Friday Night Liberty

San Diego’s biggest FREE monthly art event!

Wander, explore and enjoy a free local art experience!

Taking place on the first Friday of every month from 5-9 pm, Friday Night Liberty is San Diego’s biggest monthly art walk! Meet working artists, enjoy dance, theatre and music performances, visit museums and galleries and explore the growing District.

Learn more about other upcoming events here!

 

January 5th, 2018 - New Year, New Art!

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Experience all the ARTS DISTRICT has to offer is by attending a FREE Friday Night Liberty art walk. Taking place on the first Friday of every month from 5-9 pm, Friday Night Liberty is San Diegartisto’s biggest FREE monthly art event! Meet working artists, enjoy dance, theatre and music performances, visit museums and galleries and explore the growing District. Visitors can start their stroll at the Information Desk in the Dick Laub NTC Command Center at 2640 Historic Decatur Road and pick up a monthly program and District map

  • San Diego Dance Theater presents excerpts from Janus II and other dances of Beginnings, Transitions, and Endings. Performances at 5:30 PM and 6:30 PM in White Box Live Arts – 2950 Truxtun Rd (Building 176, Second Floor)

 

  • San Diego Watercolor Society presents “The State of the Art”, an art exhibition juried by award-winning artist, Sean Barrett. The exhibit runs 12/31/17 – 1/27/18 and welcomes visitors to the opening reception Friday, January 5 from 5-8 pm with 95-100 original ready-to-hang paintings for sale, plus wine, food and the fellowship of other art enthusiasts. in Building 202.

 

  • Visions Art Museum features the works from Del Thomas Gallery, The Nature of Things – Betty Busby and Jane Sassaman; Valya Gallery, Rust and Ruin – Regina Benson; Sebastian Family Gallery, Felted Gardens – Erma Martin Yost; Member’s Challenge, Blooming; Canyon Quilter’s Challenge, Organic by Design in Building 202.
 
  • Women’s Museum of California features exhibit Beauty or Torture: From the Gibson Girl to the Instagram Model. Beauty or Torture showcases the ways women have conformed to various beauty demands across multiple decades and reveals how those demands affected every day women’s physical health as well as their perceptions of self-worth. Barracks 16.
 
  • Lauren Allen LeVieux invites you to discover where Art it is Made! Barracks 16.
 
  • And Something Different Studio Gallery features works by artist Leslie Pierce and invites visitors to explore the open studio/gallery. Barracks 19, second Floor.
 
  • Bravo School Of Art Make a New Year’s resolution to bring more creativity into your life. Set your goals. Renew your commitment to take good care of yourself. Take an art class, learn a new technique and get your creative juices flowing. Barracks 19, second Floor.
 
  • Apricot Yarn & Supply invites any yarn enthusiast to bring a project and work with us at the table for a fun, inspirational, social gathering. Drinks and treats served. Barracks 19
 
  • June Rubin features a mixed media art exhibit inspired by the passing of her artist mother. See “The Artist”, “Glitter Torah” and “Ode to Gayle”, works with mixed media, candy and leaves on canvas. Barracks 17, Second Floor.
 
  • MK Envision Galleries hosts the “Spirit of the Wave” exhibit by Dave Ness and includes 14 impressionistic pieces that capture our imaginations and the essence of waves. Barracks 17.
 
  • EAS Art studio is featuring new works for the New Year in Barracks 17.
 
  • NANCY TOKOS fine art continues the Holiday Season celebration with original oil paintings by the Liberty Station’s portrait artist, Nancy Tokos. 5 – 8 PM in Barracks 14.
 
  • M Fischbeck Studio Gallery features new artwork by Peggy Fischbeck and a Community art project. Barracks 19, Second Floor.
 
  • “Snow Time! Like the Present?” A new outdoor light installation from scenic designer and stagecraft expert Jay Newington. The historic former Naval Training Center Pump House has been transformed into a giant holiday gift including over 4,300 lights and animated snowflakes. Come see his gift to San Diego, spectacularly illuminated in Liberty Station this holiday season complete with an oversized bow and festive ribbon. Located on the North Promenade between Rady Children’s Ice Rink where we invite you to skate, create and celebrate 10am – 10pm on the central promenade, and the decorated like you’ve never seen it before 88-foot Norfolk Pine Tree near Stone Brewery. A great setting to snap a holiday photo and tag #salutetheseason.

February 2nd, 2018 - Love the ARTS

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Experience all the ARTS DISTRICT has to offer is by attending a FREE Friday Night Liberty art walk. Taking place on the first Friday of every month from 5-9 pm, Friday Night Liberty is San Diegartisto’s biggest FREE monthly art event! Meet working artists, enjoy dance, theatre and music performances, visit museums and galleries and explore the growing District. Visitors can start their stroll at the Information Desk in the Dick Laub NTC Command Center at 2640 Historic Decatur Road and pick up a monthly program and District map

Join Malashock Dance & The Malashock Dance School for performance excerpts from their upcoming 30th Anniversary Concert, featuring music by Mathew McBaine and new choreography by Emmy Award-winning choreographer and Artistic Director, John Malashock. Don’t miss this free preview and opportunity to meet Malashock and the Company Dancers! Performances begin at 5:30 PM & 6:30 PM in Abbe Wolfsheimer Studio (Second Floor) at Dorothea Laub Dance Place – 2650 Truxtun Rd. (Building 175)

 

June Rubin Studio/Gallery invites you to Make Your Own Valentine with Artist June Rubin. Families will have fun as they use decorative papers, stickers and feathers to collage their own valentine in June Rubin’s art studio. Barracks 19, Second Floor.

March 2nd, 2018 - Go Green

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More Info Coming Soon!

April 6th, 2018 - Shaking up Spring

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More Info Coming Soon!

May 4th, 2018 - May the Fourth be with you.

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More Info Coming Soon!

For more info or vendor inquiries

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Contact:
Andrew Waltz
619-573-9304
AWaltz@NTCFoundation.org

Thank you to our generous sponsors!