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Presented by Coronado Historical Association
Thursday, November 30, 2017 - Wednesday, February 28, 2018
Coronado Historical Association Museum of History and Art 1100 Orange Avenue Coronado, CA 92118
The Coronado Historical Association is pleased to present an exhibit that explores the art community of Coronado through a historical lens. Since the original lot sale in 1885, the arts flourished in this unique coastal village. From its beginning as a mecca for art patrons, Coronado evolved over its 132-year history into an artists community. The turning point of this evolution is most evident in the mid-20th century. Here in Coronado, the sponsorship of artists during the Depression and World War II brought artists from all over the nation. After WWII, these artists such as Monty Lewis stayed. They defined an art community separate from San Diego and created the lasting fellowship that thrives today.
Come visit the Museum of History and Art to experience this interactive exhibit. View art by Monty Lewis, Donal Hord, and Ester Painter Hagstrom. Interactive areas include space to create art, learn about Works Progress Administration projects and camouflage, and experience the fun of the Arts Ball. The museum is free to the public and open seven days a week.
The Museum presents thought-provoking exhibitions on a wide variety of subjects each year. Past exhibitions include Wings of Gold the Centennial of Naval Aviation, The Kingston Trio: A World of Music, and Inspired: 100 Year of Coronado Schools. Exhibition
We are pleased to develop a customized exhibition