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John D. Spreckels Center November 2018 - January 2019 Newsletter
Posted by: Coronado Arts 7 months ago

The City of Coronado’s John D. Spreckels Center and Bowling Green offers a wide variety of programs and activities including health and fitness classes, art classes, educational lectures, day trips, outdoor adventures and much more! The Center features a comfortable social lounge with a pool table, free Wi-Fi, magazines, and games for check out as well as two comfortably appointed patios.
These unique features make this home for Coronado residents 50 and better a perfect gathering spot.
Drop on by to say hello, take a tour, join a class, meet some new friends and "Put Some Play in Your Day."

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State of the Arts - A joint Meeting of the Coronado City Council and the Cultural Arts Commission
Posted by: Coronado Arts 7 months ago

The City of Coronado City Council and the Cultural Arts Commission invite you to attend a special joint meeting with an update on Arts and Culture in Coronado. A special presentation "State of the Arts" by the Cultural Arts Commission will review Coronado's Arts and Culture assets and there will be special presentations by local Arts Partners. Consultant Louise Stevens, from Arts Market, will present Coronado CREATES: A Strategic Plan for the Arts in Coronado. This event is the culmination of  over a year's work on developing a strategic plan for the arts in Coronado.

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November 2018 Community Calendar Available Today!
Posted by: Coronado Arts 7 months, 2 weeks ago

Click here for the November 2018 Community Calendar published by the Coronado Historical Association.

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Call to Artists - 2019 Celebrate Local Artists
Posted by: Coronado Arts 7 months, 2 weeks ago

The City of Coronado and the Coronado Cultural Arts Commission invite local Coronado artists to submit images of original artwork for the “Celebrate Local Artists” banners series. Banners will be displayed on Orange Avenue in Coronado during the months of April, May, and June in 2019. Art may be images of original paintings, mixed media, photography, ceramics, sculpture, fiber art, graphic art, etc. Images should be suitable for viewing via a banner format along the Orange Avenue Corridor. The Commission is seeking submissions from a broad range of media, styles, and genres of local artists. All artwork selected will be juried and artists who are selected will be notified by early March 2019. If selected, the artist will sign a release for use of the artwork on the banners as well as on CoronadoARTS.com for publicity purposes.

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