspects from the real world, which are emphasized by the bright color hues he employs. With his certification for open water scuba he has had the opportunity to interact with the animals he depicts in real life. Miller began his artistic journey in 1984 and is now exhibiting artwork in galleries across the United States, Europe, Japan, and Australia. Above is his engaging "Imagine" detailing a sailboat at sundown reflected in the water below. Miller uses bright hues of orange, purple, and blue to captivate his audience in this piece. These elements can be seen as a theme throughout his artwork, which he will be showcasing at the Art For Wildlife Gallery on Saturday July 26th from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday July 27th from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m.Read more›
Coronado School of the Arts Foundation, in conjunction with the Coronado Cultural Arts Commission, is hosting two-week intensives in Dance and Film/TV Production. Some very impressive instructors are collaborating together to create a final “Oz Alive!” show on Saturday, August 2nd 2014 produced by Ruben Monet Ludlow, a.k.a Fusion, held in Coronado High's state-of-the-art studios and theater. Follow them on facebook to get updates on how the intensive is going and learn about future events!Read more›