Art

  • CCA Envision Theatre Arts to present 'Into the Woods'

    CCA Envision Theatre Arts to present 'Into the Woods'

    Canyon Crest Academy Envision Theatre Arts to show "Into the Woods" Dec. 8 - 16.

  • Oct. 26: Event briefs

    Oct. 26: Event briefs

    Viewpoints presents FBI Special Agent Daron W. Borst, a 19-year-veteran of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), will be the guest speaker at the Oct. 29 Village Viewpoints event at the Village Church in Rancho Santa Fe. Join Village Viewpoints for this event as Borst shares his experience...

  • Oct. 19: Event briefs

    Oct. 19: Event briefs

    Author Ken Blanchard presents ‘Great Life, Great Leadership’ Oct. 22 at the Village Church Ken Blanchard, author of the One Minute Manager, is speaking at the Village Church of Rancho Santa Fe this Sunday, Oct. 22, at noon. A prominent speaker and author, he has coauthored more than 60 books with...

  • Review: Amazing 10-year-old leads in SDMT’s magnificent ‘Billy Elliot’

    Review: Amazing 10-year-old leads in SDMT’s magnificent ‘Billy Elliot’

    As a film critic of more than 25 years I can still say the 2000 movie of “Billy Elliot” remains on my top 25. It was nominated for three Oscars, 158 other awards received and 61 nominations. I was extremely excited to learn San Diego Musical Theater was staging “Billy Elliot the Musical.” The San...

  • San Diego Film Festival opens with 'Marshall', a film with Rancho Santa Fe connections

    San Diego Film Festival opens with 'Marshall', a film with Rancho Santa Fe connections

    In the film industry, it’s all about who you know. Rancho Santa Fe women in film Lena Evans, Annette Caton and May Zawaideh rely on their friendships built on loyalty and trust to create successful projects and grow the film scene in San Diego. Caton and Evans, two longtime industry veterans, were...

  • Novel brings World War II-era London into sharp reality for readers

    Novel brings World War II-era London into sharp reality for readers

    Growing up in London, Chris Cleave watched movies about World War II featuring heroic, square-jawed British characters. But as he conducted research for a novel set during the London Blitz of 1940-41, he realized the movies had gotten quite a bit wrong. “They were scared at first,” he said of his...

  • Rancho Santa Fe Art Guild to hold exhibit and reception March 30

    Rancho Santa Fe Art Guild to hold exhibit and reception March 30

    The Rancho Santa Art Guild recently announced it will hold art exhibits in the RSF Library every two months during 2017. It is a wonderful opportunity for the artists to gather and exhibit their art for the local residents. The first evening reception will be held Thursday, March 30, 5-7 p.m....

  • 'Dodge City' author to speak at Rancho Santa Fe Library March 13

    'Dodge City' author to speak at Rancho Santa Fe Library March 13

    Wyatt Earp and Bat Masterson are two of the most famous names from the history of the American West. As lawmen and adventurers, they sought to bring a measure of order to frontier towns known for chaos and killings. A new book, “Dodge City,” tells the story of how Earp and Masterson met and put...

  • Rancho Santa Fe School to create strategic plan for arts program

    Rancho Santa Fe School to create strategic plan for arts program

    The Rancho Santa Fe School District will move forward on developing a strategic plan for enriching its visual and performing arts curriculum, approving a contract with independent consultant Ashley Adams at its March 2 meeting. The RSF School District board unanimously approved a $9,000 contract...

  • Rancho Santa Fe resident named a Presidential Scholar in the Arts candidate

    Rancho Santa Fe resident named a Presidential Scholar in the Arts candidate

    Canyon Crest Academy student and RSF resident Jayden Gillespie has been named one of 60 Presidential Scholar in the Arts candidates in 2017. The candidates were nominated from over 11,000 participants in the annual YoungArts competition conducted by the National YoungArts Foundation. If named a...

  • Tenoré to perform at Community Concerts event in Rancho Santa Fe

    Tenoré to perform at Community Concerts event in Rancho Santa Fe

    Community Concerts of RSF (CCRSF) kicked off its17th season recently in grand style with a fabulous and uplifting concert with crooner George Bugatti. Only weeks later CCRSF is presenting the trio of tenors, Tenoré, on Friday, Nov. 11. Tenoré is an award-winning classic tenor pop/op trio. They...

  • Rancho Santa Fe's Susan McRea teaches yoga, plays drums at 61

    It’s not hard to center yourself when practicing yoga at the Birdwing Open Air Classroom along the San Dieguito Lagoon. That’s where Rancho Santa Fe resident Susan McCrea teaches a monthly yoga class through the San Dieguito River Valley Conservancy, a nonprofit dedicated to sustaining the natural...

  • Rancho Santa Fe Library Guild benefits from donated Churchill items

    An anonymous donation of Winston Churchill memorabilia to the Rancho Santa Fe Library Guild was able to fetch $1,575 for the nonprofit in an auction. Recognizing the value of the items and getting them to an auction was made possible through the efforts of community volunteers. “It’s really exciting,”...

  • Community Theater to hold auditions for comedy ‘Harvey’

    The Village Church Community Theater in Rancho Santa Fe recently announced auditions for the Pulitzer Prize-winning dramatic comedy “Harvey,” by Mary Chase. Auditions will be held on Monday, Aug. 15, from 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. and Tuesday, Aug.16, from 6 - 8 p.m. at The Village Church, 6225 Paseo Delicias,...

  • Gallery to exhibit six contemporary Latino artists

    Gallery to exhibit six contemporary Latino artists

    Sergott Contemporary Art in Rancho Santa Fe is hosting “Neo-Kitsch: A New Old Latin America,” an exhibition presenting six Latin American artists who use kitsch objects and symbols to refer to the colonial, social, cultural and political history of Latin America past and present. Kitsch is often...

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