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City of Coronado RFP for Media Production, Photography and Podcast Services
Posted by: Coronado Arts 3 weeks, 3 days ago

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The City of Coronado (City) seeks proposals from qualified firms/individuals for Media Production Services, Photography Services and Podcast Services.

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2020 Celebrating Coronado Artists Call to Artists
Posted by: Coronado Arts 1 month ago

Coronado Celebrates Local Artist Banners

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Coronado Avenue of Heroes November 2019 Program
Posted by: Coronado Arts 1 month ago

The November 2019 Coronado Avenue of Heroes Hometown Banner Program is online. Please click here to read. Hard copies of the program are available at Coronado City Hall, 1825 Strand Way.

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November Community Calendar
Posted by: Coronado Arts 1 month, 1 week ago

The November Community Calendar is available now! Click here to download it! 

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Coronado Public Art Walking Tour
Posted by: Coronado Arts 1 month, 3 weeks ago

The Coronado Public Art Walking Tour Brochure has been updated. Learn about the city's growing collection of public art and take a tour on foot or wheels to enjoy the diverse pieces of artwork located throughout the community. Sculptures, murals, fountains, banners, pianos, utility boxes, median gardens and more! The City also operates two galleries, one at the Coronado Community Center and the other just opened this year in the John D. Spreckels Center. For more information on individual pieces in the collection check out Public Art under Art Directories in the drop-down menu.

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The Library Book by Susan Orlean is the 2020 Coronado Community Read Selection
Posted by: Coronado Arts 2 months, 3 weeks ago

The Coronado Public Library and the Cultural Arts Commission are proud to announce the 2020 Coronado Community Read selection: The Library Book by Susan Orlean.
In 1986, in the middle of an ordinary April morning, a disastrous fire struck the Los Angeles Public Library. The fire reached 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit and burned for more than seven hours. By the time the fire was out, it had destroyed 400,000 books and damaged 700,000 more. Investigators descended on the scene, but more than thirty years later, the mystery remains: Did someone purposefully set fire to the library—and if so, who?
The Library Book explores the evolution of libraries across the country and around the world, from their humble beginnings as a charitable cause, to their current status as a cornerstone of national identity. It also delves into arson, the attempt to determine the fire’s cause, and examines the case of Harry Peak, the blond-haired actor long suspected of setting the fire.
Along the way, the readers meet a cast of characters from libraries past and present and can reflect on their own experiences in libraries. The book also peeks behind the scenes to see the work libraries do every day to ensure they remain a vital part of the community.
2020 marks Coronado’s fourth year of celebrating a Community Read, a library program designed to bring the community together through the shared reading and discussion of one book. Join us from February 21 through April 3, 2020, for community book discussions, film screenings, workshops, music and other programs to celebrate libraries and The Library Book.
The Library Book—Check It Out!

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Urinetown is CoSA Fall Musical
Posted by: Coronado Arts 2 months, 3 weeks ago

Can this play hold its water?

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Coronado Public Library Podcast - George Galdoris
Posted by: Coronado Arts 3 months ago

Check out this week's Coronado Public Library podcast featuring local author George Galdorisi who is giving a program, Thursday, September 12 at 6:30 at the Coronado Public Library.

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San Diego Gay Men's Chorus
Posted by: Coronado Arts 3 months ago

San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus Performs at the Spreckels Center


On Thursday, October 10, 6 – 8:15 p.m., 35 members of the San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus will perform selections from Motown and The Music of Cher, two of their previous concerts during their current 34th season. The event will be held at the John D. Spreckels Center, located at 1019 Seventh St. Under the leadership of Artistic Director RC Haus and Executive Director Jeff Heine, the San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus is celebrating its 34th anniversary of changing lives one voice at a time. With more than 300 members, it is one of the largest gay choruses in the world and has sung at locations including the White House, the Super Bowl and Lincoln Center. The Chorus performs in front of tens of thousands of San Diegans each year including sold-out shows at the historic Balboa Theatre in downtown San Diego. The group’s official mission is to create a positive musical experience through exciting performances that engage audiences, build community support and provide a dynamic force for social change. Come out for a positive musical performance that is sure to entertain and inspire!

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