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Enter for a chance to

Win original artwork

by Mission Federal ArtWalk 2013 Artists!

VISIT US: Stop by any of Mission Fed’s 23 San Diego area branches or our Info Booth at the event on April 27 & 28. ENTER TO WIN: Fill out a Mission Federal ArtWalk entry form for a chance to win one of two original paintings by Mission Federal ArtWalk artists. SAVE THE DATE: Please join us on April 27 & 28 for a fantastic community moment filled with art, music and cultural inspiration, featuring 300 talented artists, 30 bands and musical and dance performances, and the food of Little Italy.

Deep Blue by Mark Jesinoski

Steaks & Seafood by Norm Daniels

April 27 & 28 11am–6pm Little Italy Yellow Reflection by Ebrahim Amin

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Stop by the Mission Federal ArtWalk Info Booth to speak with a friendly Mission Fed representative, pick up your free giveaway and learn about the “Artists Giveback” campaign benefiting ArtReach, a nonprofit bringing arts education back into our local schools. Visit us at KidsWalk, presented by Mission Federal Credit Union, in Little Italy’s Amici Park, where kids can engage in hands-on arts and crafts, music and dance activities. missionfederalartwalk.org

We are the proud title sponsor of Mission Federal ArtWalk 2013— San Diego’s premier arts and music cultural event. Mission Fed is excited to bring you this inspirational community moment!

Your success is our bottom line. 858.524.2850 | 800.500.6328 | MissionFed.com No purchase necessary to win. Entrant must be 18 years of age or older. One entry per person. To enter, visit any of Mission Fed’s branches by April 28, 2013, or complete an entry form at the Mission Federal ArtWalk booth on April 27 or 28, 2013. Prizes (2)–approximately $700 value each. Odds of winning will vary depending on the number of entries received. Winners will be selected in a random drawing on or before May 14, 2013, and notified by telephone. Art depicted herein is a sample of a Mission Federal ArtWalk artists’ work and is not the actual prize artwork. Taxes due on the prizes are the sole responsibility of the recipient and recipients may be required to complete an IRS Form W-9. All federal, state, and local laws apply. Visit any branch or MissionFed.com for complete rules. 3/13


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 WELCOME 

MISSION FEDERAL ARTWALK AT-A-GLANCE missionfederalartwalk.org

Art Meets Design

Information Booths

KidsWalk

Map out your visit. Search for artists by name or media, check performance schedules, research parking options. Also, stop by and check out the website throughout the year, as it is continually updated with the art and artists you love. On behalf of the County of San Diego, I am pleased to invite you to Mission Federal ArtWalk 2013. Now in its 29th year, the festival celebrates both the visual and performing arts of our region. On April 27 & 28, the streets of San Diego’s Little Italy will be transformed into an enormous outdoor gallery. With more than 300 participating artists showing and selling their work, the festival brings more than $1 million into the local economy. The walkable neighborhood of Little Italy sets the bar high when it comes to hosting large, free public festivals and events year-round. ArtWalk has become a treasured asset of our cultural landscape. For this annual free gathering, ArtWalk brings together performing arts institutions, educational children’s art programs and a wide array of cultural non-profits.There is truly something for everyone to see, hear, taste and enjoy. I hope you will join in this highlyanticipated rite of spring in San Diego and attend Mission Federal ArtWalk.

Ron Roberts County Supervisor, District 4

On India Street at Beech, Cedar, Date & Fir Throughout the festival you will find plenty of helpful volunteers to assist with finding an artist or picking the perfect restaurant and more. Also available: maps, water and t-shirts!

Pull-Out Map

Magazine Centerfold Use the enclosed pull-out map to find your way to artists, parking, dining, businesses in support of Mission Federal ArtWalk and more.

Take the Trolley

No parking required Take the Green Line to the County Center/Little Italy stop and find yourself in the heart of the festival.

Corner of India Street at Beech New this year: ArtWalk introduces an installation that re-creates interior settings and teaches you how to design or change a room through the use of artwork.

On Date, three blocks east of India Street KidsWalk at Amici Park offers free art activities for both the young and the young at heart.

Interactive Art

On India Street near Fir Connect with your inner Picasso and learn from artist Gabriela Alvarez how to use both paint and your fingers to create unique works of art.

Dance on the EDGE

On India Street near Grape This second annual “event within an event” produced by Peter Kalivas,The PGK Project, celebrates all styles of dance throughout the weekend with an expanded lineup of dance troupes for 2013.

Artists displaying this sign will donate a portion of their festival proceeds to ArtReach, the not-forprofit program bringing art education into schools throughout San Diego County.

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 WHAT’S INSIDE 

6 PARTNERS & SPONSORS

These businesses and organizations make this free festival possible

8 FEATURED ARTISTS

Our 12 Featured Artists represent a variety of mediums, styles and subject matter

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ART MEETS DESIGN Interact with

designers and see how art can enhance your living space

12 KIDSWALK Fun, free art activities at Amici Park

14 INTERACTIVE ART ON THE COVER: Featured artist, James Hill’s sculpture, Juliet. ABOVE: Nicola Katsikis’ Talk Nerdy to Me. BELOW: Niki J Sands’ Fish Thoughts

Grownup fingerpainting with Gabriela Alvarez

15 EVENT MAP Find

your way around ArtWalk, including exhibitors list and performance schedule

20 MUSICIAL PERFORMERS

26 BREAKING THE ICE Getting to

22 DANCE ON THE EDGE Celebrate the

29 BUSINESS OF ART SCHOLARSHIP

The lineup of performers throughout the weekend

artistry of dance at this event within an event produced by Peter Kalivas, The PGK Dance Project

24 MARKETPLACE PARTNERS Local

know the artists and their work

Introducing this year’s SDSU scholarship winner

32 ARTREACH Helping

businesses supporting ArtWalk

to keep visual arts in elementary schools county-wide

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ArtWalk. Enjoy the rewarding experience of participating in one of San Diego’s iconic cultural events. ArtWalk team members receive an event t-shirt and opportunities to win original art donated by artists. To join us email or call today. info@missionfederalartwalk.org 619.615.1090

T-SHIRT ART CONTEST

The votes are in and the winner is: Michael Summers Find him at Exclusive Collections Tent #757 Right as Rain

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ORGANIZERS Sandi Cottrell Gerald D’Spain Paula Kwast Chris Kwast Carmen DeBello Chris Austin Mittleman Andrew Gartland Curt Brooker Monica Phelps-Zambrano ART DIRECTOR Kristie McClure MAGAZINE ART DIRECTOR Shari Canete MAGAZINE EDITOR Jada Thomas ARTREACH EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Judy Berman Silbert DANCE ON THE EDGE PRODUCER Peter Kalivas, The PGK Dance Project MUSIC COORDINATOR Kevin Hellman, San Diego CityBeat STAGE HOSTS Perette Godwin, San Diego 6 News Chris Cantore, U-T San Diego PUBLIC RELATIONS Citrus Public Relations


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 SPONSORS & PARTNERS 

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS AND PARTNERS These businesses and organizations make this free festival possible

TITLE SPONSOR

OFFICIAL HOTEL SPONSOR

AUTOMOTIVE SPONSOR

OFFICIAL SPONSORS

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INSPIRE YOUR SURROUNDINGS WITH ORIGINAL ARTWORK! For the first time, ArtWalk proudly introduces an installation that re-creates interior settings and using virtual design, teaches you how to design or change a room through use of artwork. The team at Room by Room, Inc. looks forward to helping you re-imagine a home designed with original artwork in mind. CHECK IT OUT:

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Learn new ways to feature artwork in your own home Consider re-designing your home around your artwork — let our design experts show you how Get inspired by clever décor ideas Bring artwork you are considering purchasing to the “room” vignettes

Stephanie Malcolm, Room by Room

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 FEATURED ARTISTS 

FEATURED ARTISTS

All of our 2013 Featured Artists are uniquely talented and are sure to please the senses. Learn more about these exceptional California artists and visit missionfederalartwalk.org

EBRAHIM AMIN (OPA)

RICHARD CURTNER

Painter/Oil | aminart.com | tent #115/117

Mixed Media | curtnerart.com | tent #344/346

Yellow Reflection | Oil on Canvas | 72” x 48”

Noted Marvel | Word Collage | 18” x 24”

Since first experiencing the joy of painting at age 13, when Ebrahim Amin began exploring the galleries and exhibitions in Tehran, until now, Amin has spent over 40 years crafting his artistic excellence. Each of his realistic still lifes, impressionistic landscapes, and dream-like modern paintings tells a vivid story. Amin finds inspiration in nature and has learned his craft from artists throughout the world.

NORM DANIELS

Native Californian Richard Curtner’s artwork writes epic poetry within the visual. His word collages are created by combining hundreds of cutouts of written text all pertaining to a particular theme. Every detail in the collage is done by hand, never manipulated with a computer. The end result is a distinctive form of artwork that reveals something different each time you look at it.

SHAY DAVIS

Painter/Oil | normhere.com | tent #319

Painter/Oil | shayvision.com | tent #541

Pardon Me, Do You Have Any Grey Poupon? | Oil on Canvas | 20” x 30”

The Emperor and his Road | Oil on Canvas | 36” x 36”

Born and raised in San Diego, Norm Daniels has dabbled in the arts beginning with early scribblings of ocean waves on the corners of his homework. After a few health challenges afforded him the opportunity to begin pursuing painting full-time, Norm finds his inspiration on tropical surf safaris and in San Diego’s beautiful landscape. As a long-time ArtWalk participant, Norm states that his favorite thing about this large festival is connecting with the public and re-connecting with collectors who attend year after year.

Beginning his art career at the age of 5 with an interest in sports and superheroes, those early inspirations are still found in Shay’s work today. Likewise, a sense of playfulness from Shay’s life as a football star, surfer and free spirit is linked with his own internal challenges in the real world. Through his art, Shay provides powerful emotional responses to a world of real and fantasy stimuli.


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HANNIE GOLDGEWICHT

Atardecer Urbano | Stone, Glass and Aluminum | 36” x 18” x 3”

Woman in Green | Ceramic/Basketry | 20” x 9” x 9”

Using a variety of unique stone from various parts of the world, sculptor Gabriela Firehammer’s art stone inlay technique combines the disciplines of relief and sculpture in her masterpieces. Following a process which consists of hand-cutting, shaping, polishing and setting numerous pieces of stone into a distinct design and shape, Gabriela’s completed works are a collaboration of thoughts, ideas and craftsmanship with her husband Jeremy.

JAMES HILL

Sculptor | jameshill.com

| tent #538

Anima | Stainless Steel | 81” x 32” x 18”

Ceramic | hanniegold.com | tent #327

Since childhood Hannie has been experimenting with every type of creative medium she can find. At age three she sat at the potter’s wheel for the first time. After graduating from the Universidad de Costa Rica and traveling around the world, it was on a trip to Argentina where Hannie first encountered pine needle basketry, which she now combines with handthrown pottery. Her passion for color, design and nature come together with her simple clean forms that have the rustic feel of the earth, formed from clay and pine needles.

MARK JESINOSKI

Painter/Mixed Media | jesart.com

| tent #158

Currents | Acrylic and Oil Pastel on Panel | 40” x 72”

For over 20 years, Los Angeles sculptor James Hill has masterfully fashioned and fused metal, steel and bronze in service to his artistic vision, transforming the coolness of these materials into “living” dynamic forms. His sculptures have been described as “a celebration of optimism that unites the elegance of the organic form with the structure of the modern world.”

Growing up in rural Minnesota, Mark Jesinoski’s hard-working roots and insatiable curiosity have taken him from working in the coal mines of Wyoming to obtaining a PhD in Psychology. Now actively involved in the San Diego arts community, Mark’s present style moves beyond linear forms, focusing on organic shapes and aquatic themes to explore the process of change. Over the years Mark has used his art as a means to connect, educate and share ideas.

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GABRIELA FIREHAMMER

Sculptor | firehammerstudios.com | tent #195


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NICOLA KATSIKIS

CHRISTOPHER M

Photographer/Mixed Media | urbanarsenal.com | tent #536

Painter/Mixed Media | ecgallery.com | tent #757

Enter #3 | Photography/Mixed media on wood panel | 36” x 36”

Enjoying the Vintage | Mixed Media on Canvas | 36” x 36”

Born and raised in Atlanta, Nicola embraced art as a lifestyle when she moved to Los Angeles and surrounded herself with artists, working with them in various capacities before trying her hand at the creative process herself. Nicola finds beauty where others may see grime. She incorporates photographs, stencils and acrylics, as well as the occasional found object. All of her work is then applied onto wood panels and finished off with several coats of clear resin.

NIKI J SANDS

Known as “The Painter of Chefs,” Christopher M’s expressive paintings go beyond literal depiction to honor the most prolific chefs of our time. Possessing a style grounded in traditional realism with a contemporary twist, Christopher’s technique has garnered much attention and earned him the coveted spot of celebrity artist & poster artist for several food and wine festivals throughout the country.

DAVID WIEMERS

Painter/Oil | nikijsands.com | tent #206/208

Painter/Oil | davidsprettygoodart.com | tent #321

Musica Musica | Oil on canvas | 22” x 28”

Hurricane Dame Edna | Oil on Canvas | 18” x 24”

Pablo Picasso once said “There are painters who transform the sun to a yellow spot, but there are others, with the help of their art and their intelligence, who transform a yellow spot into the sun.” Niki J Sands is a self-taught painter who uses her imagination, intelligence and introspection to transform her “spots” of thought and time into intriguing expressions. Through diligent self-study and experimentation and an innate ability to combine form and color, Niki’s work embodies the soul of her subject.

While working as a Hollywood television writer and producer for the Walt Disney Company and Universal Studios for 25 years, the studios were always asking David Wiemers to transform properties they owned into television series. Sometimes it was a movie, such as Baghdad Café and Teen Wolf; sometimes it was a book, such as Clifford, the Big Red Dog. Through Hollywood, David had the opportunity to work with some of the greatest artists in America today. As an artist, his vision is simple: “I am a storyteller and humor is at the heart of every piece of work I create. It’s the gift I have to offer.”


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 KIDSWALK 

PRESENTED BY MISSION FEDERAL CREDIT UNION Don’t miss out. Bring the family and get artsy with free hands-on projects provided by these educational arts organizations from throughout the county. Located at Amici Park, on Date, 3 blocks east of India Street

Art FORM

JCS, San Diego Academy

RhythmWorx

Experience and see how creative re-use takes shape.

Learn about San Diego’s amazing marine eco-system by walking into a giant painting.

Explore and play a wide variety of drums and percussion. Make an instrument to take home, too!

619.582.2820 juliancharterschool.org/sda

619.251.9910 meetup.com/rw-drumevents

Living Coast Discovery Center

San Diego Creative Weavers

Visit wild animals (snakes, tortoises, owls) while creating an animal themed craft.

Learn the ancient art of weaving using a variety of looms.

619.795.0013 | artformsandiego.org

Art in Motion for Kids Painting and assemblages. 951.704.0114 | facebook.com/ artinmotionforkids

Art with Larisse Learn the basics of art and drawing. 619.857.1270 | artwithlarisse.com

ArtReach Decorate a colorful 3-dimensional “frog” to take home. 619.615.1090 artreachsandiego.org

Birch Aquarium at Scripps Go green with Birch Aquarium and make an ocean-themed craft out of recycled materials.

Mission Federal Credit Union

Trace a pattern onto wood, “scrollers” cut it out, you paint and take home.

800.500.6328 | missionfed.com

619.749.7868 | saw-online.com

The New Childrens Museum

Sophia Isadora Academy of Circus Arts

Make colorful chalk drawings and receive free temporary tattoos.

Charming one ring circus complete with acrobats, clowns, aerialist and singer to amaze all ages.

619.233.8792 | thinkplaycreate.org

Coronado School of the Arts

Rare Hare Studio

619.522.4050 | cosasandiego.org

San Diego Seaside Scrollers

Decorate a kids bank and take home to start saving for the future.

858.534.FISH (3474) aquarium.ucsd.edu

Exhibition of student artwork and face painting.

sdcwg.org

619.409.5904 | thelivingcoast.org

619.301.1207 | sdcircus.com

Discover how to transform normally discarded items into art! 619.795.0013 rareharestudio.com

The Waldorf School of San Diego Make your own beeswax candles, an assisted activity for all ages. 619.280.8016 | waldorfsandiego.org


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 INTERACTIVE ART 

INTERACTIVE ART ENCOUNTER: GROWN UP FINGERPAINTING SATURDAY AND SUNDAY | THROUGHOUT THE DAY FREE | ON INDIA STREET NEAR FIR Connect with your inner Picasso and learn from artist Gabriela Alvarez how to use paint and your fingers to create unique works of art. Gaby’s technique utilizes an inventive combination that results in a unique fusion of colors, shapes and shading.

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 EVENT MAP 

Beer & Wine Garden KidsWalk Presented by

San Diego Visual Arts Network Interactive Art Marketplace Partner Parking Music Stage Dance on the EDGE Produced by Peter Kalivas, The PGK Project

Youth Performers MTS Trolley Stop

County Center/Little Italy (Green Line)

ATM ADA Accessible Restroom Restroom Info Booth / First Aid Water Station Water Station

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 ARTIST LOCATIONS 

ARTIST LOCATIONS Abderhalden, Claudia Abeyta, Liz Adamoff, Jeff Adams, Charles Adams, Leslee Alderete, Luis Aldrich, Bart Alexander Salazar Fine Art Allan, Brian Allen, Gene Allen, Terry Scott Amin, Ebrahim Anderson, Kevin Andrade, Esau Anh Ha, Andy Arango, Adrian Archer, Donald Artes de Mexico Arts in Motion Asencio, Henry Ashton, Ari Kate Atapour, Hassan Bachman, Rick Bada, Gregory Bae, SeungJa Baker, Keefe Ball, Arthur Barnes, Gaga Barnett, Michael Barr, Esther Bate, Jeni Bates, Jim Beier, Mary Benbrook, Ally Blanchard, Dominique Blom, Moni Borja, Cesar Boulware, Sylvia Bowerman, Greg Brennan, Mike Britt, Sue Britton, Donald Brown, Chris Bueneker, Siep Burkle, Lisa Carlson, Lisa Carol Gardyne Boutique & Studio Carpenter, Sandi Carter, Stevens Jay Caruso, Jerry Cerutti, Jennifer Cespedes, Mario Chen, Xing-Jie Chetelat, Kathy Chill, Nick Chin, Kathy

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Choi, Eun Hee Christopher M Chuang, Fred Church, Shirley Clark, Greg Clement, Jason Cohen, Sheri Collins, Paula Conde, Tamara Coopersmith, Justin Cramer, Michael Cranor, Pat Cullen, Nina K. Cunningham, Jack Curtner, Richard D'Aguiar, Stacy Daniels, Norm Daube, Sheila Davis, India Davis, Shay De La Nuez, Nelson del Aguila, Benito Del Pesco, Belinda Denis, John Desolina Devora, Leah Distinction Gallery Dodge, Dani Doll, Linda Dotseth, Elly Eastman, Karen Eberhardt, Sheryl Edlinger-Kunze, Catherine Eklund, Bonnie Ely, Ian Ely, Lynn Erickson, Robin Escalante, Antonio Exclusive Collections Fidel, Karen Figueroa, Mario Firehammer, Gabriela Fisch, Jeffrey Brian Fish Tales Photography Fishwick, Stephen Flohr, Michael Foncerrada, Lorenzo Fox, Sheri Frank, Christopher Talbot Franz, Shelly Gafner, Stan Galindo, Tony Garcia, Francisco Gertz, Bob Get Centered Clay Studio Gevorkian, Rafael Gibbons, John

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Giberson, Brian Ginepra, Jo Ann Girala, Adolfo Goldgewicht, Hannie Golumbuk, Ann Gonzalez, Angela Gonzalez, Maria del Carmen Gonzalez, Michelle Gonzalez, Paco Gornushkin, Sergey Gray, Jackson Guindi, Patricia Ha, John Hakobyan, Harut Harris, Edna Harrison, Rowan Hausserman, Christine Haynes, Andy Haynes, Shannon Haywood, Brent Heaviland, Joanne Helvey, Cameron Hemlock, Thomas Hessman, Andreas Hill, James Hoerber, Thomas A. Hoff, Bridget Hoffman, Sharon Holcombe, Cody Houseman, Rachel Howe, Todd Hudson River Inlay Hughes, Danny Humphrey, Jason Hunter, Rick Hwang, Jeong Hee Inman, Kevin Irelia Fine Jewelry Ivie, Jess Ivins, Nicholas Jesinoski, Mark Johnson, Victoria Juarez, Edward Kahl, Shelli Kater, David Katsikis, Nicola Katz, Darlene Kegler, Hans Keith, Mary Ella Keller, MaiLe Kelly, Courtney Kerckhoffs, Roy Khatamee, Norma Kim, Bo-Kyung Kim, Hoe Yeon Kindel, Craig Koehler, Jon

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Koome, Yvette Koutsenko, Igor Krebs, Penelope Kyu, Hwang Lambeth, Merle LaRock, Beverly Lee, Bong-Wook Lee, Desarae Lee, Gloria Lee, Hyun-A Lee, Seung Leonard, Gabe Loli, Simon Lord, Jan Lozeau, David Ludwig, Jim Luna, Ruben Lynn, Geri Maddy, Michael Mandel, Judy Mansfield, Carol Marble, Robert Marquez, Rennie Rau Marquez, Victoria Marshall Arts Blown Glass Martinez-Pena, Alejandro Mason, Padgett Mayberry, Thomas McChesney, Kathy McDavid, John McGinnis, Kevin McGuire, Nic McInnis, Linda McPherson, Darrel Mexican Pavilion Michael Hall Fine Art Micklish, Curtis Miller, Hasuyo Miller, Jesse Minton, Karen Monarrez, Irene Montano, Pilar Moser, Gary Mulvey, Art Mun, Jung-Won Murray, Jeffrey Nation, Laurel Naumburg, Dorothee Nelson, Janet Nelson, Vaughan Neo Contemporary Art Association Ness, Dave Newton, Elliott Nzalamba, Paul O'Brien, Karen O'Connor, Diane

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 ARTIST, EXHIBITOR & MARKETPLACE LOCATIONS 

Olander, Eric Orr, Merrill Park, You Li Pastori, Jo Ann Patsko, Sharon Pavalonis, Jason Pechersky, Barry Pecoff, Grant Perkins Art Studio Philippe-Lohezic, Marie-Pierre Phillips, Michael Purr-Deux Collaborative Art Rayes, Gabriel Reckards, David Reding, Louise Reinhardt, Lisa Renner, Paul Rice, Daniel Richter, Paul Ricksecker, Julianne Ring, Noreen Rivera, Hugo Roa, Patricia Robinson, Amos Rochester, Bonny Rodriguez, Maria Evangelina Rodriguez, Julio Rodriguez-Brown, Christine Roma, Skip Ronan, Susan Rubinstein, Hong Ryan, Daniel Salamon, Bradford J. Salazar, Susan Samins, Sally San Diego Sculptors Guild San Dieguito Art Guild Sandoval, James Sands, Niki Sandstrom, Lori Santillan, Ligia Schindler, Marna Schwartz, Dorit Schwede, Sheila Serafin, Josh Serafina Setterholm, Julie Shaw, Jacqueline Sheer, Robert Kawika Sherman, Charles Shields, Robert Sie, Lee Silvah, David Skoglund, Tricia Slater, Susanne Slattery, Michael James

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Smith, Christina Smith, Susan K. Sokol, Holly Song, Michael Spanish Village Art Center Stamm, Jan Sted, Richard Steffner, Lynn Stevenson, Amy Lynn Stodder, Fred Straub, Monique Sugimoto, Eri Sullivan, Elisabeth Sullivan, Roxanna Maria Summers, Michael Sussna, Michael Swanson, Grace Szakacs, John Tamir, Ora Tang, Meg Teyro, Cindy Thaney, Larisa Thesing, Marcus Tillack, Pete Townley, Shane Trabin, Jan Tsai, Shawn Valadez, Gilly Valencia, Aida Vassileva, Silvia Vicknair, Nicholas Vigallon, Rick Villa, David Tyrone Villicana, Sergio Visintainer, Gregg Visual Arts Group of North County Vivanco, Kelly Voien, Derek Waco, Michelle Waszak, Nicole Weil, Robert Wetsman, Irene White Box Contemporary White, Ethan White, Mark Wiemers, David Wilson, Pamela Windsor, Duke Winshtein, Paz Woodward, Mike Woolery, Barry Yeaw, Katy Yeomans, Jeff Zepeda, Masha Zuniga, Guillermo

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EXHIBITORS Art Pulse

Cedar St. 305

ArtReach

Date St. tent 530

Cox Communications

Date St. tent 532

Cygnet Theatre

Date St. tent 509

Cymer Dance on the Edge Geico Insurance KPBS KPRi La Jolla Playhouse Lincoln Display Lincoln Test Drive

Date & India Grape & India Beech St. tent 136 India St. btwn Beech & Cedar India St. btwn Date & Fir Beech St. tent 125 Cedar & India Cedar & Columbia

Little Italy Assn.

Date & India

Little Italy Mercato

Date & India

Mission Federal Credit Union

Date & India

Penta Water (2 locations) San Diego 6 the CW San Diego CityBeat San Diego Downtown News San Diego Gas & Electric San Diego Magazine San Diego Performing Arts League San Diego Repertory Theatre ScanDiego

India St. btwn Cedar & Date India St. btwn Fir & Grape tent 901 India St. btwn Beech & Cedar India St. btwn Date & Fir

MARKETPLACE PARTNERS Anthony Napoli Real Estate Group

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Bencotto Italian Kitchen

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Blick Art Materials

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Buon Appetito

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Caffe Italia

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Carol Gardyne Boutique & Studio

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Craft & Commerce

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Davanti Enoteca

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Filippi’s Pizza

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Footwear Etc.

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Hotel Vyvant

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Chef Deborah Scott’s Indigo Grill

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La Pensione Hotel

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La Villa

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The Market at Buon Appetito

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Masquerade Art of Living

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Mimmo’s Italian Village Deli & Restaurant

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Mona Lisa Italian Foods

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Beech St. tent 140

Monello

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Beech St. tent 123

Nelson Photo

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PrepKitchen Little Italy

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Princess Pub & Grille

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Puerto La Boca

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Beech St. tent 122

Sogno di Vino

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Beech St. tent 124

Space San Diego

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Starbucks

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Tazza d’ Oro

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Date St. tent 543 Date St. tent 510

Scripps Health

India St. btwn Cedar and Date

Shell Vacations

Cedar St. tent 300

The Old Globe

Date St. tent 535

Underbelly

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India St. btwn Date & Fir

Vocabulary

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Date St. tent 542

Vulcan Steam & Sauna

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Date & Columbia

The Waterfront

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Yogurtland

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U/T San Diego (2 locations) Westgate Hotel Whole Foods

India St. btwn Cedar & Date

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ARTIST, EXHIBITOR & MARKETPLACE LOCATIONS


 PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE  Performances presented by

STAGE 1 - INDIA STREET & BEECH 11:30am - 4pm Tom Griesgraber STAGE 2 - INDIA STREET & CEDAR 11:00am - 12:15pm Robin Henkel 12:45 - 2:00pm Megan Combs 2:30 - 3:45pm Josh Damigo 4:15 - 5:30pm Tolan Shaw STAGE 3 - INDIA STREET & DATE 11:30am - 1:00pm The Ballad Mongers 1:30 - 2:45pm Jesse LaMonaca 3:15 - 4:30pm The Heavy Guilt 5:00 - 6:00pm The Black Sands STAGE 4 - INDIA STREET & FIR 11:15am - 12:30pm Bart Mendoza & True Stories 1:00 - 2:15pm Colin Clyne 2:45 - 4:00pm Rodellos Machine 4:30 - 5:45pm Vanja James

SUNDAY, APRIL 28

MISSION FEDERAL ARTWALK PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE SATURDAY, APRIL 27

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STAGE 1 - INDIA STREET & BEECH 11:30 - 4pm Tom Griesgraber STAGE 2 - INDIA STREET & CEDAR 11:00am - 12:15pm Cody Lovaas 12:45 - 2:00pm Robin Henkel 2:30 - 3:45pm Jeffrey Joe 4:15 - 5:30pm Brad Perry STAGE 3 - INDIA STREET & DATE 11:30 - 1:00pm Justin James 1:30 - 2:45pm Todo Mundo 3:15 - 4:30pm The Heavy Guilt 5:00 - 6:00pm Garbo STAGE 4 - INDIA STREET & FIR 11:15 - 12:30pm Drew Taylor 1:00 - 2:15pm Midnight Pine 2:45 - 4:00pm Rodellos Machine 4:30 - 5:45pm The Distractions


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 MUSICAL PERFORMERS  Performances presented by

MUSICAL PERFORMERS

The musical lineup for ArtWalk 2013 brings together a diversely talented roster of San Diego’s long-time faves along with rising stars, thanks to Kevin Hellman, Publisher of San Diego CityBeat and Mission Federal ArtWalk Music Coordinator for the past 9 years. For more information, visit missionfederalartwalk.org

STAGE HOSTS

Perette Godwin San Diego 6 News

Chris Cantore U-T San Diego

The BalladMongers Local San Diego mainstays balladmongers.com

Bart Mendoza & True Stories Classic-style pop

facebook.com/bart mendozaandtruestories

Photo credit: Tim Flack with Idynomite Media

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The Black Sands

Psychedelic,Americana folk, rock, indie

Brad Perry

Cody Lovaas

Americana with soul

Straightforward folk soundscape

bradperrymusic.com

codylovaas.com

facebook.com/the-black-sands

The Distractions Classic rock, folk rock and country

Colin Clyne

Acoustic troubadour with Celtic influences colinclyne.com

Drew Taylor

Garbo

The Heavy Guilt

Experimental acoustic guitar

Americana/rock music

Raw indie blues psych rock

drewtaylor.bandcamp.com

reverbnation.com/garbomusic

theheavyguilt.com


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 MUSICAL PERFORMERS 

Photo credit: Rebecca Joelson

Jeffrey Joe

Jesse LaMonaca

jeffreyjoe.homestead.com

jesselamonaca.com

Balladeer and songwriter

Soulful American music

Josh Damigo

Justin James

Heartwarming vocals/award-winning acoustic performances

Beach Rock/Pop/Soulful justinjamesmusic.com

Photo credit: Kevin Hogan

joshdamigo.com

Megan Combs

The Midnight Pine

Rodellos Machine

megancombs.com

facebook.com/themidnightpine

rodellosmachine.com

Laid-back witty pop

Stark haunting desert folk

Unique indie folk/rock

Robin Henkel Master of slide guitar and country blues robinhenkel.com

Todo Mundo

Tolan Shaw

Original Latin/reggae fusion

Pop/rock singer/songwriter

todomundomusic.com

reverbnation.com/tolanshaw

Tom Griesgraber Chapman stick 12-string mix of guitar, bass and piano technique thossounds.com

Vanja James

A true indie DIY artist myspace.com/vanjajames

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Performances presented by


 DANCE ON THE EDGE 

Performances presented by

DANCE ON THE

EDGE

DANCE ON THE EDGE

Back again this year, this “event within an event” celebrates San Diego’s dance community. Peter Kalivas, Artistic Director of The PGK Dance Project, has coordinated an ambitious weekend showcasing the variety of dance that thrives in our city. Located on India Street near Grape. For schedule visit missionfederalartwalk.org

ARTWALK

The California Rhythm Project facebook.com/ californiarhythmproject

CityBallet of San Diego

Photo credit: Sue Brenner

cityballet.org

Peter Kalivas

Producer, Dance on the EDGE

CityBallet of San Diego II

ThePGKDanceProject.org

cityballet.org

A Bit o Burlesque

CoSA Dance Company

abitoburlesque.com

cosasandiego.com

Culture Shock San Diego

Alias Movement

cultureshockdance center.com

aliasmovement.org

Balletiquette Dance Theatre

Danzarts danzarts.org

balletiquette.com

The California Ballet Jr. Company californiaballetschool.com

Photo credit: Sue Brenner

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Flamenco Arana flamencoarana.com

Infinite Yoga infiniteyoga.com

Innervision Dance Company facebook.com/ innervision.dance

Jam Time Dance facebook.com/ jamtime.dancecrew

Kenneth Walker Dance Project Los Angeles KennethWalker DanceProject.org

KO Dance Co. kodanceco.org

LA Contemporary Dance Co. lacontemporary dance.org

Mojalet Dance Collective mojalet.com


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Quimera Project

nbdt.net

tribalsecrets.net

Nickerson-Rossi Dance

Sabor Andaluz Dance Co.

NickersonRossi Dance.com

saborandaluz sandiego.com

Photo credit: Sue Brenner

The PGK Dance Project Too ThePGKDance Project.org

Santa Barbara Dance Theater

Photo credit: Kathee Miller

Nannette Brodie Dance Theatre

805.636.2633

Summerscape Dance

michelletsummers.com

San Diego Civic Youth Ballet

Valentina Kouznetsova

sdcyb.org

858.822.2118

Dance on the EDGE Sponsors Produced by:

The Bailey Foundation

YOUTH PERFORMERS

Dance performances by San Diego students in the charming setting of the Amici Park amphitheatre at Date and State Sreet. For schedule visit missionfederalartwalk.org

Performances presented by

Afta Shock San Diego

Creative Dance Theatre

Dance Force San Diego

DanzArts

Illeast Arts

cultureshockdance.org

creativedancetheatre.com

danceforcesandiego.com

danzarts.org

hightechhigh.org

JuxtaPosition Dance

Malashock Dance

Mighty Shock San Diego

Mini Shock San Diego

juxtapositiondance.com

malashockdance.org

cultureshockdance.org

cultureshockdance.org

Renacimiento - Mexican Folklore Dance Company facebook.com/renacimientomexican-folklore-dance-company

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Photo credit: Steve Shea

 DANCE ON THE EDGE 


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 MARKETPLACE PARTNERS 

MARKETPLACE PARTNERS Anthony Napoli Real Estate Group If you want the right downtown condo in Little Italy, you have to contact the Anthony Napoli Real Estate Group. 1740 India Street 619.750.3558 | anthonynapoli.com

Art Services Professional picture hanging service. Installation/Design/ Residential/Commercial. 619.296.0241 | ihangart.com

Dine, shop and enjoy at these neighborhood businesses that support Mission Federal ArtWalk.

Caffe Italia Little Italy’s award winning espresso bar since 1992 serving breakfast and lunch. 1704 India Street 619.234.6767 | caffeitalialittleitaly.com

Footwear Etc. A full-service shoe store focused on comfort and style! Clarks, New Balance,Aetrex, MBT, Naot, Orthaheel, Dansko, Merrell,Vibram Five Fingers and MORE. 1680 India Street 619.233.1221 | footwearetc.com

Carol Gardyne Boutique & Studio Carol Gardyne hand paints silk scarves in her boutique which also features unique women’s clothing and hand-made leather bags. 1840 Columbia Street

HOTEL VYVANT HOTEL VYVANT is a boutique hotel located in the Little Italy neighborhood of San Diego. 505 West Grape Street 619.230.1600 | hotelvyvant.com

619.233.8066 | carolgardyne.com

Bencotto Italian Kitchen

Chef Deborah Scott’s

Craft & Commerce

Modern Italian meets culinary tradition. Bencotto offers hand-made pasta, freshly prepared 12 hours a day. 750 West Fir Street #103

Craft & Commerce is a vintage style bar and restaurant. 675 West Beech Street

619.450.4786 | lovebencotto.com

craft-commerce.com

619.269.2202 |

Indigo Grill Restaurant Chef Deborah Scott’s Indigo Grill showcases food from Oaxaca to Alaska with bold presentations and spectacular colors. 1536 India Street 619.234.6802 | www.dinecrg.com

BLICK

Davanti Enoteca

Art supplies and creative materials in the heart of Little Italy.

Rustic Italian and an inspired bar make for

1844 India Street 619.687.0050 | dickblick.com

Buon Appetito Italian Trattoria in the heart of Little Italy serving homemade specialties, great wine list and attentive service. 1609 India Street 619.238.9880 | buonappetitosandiego.com

Mediterranean bliss. 1655 India Street 619.237.9606 | davantienoteca.com

Filippi’s Pizza Grotto The Original! A San Diego tradition since 1950. Join us for good food, fun, fast and friendly service. 1747 India Street 619.232.5094 | realcheesepizza.com

La Costa Limousine La Costa Limousine provides safe, clean and reliable high-end transportation for corporate and private clients. 1770 Loker Avenue West Carlsbad, CA 92010 760.438.4455 | lacostalimo.com

La Pensione Hotel Gracious European style guesthouse accommodations at affordable prices. In the heart of Little Italy. 606 West Date Street 619.236.8000 | lapensionehotel.com


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La Villa Restaurant and Bar brings sleek, modern design and sophistication together with rustic Italian flavors in a farm-to-table experience making it one of Little Italy’s finest dining destinations. 1646 India Street 619.255.5221 | lavillasd.com

Market at Buon Appetito Unique Italian products, fresh produce, specialty cheeses, oils, meats and pastas in the heart of Little Italy. 1605 India Street 619.237.1335 | themarketlittleitaly.com

Masquerade Art of Living This gallery boutique with its “European” ambiance features everything in decorative home accessories and womens accessories: Art, mirrors, lighting, fragrances, jewelry, masks, handbags and unique gifts. 1608 India Street #105 619.235.6564

Mimmo’s Italian Village Deli & Restaurant Casual dining in a unique Italian village atmosphere. Serving San Diego since 1973. 1743 India Street 619.239.3710 | mimmos.biz

Mona Lisa Italian Foods Great family restaurant with an authentic deli and market next door. 2061 India Street 619.239.5367 | monalisalittleitaly.com

Monello Monello welcomes Milanese style street food of quality and tradition in a modern environment. 750 West Fir Street #102-B 619.501.0030 | lovemonello.com

Nelson Photo Retail photo sales carrying a wide variety of cameras and photographic supplies. 1909 India Street 619.234.6621 | nelsonphotosupplies.com

PrepKitchen Little Italy Farm-to-table restaurant; open for lunch, brunch and dinner. 1660 India Street 619.398.8383 | prepkitchen.com

Princess Pub and Grille San Diego’s original British pub established in 1984. Serving fine European ales and ciders plus local craft beers. Authentic pub fare in a true bonafide British pub ambiance. Cheers! 1665 India Street 619.702.3021 | princesspub.com

Puerto La Boca Enjoy the true spirit of Argentina in Little Italy. Puerto La Boca brings to Little Italy not only the taste of world famous Argentinian steaks and wines but also a great atmosphere and attentive service. 2060 India Street 619.234.4900 | puertolaboca.com

Sogno Di Vino Sogno Di Vino, the Dream of Divine Wine, features great food, daily specials and authentic Italian nouvelle cuisine. 1607 India Street 619.531.8887 | sognodivinosd.com

Space San Diego

Interior design firm with expertise in downsizing and multi-functional design offering unique transformable furnishings. 1531 Pacific Hwy 619.237.0727 | spacesandiego.com

Starbucks Starbucks purchases and roasts high-quality whole bean coffees and sells them along with fresh, rich-brewed, Italian style espresso beverages, a variety of pastries and confections, and coffeerelated accessories and equipment. The company’s objective is to establish Starbucks as the most recognized and respected brand in the world. 801 West Hawthorn 619.235.4376 | starbucks.com

Tazza d’Oro Tazza d’Oro, meaning “Cup of Gold,” serves delicious cappuccinos, espressos, homemade pastries and panini to tempt the tongue and revive the spirit. 1603 India Street 619.795.8370 | tazzadorosd.com

Underbelly Little Italy’s new noodle. Modern ramen bar. 750 West Fir Street #101 619.269.4626 | godblessunderbelly.com

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 MARKETPLACE PARTNERS 

Vocabulary We have all the tools you need to articulate your personal style at affordable prices. We carry men’s and women’s apparel, baby gifts and home décor. Looking forward to meeting you soon. 414 West Cedar Street

The Waterfront The Waterfront, San Diego’s oldest tavern, provides great burgers, honest cocktails and local craft beer. 2044 Kettner Blvd

A comfortable private men’s club with steam, sauna, whirlpool spa and sundeck facilities. 805 West Cedar Street 619.238.1980

Offering the highest quality natural and organic products available. 711 University Avenue 619.294.2800 | wholefoods.com

619.232.9656 | waterfrontsd.com

619.544.1100 | vocabularyboutique.com

Vulcan Steam & Sauna

Whole Foods

The Westgate Hotel San Diego’s premiere hotel continuing to deliver on its original vision of classic luxury.Acclaimed as San Diego’s finest hotel, the Westgate is beautifully appointed with exquisite European luxuries throughout.The Westgate is located in the heart of downtown San Diego just steps away from the trendy Gaslamp Quarter, fashionable shopping and historic Balboa Park. 1055 Second Avenue

Yogurtland 16 flavors of frozen yogurt and 35 fresh toppings including the freshest fruit.You rule. 1670 India Street 619.544.1818 | yogurt-land.com

619.238.1818 | westgatehotel.com

 BREAKING THE ICE 

BREAKING THE ICE WITH ARTISTS Ask questions and learn the backstory of an artist whose work you love. It definitely enhances the experience of shopping for art and ArtWalk participants enjoy interacting with art lovers. Here are a few questions to help you start the conversation: • • • • • • • • • •

Is your work inspired by life, photographs or from the imagination? What is the meaning behind your artwork? What is the most important influence behind your art/technique? How did you develop your style? What type of music do you listen to while creating? What do you do to combat artistic block? How do you know when a piece is finished? Once you have a concept in mind, how do you begin executing? What is your ultimate goal when creating a piece? What is the most challenging part about working with this medium?

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The Art of Efficiency The EPA-estimated rating of 45 combined mpg.* The All-New 2013 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid. Visit the Lincoln display at the corner of India Street and Cedar Street to sign up for a test-drive.

Learn more about the 2013 MKZ at Lincoln.com. *EPA-estimated rating of 45 city/45 hwy/45 combined mpg. Actual mileage will vary.

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Find out more at cox.com

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2013 BUSINESS OF ART SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT

CONGRATULATIONS TO JENNIFER CERUTTI Mission Federal Artwalk, the San Diego Visual Art Network (SDVAN) and San Diego State University School of Art, Design and Art History have teamed up to provide a deserving SDSU art student with the opportunity to exhibit at ArtWalk. Patricia Frischer from SDVAN is mentoring Jennifer on all aspects of “the business of art.”

VISIT JENNIFER CERUTTI AT TENT #567 ON DATE STREET

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WONDERLAND with Noah Tafolla 10 A.M. - 11 A.M. | NOON - 1 P.M. 9 P.M. - 10 P.M.

FRONT PAGE with Scott & Amber 6 A.M. - 10 A.M.

THE ROGER HEDGCOCK SHOW 11 A.M. - NOON | 6 P.M. - 7 P.M.

SPORTS PAGE with Kevin Acee + Annie Hielbrunn 1 P.M. - 2 P.M. | 8 P.M. - 9 P.M.

SAN DIEGO NIGHT & DAY with Chris Cantore + Michelle Guerin 2 P.M. - 3 P.M. | 7 P.M. - 8 P.M. 11 P.M. - 12 A.M.

PRIME TIME with Taylor Baldwin 3 P.M. - 6 P.M.

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NO AR ART T IN YOUR STUDENT’S K-6 SCHOOL? Call ArtReach.

ArtReach provides engaging hands-on visual art education workshops in K-6 schools county wide. • Professional artists teach each class • During or after school • Students learn skills & create original art

Visit the ArtReach activity tent at KidsWalk or stop by Tent #530 on Date Street to meet the ArtReach team. Learn more at artreachsandiego.org

ARTISTS GIVE BACK TO ARTREACH Artists displaying this sign at Mission

Federal ArtWalk are generously donating a portion of their festival proceeds to ArtReach. PARTICIPATING ARTISTS: CLAUDIA ABDERHALDEN • LIZ ABEYTA • ARTS IN MOTION KEEFE BAKER • JIM BATES • ALLY BENBROOK • DOMINIQUE BLANCHARD • GREG BOWERMAN SANDI CARPENTER • STEVENS JAY CARTER • SHIRLEY CHURCH • SHAY DAVIS DISTINCTION GALLERY • DANI DODGE • KAREN EASTMAN • JEFFREY BRIAN FISCH SHELLY FRANZ • RAFAEL GEVORKIAN • MICHAEL HALL • EDNA HARRIS • SHANNON HAYNES ANDREAS HESSMAN • MARK JESINOSKI • DARLENE KATZ • ROY KERCKHOFFS • MERLE LAMBETH • JAN LORD JUDY MANDEL • ROBERT MARBLE • RENNIE RAU MARQUEZ • CURTIS MICKLISH • JANET NELSON • PAUL NZALAMBA JO ANN PASTORI • JULIANNE RICKSECKER • HUGO RIVERA • SUSAN SALAZAR • SALLY SAMINS • SERAFINA • LEE SIE MICHAEL JAMES SLATTERY • SUSAN K. SMITH • ELISABETH SULLIVAN • ORA TAMIR • DEREK VOIEN • NICOLE WASZAK

ArtReach is a 501(c) 3 not-for profit organization. Tax ID#39-2067596

619.615.1090 | artreachsandiego.org | facebook.com/artreachsandiego


2013 Mission Federal ArtWalk Magazine  

Articles, directory, and information about the features of this year's ArtWalk event. San Diego's original fine art festival. April 27 & 28...

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