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Orange Taco: Celebrating the Taco Lifestyle in Orange County

It’s A Live Art Show ~ Santa Ana

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Ad Arts Building ~ 1058 E. First St. ~ Santa Ana ~ CA

Old building made new again, in Santa Ana, CA. Bringing the Ad Arts back to life…
Art shows first Sat of every month! June will be our fourth show.

All art created live along with an open mic!

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Arts In The Park ~ Costa Mesa

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Estancia Park ~ Costa Mesa

Arts In The Park, sponsored by the Costa Mesa Cultural Arts Committee, feautured live mural painting, face painting, a costume booth, live music from the All American Boys Chorus, and more on a sunny day in May. Artists painted wooden panels for the City of Costa Mesa’s 60th Anniversary celebration starting on Friday, June 28th.

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Newport Beach Film Festival ~ Opening Night

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Newport Beach Film Festival ~ April 25th – May 2nd ~ Newport Beach

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CDA ~ Anaheim Convention Center

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California Dental Association ~ The Art & Science of Dentistry ~ Anaheim Convention Center ~ Anaheim ~ CA

James Worthy, NBA Hall of Fame LAKER, was signing autographs at the California Dental Association’s annual super-conference in Anaheim. If you have ever wondered all there is to know about dentistry, this is the convention for you. Find Lakers, free pens and toothpaste, drilling demonstrations and even wine tasting. The “Barcelona On The Go” food truck, known to serve a mighty tortilla española, was parked out front for Friday’s “Party In The Plaza”. As one would expect from a group dedicated to bringing out your best smile, the CDA is a busy buzzing marketplace of conviviality and all the things you’d expect to find in a dental office, and then some.

The California Dental Association, more commonly known as CDA, is a non-profit organization representing dentists in California. Founded in 1870, CDA supports its members in their practices in service to their patients and the public through innovation in education, advocacy and related programs. CDA also contributes to the oral health of Californians through various comprehensive programs and advocacy. CDA’s membership consists of nearly 25,000 dentists in 32 local dental societies throughout the state, making it the largest constituent of the American Dental Association.

CDA holds its biannual convention, CDA Presents The Art and Science of Dentistry in Anaheim and San Francisco each year. The meetings, which are considered some of the largest dental conventions in the country and the largest on the west coast, offer lectures, technical exhibits and the opportunity for dental professionals to fulfill continuing education requirements. – wikipedia

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DTF Art Walk ~ First Friday ~ Fullerton

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Downtown Fullerton Art Walk ~ First Friday of Every Month ~ Fullerton

photos by Mulder

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“Less Is More” @ As Issued ~ Costa Mesa

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“LESS IS MORE” ~ Photographic Landscapes by Mason Joseph Brown ~ As Issued ~ The Lab ~ 2930 Bristol St. #A102 ~ Costa Mesa

Opening Reception: Saturday, March 2nd 7pm-10pm
On View: March 2, 2013 to March 30, 2013

As Issued will be featuring Mason Joseph Brown as he focuses his artistic energy in a fine art direction. Mason is most recognized for founding Arkitip magazine and for his creation of Cardboard Robot, a politically charged street wear apparel line that also repurposes cardboard into creative furniture designs. The collection that Mason is presenting at As Issued is partially built from his interests as a photographer, as well as his background in silk screening, manipulating both process to achieve a unique perspective. His minimalistic approach toward materialistic ideas is reflected in his work, but his complicated personality and deeply rooted beliefs makes this show one of a kind. Mason introduces this show by saying, “Less is more, the simplest things are always the ones that people remember the most. Sitting around a campfire, in water or the snow, being in nature. In the elements. Having good culinary cuisine or listening to music, being with friends and family. Generally no logos are involved. Less is truly more!” Freedom comes from being free from consumerism, and logo saturated environments. True happiness lies in the value that personal connections and natural environments bring. His work is a documentation of those experiences.

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O.C. Brew Ha Ha ~ Silverado

O.C. Brew Ha Ha ~ Oak Canyon Park ~ 5305 Santiago Canyon Road ~ Silverado

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