July 09, 2010
  • Stefan Kurten, Songs to Save Your Life at the Rohrer Fine Art.
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Laguna Art Museum

307 Cliff Drive

(949) 494-8971

Open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, extended hours to 9 p.m. Thursday and Saturday. Admission is $15 for adults and $12 for seniors, students, and active military. Children younger than under 12 are admitted free. Free admission on First Thursdays Art Walk nights. Art Shack Summer Pass available.

Current show:

Art Shack: 31 California artists create architectural environments. Also, "Artists in California, Early Twentieth Century," select works from Northern and Southern California artists; and "Mud Houses and Bird Shacks," Laguna Beach dwellings interpreted by Festival of Arts students.Special events:

1 p.m. Sunday, July 18: "Build Your Own Art Shack" workshop for kids with Jason Maloney. Students K-8 are invited to a workshop in conjunction with the current exhibition Art Shack. Learn the art of shack-making from Hurley resident artist and Art Shack artist Jason Maloney and take home your very own mini art shack. $25 materials fee. For more information, contact Jackie Bunge at (949) 494-8971, ext. x207.




Laguna Canyon Artists

3251 Laguna Canyon Road

Laguna College of Art & Design

2222 Laguna Canyon Road

(949) 376-6000

Gallery hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday; 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Admission free.

Student Summer Exhibition.

[seven-degrees] gallery

891 Laguna Canyon Road

(949) 376-1555

Presenting artists Patrick Moran, Al Esquerra and Sian Poeschl. Featured in the front gallery, artist Angela de Reis.

Southern California Artists Assn.

3251 Laguna Canyon Road F3

(949) 715-6767

Stara d' Arts Gallery/Showroom

3305 Laguna Canyon Road

(949) 376-9800

Hand-picked artifacts from around the globe.



484 North Gallery

484 N. Coast Hwy.

(949) 715-4578

Open daily, noon to 6 p.m.

210 AR4T — Artists Republic for Tomorrow

210 N. Coast Hwy.

Multi-media gallery featuring fine art from the world of youth culture.

"Fast Company," a solo show by Carl E. Smith.

Arin Contemporary Art

350-352 N. Coast Hwy.

Peter Fox, "Burst," and Charlotta Westergren, "The Fate of Vegetable Money."

Gallery McCollum

206 N. Coast Hwy.

(949) 497-4027

Sue Greenwood Fine Art

330 N. Coast Hwy.

(949) 494-0669

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