05.08.2014 6:00 pm
MOPA and Modern San Diego present a deeper look into Lynn G. Fayman: A Colorful Life. Enjoy a hosted reception followed by a discussion about Fayman’s contribution to San Diego art and culture, led by David Hampton, accompanied by a presentation of important and never before seen Fayman works by MOPA’s Assistant Curator Chantel Paul.
Thursday, May 8, 2014
For additional questions, contact Melissa Pfeiffer, firstname.lastname@example.org; 619.238.7559 ext. 290.
Image: Lynn G. Fayman
05.10.2014 10:00 am
Join Assistant Curator Chantel Paul for a gallery tour of Lynn G. Fayman: A Colorful Life.
A Colorful Life, celebrates the life and legacy of San Diego photographer Lynn G. Fayman. Assistant Curator, Chantel Paul will share details about curating this exhibition and discovering more about Lynn G. Fayman. She will be joined by special guest, Dave Hampton, who will talk about Fayman's involvement as an instrumental figure in the art community in San Diego for more than 20 years. The exhibition includes the photography, film, and publications Fayman created during his life. This event is free with general Museum admission.
Saturday, May 10th at 10 and 11AM at MOPA. Free with Museum admission.
RSVP with your preferred time (10AM or 11AM) to MOPA Membership Coordinator, Angela Venuti, at email@example.com or 619.238.7559 x202.
Image: Lynn G. Fayman
05.18.2014 10:00 am
The Museum of Photographic Arts has partnered with Japan Film Festival Los Angeles to present cutting‐edge, original films depicting authentic representations of contemporary Japan as a way of strengthening the general understanding of Japanese culture.
Single film admission: $10 advance, $12 at the door
For ticket purchases, please visit www.jffla.org
10:00 am - The Promise: Prenatal Memories of Children
Dir. Norio Ogikubo / 114 min. / Japanese with English subtitles
12:30 pm - Tenshin
Dir. Katsuya Matsumura / Japanese with English subtitles
3:00 pm - Pecoross' Mother and Her Days
Dir. Azuma Mprosaki / 113 min. / Japanese with English subtitles
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05.29.2014 5:00 pm
Looking for something new and different to do this Summer? Come by MOPA for our Summer Remix Thursday nights. Each Thursday (with a few exceptions), we will stay open until 9 p.m. and feature a mix of entertainment. Plus, as in recent years, MOPA is partnering with The Prado to bring you a special dinner package.
05.29.2014 7:00 pm
In the genre of landscape photography, no one artist is more well known and influential than Ansel Adams, especially his images of America’s National Parks. Join us for a discussion about Adams’ legacy in this iconic landscape and the contemporary photographers featured in After Ansel Adams who are realizing their own visions in these places. The conversation will be between MOPA’s Assistant Curator, Chantel Paul, and Rebecca Senf, Norton Family Curator of Photography at Center for Creative Photography in Tucson, where Adams’ archive is housed. This promises to be an intimate look into the history and present state of landscape photography, with opportunity for Q&A following the discussion.
Thursday, May 29, 2014