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Architecture in Clay at The Myers Gallery

July 24th, 2010 - August 28th, 2010

Throughout our history, ceramic elements have been used as an inspiration or vehicle to generate a critical structural element. Other architectural elements have also played an inspirational role for surface embellishment. Architecture in clay is about interpretation of an architectural element or form.

How Much : Free

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About the Juror, Kevin A. Myers
Kevin A. Myers, owner of The Myers Gallery received his MFA form Otis College of Art and Design and he is currently a professor at Orange Coast College.

About the Venue

Muddy's Studio
2610 Halladay Street, Santa Ana, CA 92705

Grand Central Art Center Exhibition: Detras De La Cortina

September 4th, 2010 - October 17th, 2010

Artists: Emigdio Vasquez, Henry M. Godines, Greg Stone, Matt Southgate, Abram Moya, Jose Lozano, Gilbert "Magu" Lujan, Rosa Williams and Alma Lopez.

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Orange County Artists and the Chicano Movement

About the Venue

Grand Central Art Center
125 North Broadway, Santa Ana, CA 92701

Orange County Center for Contemporary Art Exhibition: E.Impulse

August 5th - August 29th, 2010

Impulsive ideas, impulsive dreams, impulsive actions, all controlled by electrical impulses. Come explore impulsiveness through painting, sculpture, video, photography, computers, and music.

e.impulse:
Electrical physical motion, which surrounds us, is also a part of us, to a degree that we are often uncomfortable admitting. Residing within ourselves are electrical impulses which are responsible for our forward motion, progressive creationism, ultra conservatism, points of view, emotional reactions, lack of enthusiasm.

Weather or not there is a driving force behind these impulses, it must be admitted that we are unaware of the true nature of the driver and the means by which the steering wheel is controlled, not to mention the ultimate goal of the direction of travel. We can only observe these impulses, study their behavior, and attempt to draw conclusions as to their true nature.

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Artists - Jeff Alu + Evalynn Alu + Kim Ye

About the Venue

Orange County Center For Contemporary Art
117 North Sycamore, Santa Ana CA 92701

Theatre Out Presents: Southern Baptist Sissies

August 13th, 2010 - September 4th, 2010

From the creator of the hit comedy Sordid Lives comes this funny and touching examination of sexuality and religion in the South.

How Much : Adult - $18.00, Student - $15.00

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Fridays and Saturdays @ 8:00 pm
Select Thursdays @ 8:00 pm
Select Sundays @ 2:00 pm

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202 North Broadway, Santa Ana, CA 92701

This Side up Blues Debut at Bistro 400

Friday, August 20th, 7:30pm - 11:30pm

This Side Up Blues Band was formed locally by a collection of seasoned musicians who have blended their unique styles of jazz, blues and funk to provide the listener with a repertoire of songs that can be characterized as West Coast Blues. You will hear material that is slightly off the mainstream—by such artists as Little Charlie and the Night Cats, Lynwood Slim, Mitch Kashmere and local artist Rod Piazza. Knowing the audience appreciates standard blues fare, This Side Up Blues Band provides familiar songs from the likes of Buddy Guy, B.B. King and Eric Clapton and features Steve Morgan – Guitar, Daniel Bonte – vocals, Dan Hoxie – Harp, Rick Bagby – Keys, Bill Moorhead – Bass, Guy Henle – Drums.

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This Side up Blues: www.myspace.com/thissideupbluesband

About the Venue

Bistro 400
400 West 4th Street, Santa Ana, CA 92701

10th Annual Concert In The Park

Saturday, August 21st, 6:00pm

Presented by Original Mike's featuring the classic rock band The Answer. Bring a picnic dinner or potluck with friends. Desserts & coffee available for purchase. Prizes awarded for best theme table "Mardi Gras" along with raffle prizes. 60" round table $25.00

How Much : Free

Additional Information :

Morrison Park
2801 Westwood, Santa Ana CA
Info and reservations call Mel Steiner: (714) 269-4138

Music: 6:00pm - 10:00pm

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No additional venue information at this time.

Art Walk at the Santiago Art District

Saturday, August 21st, 7:00pm

Every third Saturday of the month, residents of the Santiago Street Lofts host the Santiago Art District—A community art walk event.

Galleries open at 7PM and usually run until 10PM—and sometimes even later!

Ample (free) parking is conveniently located across the street at the Santa Ana Train Depot on the southeast corner of Santa Ana Boulevard and Santiago Street.

How Much : Free

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About the Venue

Santiago Art District
712 North Santiago Street, Santa Ana, CA 92701

Liberty Fine Arts - Through the Lens at the Santiago Artwalk

Saturday, August 21st, 7:00pm - 10:00pm

A group photography show.
Ami Racin
Ann Claire
Sam Saeed
Jose Wantland
Gunther Zarth
Richard Salazar
Liberty Dickinson

How Much : Free

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About the Venue


921 East Santa Ana Boulevard, Santa Ana, CA 92701

Barrio Writers & SolArt Radio Present: Ollin!

Sunday, August 22nd, 5:00pm - 10:00pm

Join us from 5-10pm at Zócalo (301 N. Tustin Avenue, Santa Ana, CA) for dinner, local music Trio Barrio Writer Joana (accordian), David & Barrio Writer Germayn, DJ Michelle Reyes & our special feature band OLLIN! We Need your support to keep on empowering our youth through creative programs that provide pipelines to higher education & cultural arts! $10.00 donation request - Fundraiser to benefit Barrio Writers & Barrio Actors Guild (dinner not included).

How Much : $10.00 donation request.

Additional Information :

Ollin: www.myspace.com/eastlosollin
Ollin began with the inspiration of traditional Mexican music. From there, the brothers expanded their musical curiosity and brought other types of folk music into the mix. Irish melodies, Klezmer riffs, German beer polkas, and African syncopations all were introduced and have become a part of the eclectic Ollin sound. Live performances are theatrical, energetic, and with the mixture of many different styles, still well balanced. Their recordings are solid three dimensional stories with lyrical prose that puts you knee deep in their musical barrio.

For More Information: http://barriowriters.blogspot.com/

About the Venue

El Zocalo
301 North Tustin Avenue, Santa Ana, CA 92705

Karaoke at Bistro 400

Tuesday, August 24th, 9:00pm - Close

Rebecca Hyrkas hosts this great night every Tuesday!! Whether you like to sing or not, you've got to come down and experience the fun! Late night menu! Drink Specials!

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Every Tuesday Night!

About the Venue

Bistro 400
400 West 4th Street, Santa Ana, CA 92701

Zoofari Fundraising Gala for the Santa Ana Zoo

Saturday, August 28th, 5:30pm - 12:00am

Announcing the archeological discovery of the century! The long-lost tomb of the ancient Egyptian god SAA ZUU has been unearthed at the Santa Ana Zoo.

Rip Ribble, Board President of the Friends of Santa Ana Zoo, reports, “As you know, SAA ZUU is the little known Egyptian god of protection, prosperity, and partying for all those who live in and visit the Zoo grounds. We have been searching for SAA ZUU and his tomb for decades and can’t believe that, while monkeying around in their enclosure, our very own Gibbons made the discovery! We are going bananas over this important find! This calls for a celebration.”

SAA ZUU’s tomb and its mystical treasures will be on display for one night only as the Santa Ana Zoo is transformed into a magical Egyptian oasis at Zoofari 2010.

All of the ancient Egyptian Pharaohs, their Queens, SAA ZUU, and Zoofari 2010 Honorary Chairs Sandy Segerstrom Daniels and Ed Arnold hereby command all party animals to come celebrate the majesty and splendor of the enchanting pyramids and temples on our beautiful grounds.

Let the feasting, frivolity and fundraising begin with our 18th annual black tie/safari-wear gala.

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The evening includes valet parking underwritten by Villa Ford, a fully hosted bar, hors d’oeuvres, live cocktail entertainment, a signature drink “Cleopatra’s Kiss,” photo opportunity with camels, a fully catered, sit-down dinner and live and silent auctions. Chuck Dreyer, Southern California’s preeminent fundraising auctioneer, will again serve as our Auctioneer. Dancing and music will follow dinner.

Zoofari’s fundraising project this year is designed to upgrade our animal commissary to a state-of-the-art facility for animal food preparation. This important site is where all of the essential diets are prepared for each and every animal at the Zoo. By supporting this year’s Zoofari, you will make a significant impact on our animals and their valuable place in the world.

Reservations are required.

About the Venue

Santa Ana Zoo
1801 East Chestnut Avenue, Santa Ana, CA 92705

Karaoke at Bistro 400

Tuesday, August 31st, 9:00pm - Close

Rebecca Hyrkas hosts this great night every Tuesday!! Whether you like to sing or not, you've got to come down and experience the fun! Late night menu! Drink Specials!

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Every Tuesday Night!

About the Venue

Bistro 400
400 West 4th Street, Santa Ana, CA 92701

Santa Ana Film Fiesta: 42nd Street at the Historic OC Courthouse

Saturday, September 4th, 5:00pm

Sponsored by OC Parks. The seminal Hollywood musical choreographed by Busby Berkeley starring Bebe Daniels, a Latina star from the silent screen era who was famously jailed in Santa Ana for 10 days in 1921. Local historical societies, SAHPS and OCMAHS, will be present to help local audiences explore, preserve and celebrate Santa Ana's unique history!

How Much : Free

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OC Courthouse
211 West Santa Ana Boulevard, Santa Ana, CA?

http://www.ocfilmfiesta.org/

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No additional venue information at this time.

Santa Ana Film Fiesta

Saturday, September 4th - 19th, 2010

Santa Ana Film Fiesta

Saturday, September 4th - 19th, 2010

The Santa Ana Film Fiesta is a film festival component of The City of Santa Ana's 2010 "Fiestas Patrias - Fiestas de Independencia" Mexican Bicentennial events. It's a celebration of the Santa Ana's Latino heritage through cinema and an educational tour of Santa Ana's historic roots.

This unity-building event will provide downtown audiences, both new arrivals and traditional families, with entertaining events throughout the City of Santa Ana that deepen relationships with local cultural groups, businesses, colleges and the film industry.

Every year, over 200,000 visitors attend Santa Ana's "Fiestas de Independencia" Mexican Independence Day festivities centered along historic 4th Street, "La Calle Cuatro." This year will feature musical artists Aleks Syntek, Maria Jose, Paty Cantu and Elefante. The Santa Ana Film Fiesta will add a vital new dimension to these traditional festivities by celebrating Santa Ana's cultural diversity through a selection of feature films, documentaries and shorts.

Join us for this year's new and dynamic Film Fiesta, a cinema celebration in the historic heart of downtown OC!

How Much : Free

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Schedule
Saturday, September 4th, 5:00pm @ Historic OC Courthouse - "42nd Street"
Friday, September 10th, 8:00pm @ French Square (4th & French) - "Memorias de Un Mexicano"
Sunday, September 12th, 4:00pm @ Original Mike's - "Short Film Showcase"
Saturday, September 18th, 2:00pm @ Fiesta Theater on 4th Street - "The Three Caballeros"
Sunday, September 19th, 2:00pm @ Fiesta Theater on 4th Street - "Walt & El Grupo"
*Schedule subject to change*

http://www.ocfilmfiesta.org/

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No additional venue information at this time.

Santa Ana Film Fiesta: Memorias de Un Mexicano at French Square

Friday, September 10th, 8:00pm

Sponsored by the Mexican Consulate in Santa Ana. An outdoor screening of the classic Mexican Revolution documentary which features actual footage from the era will be screened onto the building adjacent to French Square. Seating will be provided. Savor nostalgic footage under the stars in historic downtown Santa Ana!

How Much : Free

Additional Information :

French Square
E 4th St & French St, Santa Ana, CA

http://www.ocfilmfiesta.org/

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No additional venue information at this time.

Eclectic Music Concert at the Orange County Center for Contemporary Art

Saturday, September 11th, 7:00pm

With the cooperation of the Orange County Center for Contemporary Art (OCCCA), The Eclectic Company is a creative think-tank established in 2005 to support SoCal arts by organizing events that bring various artistic mediums together.

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¡Aparato!: http://www.myspace.com/aparatorock
The RadioActive Chicken Heads: http://www.myspace.com/chickenheads

About the Venue

Orange County Center For Contemporary Art
117 North Sycamore, Santa Ana CA 92701

Santa Ana Film Fiesta: Short Film Showcase at Original Mike's

Sunday, September 12th, 4:00pm

Selected films may screen in tandem with a classic car display. More info TBA.

How Much : Free

Additional Information :

http://www.ocfilmfiesta.org/

About the Venue

Original Mike's
100 South Main Street, Santa Ana, CA 92701

Theatre Out Presents: Briefs - A Festival of Short Plays

September 17th - September 26th, 2010

Theatre Out's first annual short play festival will showcase original short works by and about the gay community with the audience voting for the "Best of the Festival".

How Much : Adult - $15.00, Student - $12.00

Additional Information :

Fridays and Saturdays @ 8:00 pm
Select Sundays @ 2:00 pm

About the Venue


202 North Broadway, Santa Ana, CA 92701

Santa Ana Film Fiesta: The Three Caballeros at the Fiesta Theater on 4th Street

Saturday, September 18th, 2:00pm

This animated 1940s film starring Donald Duck and his two Latino amigos, the Mexican Juan Gallo and Brazilian Jose Carioca, sends audiences on a vibrant visual journey across Mexican pop and South American pampas. A family-friendly classic!

How Much : Free

Additional Information :

http://www.ocfilmfiesta.org/

About the Venue

No additional venue information at this time.

Santa Ana Film Fiesta: Walt and El Grupo at the Fiesta Theater on 4th Street

Sunday, September 19th, 2:00pm

An award-winning documentary about a journey Walt Disney and his animators made to South America in the '30s. The trip served as the visual inspiration for the animated feature "Los Three Caballeros" and influenced Disney animation for decades to come.

How Much : Free

Additional Information :

http://www.ocfilmfiesta.org/

About the Venue

No additional venue information at this time.

Heritage Museum Presents: The 6th Annual Fundraising Gala - The Templeton Expedition: Death in the Desert

Saturday, September 25th, 2010

Visit 1937 Egypt (in 2010 Santa Ana)!
Explore the top secret archaeological dig site and newly discovered temple!
Meet the eminent archaeologist, Dr. Stanley Templeton!
Dine on exquisite cuisine provided by Country Garden Caterers!
Participate in silent and live auctions!
Dance the night away to the swinging sounds of Johnny Kleker and the Big Band!

How Much : Tickets are $125 per person or $1000 per table (seats 10)

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Proceeds from this signature event will go to support the 20,000 children who annually visit the Heritage Museum to participate in our hands-on educational programs.

About the Venue

Heritage Museum of Orange County
3101 West Harvard Street, Santa Ana, CA 92704

Spooky Science: Bug Invasion! at the Discovery Science Center

October 2nd - October 31st, 2010

They’re coming to get you…at Discovery Science Center! No magnifying glass needed here; these bugs are larger than life! Experience giant bug animatronics, a world-class insect collection, and interactive educational stations. See the world of bugs through their eyes! Find out about “the good, the bad, the ugly” of the insect world, even play with our remote-controlled robotic bugs!

How Much : Adult - $12.95, Child - $9.95

Additional Information :

Hours
Monday - Saturday: 10:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday: 11:00am - 5:00pm

About the Venue

Discovery Science Center
2500 North Main Street, Santa Ana, CA 92705

Eclectic Music Concert Series Presents: Santa Ana NoiZe Fest 2 at the Orange County Center for Contemporary Art

Saturday, October 9th, 7:00pm

NoiZe Returns to Santa Ana! 2nd Annual Festival In Santa Ana!
With the cooperation of the Orange County Center for Contemporary Art (OCCCA), The Eclectic Company is a creative think-tank established in 2005 to support SoCal arts by organizing events that bring various artistic mediums together.

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Prepare for the the stuff of legends

Yuko Imada: http://www.myspace.com/yukoimada
Jesus is Dead: http://www.myspace.com/jesusisdeadband
Pedestrian Depot
Phog Masheen: http://www.myspace.com/phogmasheeen
Just One Ghost: http://www.myspace.com/dyingindigitalmusic
More TBA

About the Venue

Orange County Center For Contemporary Art
117 North Sycamore, Santa Ana CA 92701

Keep the Promise: A Wine Tasting Benefit for The Wooden Floor

Saturday, October 9th, 6:00pm

The Wooden Floor brings back for the fourth consecutive year our popular annual wine tasting benefit on Saturday, October 9, 2010, at 6pm, featuring twelve exquisite and rare wines. This event will be an inspiring evening celebrating the forward movement of underserved youth, and will raise funds for The Wooden Floor’s award winning youth and family programs.

About The Wines
The tasting features 92-96 point wines retailing at up to $130 per bottle. John Markley and his wife Janice, wine connoisseurs and dedicated supporters of The Wooden Floor, passionately hand-curate the wines over the course of a year or more. The Markleys have been known to hunt all over California for certain wine selections. Their motivation is to have the most distinguished wine tasting event in Orange County, and in turn, generate the most impact for students of The Wooden Floor.

How Much : $150 per person, $100 of which is tax deductible.

Additional Information :

RSVP at 714.541.8314 or
Ellen@TheWoodenFloor.org

Sponsored by
John and Janice Markley, The Frome Family Foundation, Anaheim Ducks and Honda Center, and St. Joseph Health System

All proceeds from the evening benefit The Wooden Floor. Private community support accounts for 90 percent of The Wooden Floor’s funding, and enables its year-round programs to be offered free of charge.

About the Venue

The Wooden Floor
1810 North Main Street, Santa Ana, CA 92706

Broadway on Tour Presents: Annie

October 9th - October 24th, 2010

Annie is a spunky orphan determined to find her parents, who abandoned her years ago on the doorstep of a New York City Orphanage run by the cruel, Miss Hannigan. Annie befriends President Franklin Delano Roosevelt and finds a new family and home with billionaire Oliver Warbucks and his personal secretary Grace Farrell.

Finally available after years of national touring, BOT is glad to be able to present again one of our all-time favorite musicals. The full two hour Broadway version performed in two acts with a 15 minute intermission. Suitable for the whole family.

How Much : Children and Seniors - $10.00, Adults - $12.00

Additional Information :

Saturdays: October 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th at 2:00pm
Saturday: October 23rd at 7:30pm
Sundays: October 10th,17th,24th at 2:00pm

About the Venue

Broadway On Tour
625 French Street, Santa Ana, CA 92701

Theatre Out Presents: Boys Will Be Boys

October 15th, 2010 - November 20th, 2010

Poor Ishmael suffers from Gay Attention Deficit Disorder, a condition that renders some gay men unable to stay focused on any trend for more than a few weeks. Five of Ish’s friends skip to the rescue with a delicious musical “fun-raiser” to benefit The Ishmael Gonzalez Fund to Fight Gay- D.D. In this hilarious, intimate evening, the performers expose themselves and their views on love, the challenges of contemporary gay life, and the essential fabulosity of being gay.

How Much : Adult - $25.00, Student - $15.00

Fridays and Saturdays @ 8:00 pm
Select Thursdays @ 8:00 pm
Select Sundays @ 2:00 pm

About the Venue


202 North Broadway, Santa Ana, CA 92701

Orange County Center for Contemporary Art's 30th Year Anniversary Show

October 14th, 2010 - November 27th, 2010

This year OCCCA is entering its 30th year and to celebrate this historic event we are devoting two months to showcase and reunite our past and present members. We invite you the OCCCA alumni to participate.

We have a proud history of providing cutting edge thought provoking shows and showcasing a diverse range of art from hundreds of talented artists from around the world. We could not have made it this far without you.

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About the Venue

Orange County Center For Contemporary Art
117 North Sycamore, Santa Ana CA 92701

13th Annual Award-Winning Historical Cemetery Tour - Strangers in a Strange Land: Immigrants Who Shaped OC

Saturday, October 23rd, 10:00am - 3:00pm

Sponsored by the Santa Ana Historical Preservation Society. Dating back to the 1800s, settlers came to the Santa Ana Valley from far and wide—including émigrés from dozens of countries. English, Dutch, Canadian, Mexican, Japanese, German, Chinese, and more came to share in the prosperity of California . Strangers in the unfamiliar melting pot of American society, these immigrants contributed to the success of the county. Come hear costumed actors share the stories of people who shaped a truly “international” Orange County.

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Fairhaven Memorial Park
1702 Fairhaven Avenue, Santa Ana, CA
(714) 633-1442

About the Venue

No additional venue information at this time.

Grand Central Art Center Exhibition: Joe Sorren - Interruption

November 6th, 2010 - January 2nd, 2010

Joe Sorren is a young, Arizona-based illustrator turned painter. In 1995, he had his first LA solo exhibition at Kantor Gallery. In 1997 he won a gold medal at the prestigious Society of Illustrators annual competition, New York and won a gold medal at the Society of Illustrators competition, Los Angeles in 1998. His illustrations have appeared in the New Yorker, Time Magazine, Atlantic Monthly and Rolling Stone. His paintings resemble expressively painted children's book illustrations; they are mostly cheery with a slight edge or suggestion of unrest, discontentment or mischief.

It is Joe Sorren’s first museum retrospective featuring 10 new paintings and 8 sculptures made in conjunction with sculptor Jud Bergeron. A subsequent book entitled, “Interruption,” will also be relased with the show.

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Exhibit ends January 2nd, 2011
Joe Sorren : Paintings
Joe Sorren and Jud Bergeron : Collaborative Sculpture

About the Venue

Grand Central Art Center
125 North Broadway, Santa Ana, CA 92701

Bowers Museum: Benjamin Franklin - In Search of a Better World

Saturday, December 18th 2010, 10:00am

Featuring seventy-five rare and important artifacts from Franklin’s life, this exhibition is an immersive, interactive visitor experience for all ages. The exhibition presents the stories of Franklin’s life through his personal belongings used during his early years in Boston as a rebellious teenager, during his life as a printer and during his years of service to the American colonies and the newly formed United States. A scientist, inventor, diplomat, humorist, philanthropist and entrepreneur, Franklin’s dynamism comes to life further through hands-on and interactive activities and animations geared toward a school-aged audience.

How Much : Adult - $12.00; Senior(Age 62 or Older)/Students/Children(6-17) - $9.00; Children under 6 - Free

Additional Information :

Exhibition throught March 13th, 2011

About the Venue

Bowers Museum
2002 North Main Street, Santa Ana, CA 92706

Bowers Museum Exhibition: Ito Jakuchu: A Man with No Age - Masterpieces from the Price Collection

April 16th, 2011 - July 10th, 2011

Exquisite and engaging, the scroll and screen paintings of Ito Jakuchu from the prestigious Price Collection have drawn crowds of over 1 million to the Tokyo National Museum. The Bowers Museum is proud to host this important exhibition in conjunction with the county wide JapanOC festival.

The outstanding Japanese screen and scroll paintings from the Etsuko and Joe Price Collection experienced immense success as a traveling exhibition in 2006-2007, attracting over one million viewers. For the first time in the United States, a new exhibit is set to introduce you to one of the Price Collection’s greatest assets – a man considered by many to be one of the greatest artists that ever lived, yet known by very few outside of Japan. His name is Ito Jakuchu. Born in Japan in 1715, he lived as a vegetable seller and a Buddhist monk, all the while living a life devoted to illuminating the beauty of nature with the magical stroke of the artist’s brush. But Jakuchu took his brush beyond just skill, making him different from all others. His works are diverse and so coupled with the heart of nature that they have an ageless quality and appeal to people from all walks of life – no scholarly explanations needed. Jakuchu’s paintings have left their mark, a stroke far beyond the capabilities of ordinary men.

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Exhibit through July 17th, 2011
Museum Hours: Tuesday - Sunday
10:00am - 4:00pm

About the Venue

Bowers Museum
2002 North Main Street, Santa Ana, CA 92706

Heritage Museum Presents: Family Holiday Music Festival

Sunday, May 22nd, 2011

Featuring Bluegrass, Folk & Americana
And Lots of Food and Family Activities

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About the Venue

Heritage Museum of Orange County
3101 West Harvard Street, Santa Ana, CA 92704

WaterWorks: Soak Up the Science at the Discovery Science Center

May 20th, 2011 - September 11th, 2011

The wonders of water will WOW you at WaterWorks: Soak Up the Science – a new special exhibition that will be making a splash at Discovery Science Center. Immerse yourself in stimulating, hands-on learning experiences that will quench your thirst for the playful, powerful and precious world of water.

How Much : Adult - $12.95, Child - $9.95

Additional Information :

Hours
Monday - Saturday: 10:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday: 11:00am - 5:00pm

About the Venue

Discovery Science Center
2500 North Main Street, Santa Ana, CA 92705