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Re: California art experiences

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GTBlack
Sun, 15 Nov 1998 22:11:23 EST


If you go to San Diego you have to go to Balboa Park. Great Spanish-revival
architecture from the turn of the century. It also has a large art museum and
a photography museum, which is my personal favorite. If you go on a weekend
there will be a number of street performers .... and it goes without saying,
if you come to LA you have to hit the new Getty. Olvera Street is a great
place to have lunch. The LA Central Library was remodeled a few years ago and
is absolutely wonderful ... public art pieces all around...definitely a unique
environment, not like any library I have seen before or since. Simon Rodia's
Watt's Towers is a great landmark. The LA Conservancy (sorry, don't have the
phone number) does walking tours of architectural landmarks, including some of
the old silent era movie palaces.
-Geoff Black

In a message dated 11/15/98 3:03:14 PM Pacific Standard Time,
anderson writes:

<< I would appreciate some help from West Coast art instructors...I teach art
in a small,
rural high school in central Illinois and have a wonderful new principal (a
former
band director/music instructor...supports the arts in a big way) and he is
planning a
Christmas trip to California. He plans to be in Los Angeles, San Diego and
San Francisco
and wants to see the best art available...I'd like to be able to pass on
some first hand
information. If your principal was going where would you send him (and his
family).
Thanks. Judy
>>