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Eventos Del 2013

May 26 – January 1 - Grossology: The (Impolite) Science of the Human Body. Based on the best-selling book, Grossology exhibition feature the good, the bad, and the downright ugly about runny noses, body odor and more. Reuben H. Fleet Science Center

June 2 – January 6 - Nature, Tradition and Innovation.  Exhibition explores the evolution of contemporary Japanese ceramics through the work of many artists and a variety of forms, from tea bowls and noodle cups to stunning vases and robust platters. Mingei International

June 2 – January 6 - Folk Festivals and Traditional Crafts.  Exhibition features prints by two Japanese artists: Yoshitoshi Mori (1898-1992) and Masaaki Tanaka (b. 1947). Both graphic and figurative, they depict cultural festivals, scenes from daily life and archetypal characters such as warriors and actors. Mingei International

October 7 – January 13 Photo/Synthesis: MoPA’s  7th Annual Youth Exhibition. Explore the power of photographer to communicate ideas about the environment and sustainability. Museum of Photographic Arts

June 1 – January 20 - The Horse. Explore the evolution, nature, and history of these magnificent animals and the impact they’ve made on human civilizations for millennia. San Diego Natural History Museum

October 12 – February 1 - Ruud van Empel: Strange Beauty. Vibrant photo-art collages of fabricated realities. Museum of Photographic Arts

November 8 – February 10 - Charles Reiffel: An American Post Impressionist. Exhibition includes more than 80 works, primarily paintings, but also works on paper, including the crayon sketches in which Charles Reiffel pioneered his own personal technique. This show will span the entirety of Reiffel’s career, from his early travel studies to his latest San Diego subjects, and will celebrate the 150th anniversary of the artist’s birth. The San Diego Museum of Art

November 10, 2012 through February 10, 2013 - Behold America! Art of the United States from Three San Diego Museums Behold America! Includes works from the colonial period to the present that together tell a cohesive and dynamic story of the history of art in the United States. The exhibition is a part of an innovative collaboration between three renowned museums: the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, The San Diego Museum of Art, and the Timken Museum of Art.

January 12 – February 17 - Pygmalion. The centennial anniversary production of Shaw’s masterwork of linguistic gymnastics, as speech professor Henry Higgins makes a bet with a fellow scholar that he can pass off a common cockney flower girl as the epitome of English society. The Old Globe

August 4 – February 17 2013 - True Blue. Indigo, Turquoise, Cobalt, and Lapis Lazuli. Mingei International

January 26 – February 24 - The Brothers Size. An emotional and theatrical tour-de-force infused with music and the rhythms of the South, blending West African mythology with a modern-day story of two brothers reuniting in the Louisiana bayou. The Old Globe

March 8 – April 14 - A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder.  A World Premiere musical of merriment and murder explores how low we'll go to make it to the top. The Old Globe

March 23 – April 21 - Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House.  A true landmark of modern drama. The Old Globe

October 6 – May 12, 2013 - Soapbox! The Audience Speaks. Crowd-sourced exhibition that uses engaging new technology and interactive processes to allow visitors the opportunity to rate images both online and in the gallery. Museum of Photographic Arts

Feb. 9 - May 19th, 2013 - UNSEEN: The Photography of Jessica Lange. Jessica Lange has maintained a career as a fine art photographer for nearly two decades, alongside her work as an acclaimed actress. As a photographer, Ms. Lange documents diverse cultures from regional and international travels. Alternately comforting and disquieting, the artist’s striking and unexpected photographs possess a kind of moody mystery that is appropriately cinematic. The exhibition gathers work from Mexico, Ethiopia, Romania, Russia, Finland, Italy, France and the United States. Museum of Photographic Arts

Now thru June 1- EXPLOR-O-RAMA. Interactive exhibits from San Francisco’s Exploratorium. Reuben H. Fleet Science Center

April 22 – June 2 - Other Desert Cities. Long-buried secrets that threaten to put a once picture-perfect Palm Springs clan back on the tabloid pages. The Old Globe

May 11-June 9 Be a Good Little Widow. A bittersweet look at the messy parts of life, this quirky comedy contemplates how grief, devotion and hope can persevere within us all. The Old Globe

October 12, 2012- June 30, 2013 - Access/ABILITY. This award-winning exhibit created by Boston Children’s Museum features hands-on activities and real, personal stories that inspire visitors of all ages.  Learn phrases in American Sign Language, type your name in Braille, try a hand-pedaled bike and take part in a multi-sensory City Walk!  Powerful and highly-interactive, access/ABILITY teaches respect, understanding, and that people living with disabilities lead active, fulfilling, and meaningful lives. San Diego Museum of Man

July 14, 2012-July 14, 2013 - Instruments of Torture. Thumbscrews. The Breast-Ripper. The Iron Maiden. How could human beings have fashioned these monstrosities of metal? Is torture caused by bad people - or bad circumstances? Why is torture still alive and well today? See the devices, learn the truth, and discover how to break the cycle. San Diego Museum of Man

November 11, 2012 – July  28, 2013 - Make Your Own Kind of Music: The Art of Musical Instruments.  Exhibition draws the eye to the art of music making, sharing the beautiful form and design details of musical instruments, bells, gongs, rattles, whistles and noisemakers from cultures across the world. Mingei International

July 13-August 11 - The Rainmaker. N. Richard Nash's romantic comedy is set against the sweeping landscapes of the American West. On her family's drought-ridden ranch, Lizzie's hopes and dreams have run as dry as the barren fields. When the irresistible Starbuck arrives in town, selling the promise of rain, Lizzie must decide: is he a con man or does he hold the key to everything she desires? The Old Globe

July 26 - August 25 - Double Indemnity. Adapted for the stage by David Pichette and R. Hamilton Wright. When a small-time insurance agent falls under the spell of a gorgeous femme fatale, the two conspire to murder her husband for the insurance money. Reimagined for the stage, the classic crime novel and film noir masterpiece is sexy, fun and wildly theatrical. The Old Globe

June 2-Sept. 29 2013 - Summer Shakespear Festival. Three plays on the outdoor Lowell Davies Festival Stage in repertory: A Midsummer Night's Dream, Shakespeare's most joyful and popular comedy; The Merchant of Venice, Shakespeare's unforgettable tale of mercy and justice; Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, Tom Stoppard's classic farce turns Shakespeare's Hamlet inside out. The Old Globe