San Diego Reader 2018 arts issue

Movies, theater, artsy spots, special nonprofits, textiles, classical music, dance, Rotten Tomatoes

Sean Fanning sketch for play Silent Sky
  • Sean Fanning sketch for play Silent Sky

No better musical experience of its kind in the world (!) Opera, symphony, Mainly Mozart, L.J Music Society, Bach Collegium, ProArte Voices. By Garrett Harris

Used T-shirts, medical gauze, old hankiesThe faction of San Diego artists who work in textiles. By Barbarella Fokos

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Plays and actors to look out for in San DiegoNot overwhelmed, but definitely whelmed. By Jeff Smith

Why I joined Rotten TomatoesBig world on a big screen. By Matthew Lickona

Dance is all around us, but hard to findLux Boreal, Blythe Barton, SD Dance Connect, Mojalet, Malashock, P.A.W., Jean Isaacs, and White Box. By E.V. Hepworth

San Diego arts nonprofits on the groundOpen to homeless, recycling, immigrants. By Chad Deal

Quirky artsy spots sprinkled all over the countyFavorite Color and One Pointed Attention murals, Pigment, Harper's Topiary, S.D. Botanical Gardens, Heritage Park, Spanish Village. By Siobhan Braun

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