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CLOCKWISE (from top left): Artwork by Ryder Richards; “Combing the Hair,” by Torii Kotondo; image of Ada Lovelace; “700 Million,” by Kenda Francis
A R T B E AT
4.1-5.15 “Diverge/Convene: Contemporary Mixed Media” SAN DIEGO ART INSTITUTE 1439 El Prado, Balboa Park 619.236.0011, sandiego-art.org Local and national artists blend sound, sculpture, video and photography, using disparate elements and materials to create multimedia collages.
4.7-29 “Through the Eyes of an Artist” THE STUDIO DOOR 3750 30th St., North Park 619.255.4920, thestudiodoor.com Artists from both sides of the border use their art to communicate ideas about current issues.
“To Observe and Wonder: A Short History of the Far-Reaching Minds of Women in Science” WOMEN’S MUSEUM OF CALIFORNIA 2730 Historic Decatur Rd., Ste. 103, Liberty Station 619.233.7963, womensmuseumca.org This exhibit at the Women’s Museum presents a look at how women have contributed to the advance of science.
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4.7-5.28 “Modern Japan: Prints from the Taisho Era (1912-1926) and Beyond” SAN DIEGO MUSEUM OF ART 1450 El Prado, Balboa Park, 619.232.7931. sdmart.org Images of romantic fantasies, tranquil landscapes and other scenes by prominent Japanese artists capture Japan’s creative print movements from the early 20th century.
OPPOSITE PAGE, CLOCKWISE (from top left): “Lobo del Cielo”; “Kikeriki”; “Thirsty Koi”; “Corridade Taxi”; “After the Snow Fell”; “Green River Sockeye”; “Francesca”; “Kolkata”; “Licorice.”