Join us on Sunday, November 11th to create your own holiday garland. Whether you are looking to decorate your mantlepiece, dining table or staircase, we will teach you the skills and hook you up with the materials to make a lush garland with winter foliage.
Our Holiday Garland workshop is hosted by Madmade Designs lead florist, Melissa Duncanson. Melissa will demonstrate how to design and wire your very own fresh garland and give you tips and tricks for how to adorn your mantlepiece or dining table for this holiday season. You’ll leave the class with a 6 foot length garland and all you need to do is decide where to show it off!
Festive mulled wine and charcuterie board from The Miller’s Table will be provided to get us into the holiday spirit on Sunday, November 11th at 4:30pm
Location: HSCC//Linksoul Lab, 530 South Coast Hwy Oceanside Ca 92054
Terms: The workshop is non-refundable unless you can find someone to take your place.
Who: Madmade Designs is boutique wedding and event floral design company located in North County San Diego. Madmade Designs offers full service and a la cart floral designs with a curated collection of vintage and one-of-a-kind rental pieces. Every opportunity to collaborate with a new client or couple is a source of inspiration for Madmade Designs. Madmade Designs works with clients to dream up their overall floral vision followed by a personalized proposal, complete with an itemized contract and specially designed mood board. Madmade Designs primary focus is to provide clients with the highest quality product, create purposeful and artistic floral design, and offer a fresh take on garden style floristry.
Who is MADMADE? Melissa Anne Duncanson + her love of making things = M A D M A D E
Melissa currently resides in San Marcos, CA. Originally a Bay Area native, since 2010 she has made herself right at home where her husband grew up in Southern California. Her college years were spent at California State University, Chico where she received her BA in Studio Art and Art History with emphasis in printmaking and ceramics. After many years working in visual merchandising, museum education and event design, Melissa realized her passion for producing a memorable event and is endlessly inspired by all things floral.
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Join us Saturday evening from 6-10pm for the opening of our third annual Papercuts Zine Show where local artists showcase their zines, prints, stickers, buttons and more! Visit us again on Sunday (12 - 4pm) to participate in our monthly zine club meeting. $5 suggested donation, some materials will be provided. Open to all ages and feel free to bring any additional items you need to create your art work!
Please joins us for a Special Music performance by Ashes of Us (an inventory of memory), Harley Cortez and dance performance by Sandi Rae Augusta Denton.
The piano performance is select works from an up coming avant-classical / ambient album entitled "An Inventory of Memory" that will be accompanied with a book of the same title"
The dance performance for one of the pieces is a take on modern ballet--imagining a painting coming to life. The piece was choreographed specifically to the music. FREE
"Yoga is the artwork of awareness on the canvas of mind, body and soul" -Amit Ray
Journey into your inner canvas at Jessica's all levels flow Thursday @ 6pm and Saturday @ 10am.
We will provide refreshments and mingle time to view Journey's piece contributions.
All donations for this event will be contributed to art funding for Encinitas and South Carlsbad Schools. Show off what you do!
Art Against Gentrification & Cultural Appropriation
Faith Ringgold, Anyone Can Fly, 1992 (detail)
Join us for a gathering of artists, arts educators, community organizers, curators, and business leaders from Oceanside and San Diego for a discussion about how the greater San Diego Arts community can grow and thrive without being complicit in the displacement of local residents. We’ll also be discussing the topic of cultural appropriation and how fostering diverse leadership and inclusive representation in the arts is a direct and effective response.
- Maria Mingalone (Executive Director of the Oceanside Museum of Art)
- Sara Solaimani (Curator, Art Historian, PHD Candidate, UCSD Visual Arts Dept)
- Sarah Spinks (City of Vista Public Arts Commissioner)
- Em Zepeda (Visual Artist, Activist and Community Organizer in South East San Diego)
- Luisa Martínez and David Peña (Tijuana Zine Fest)
- Joaquin Ortiz (Director of Innovation at the Museum of Photographic Arts)
- Dominic Cooley (Local business owner, Commercial Photographer)
- Gumaro Escarcega (Program Manager, MainStreet Oceanside)
WHO :Hosted by The Hill Street Country Club @ Linksoul Lab
Moderated by Rachel Michelle Fernandes (Arts Columnist for San Diego City Beat)
WHEN : Sunday, November 19th at 4pm
WHERE : 530 S Coast Hwy, Oceanside, CA 92054
Refreshments will be served for a suggested donation