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Forging Territories:

Queer Afro and Latinx Contemporary Art

FORGING TERRITORIES features African-American and Latinx members of the LGBTQ community pioneering in a frequently inhospitable land. It presents artists engaged in cultural storytelling that describes themselves, their friends, and their environments in striking visual ways. It is an exhibition that combines established and emerging artists with a shared queer history.

Neighborhood: Downtown

San Diego Art Institute
1439 El Prado
San Diego, CA 92101

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Date & Time

Jun 29 - ongoing
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Price

$0-$5

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Virtual Tours

Dec 17, 2020 - ongoing

Go behind the scenes with The San Diego Museum of Art docents and learn incredible details about a variety of works in the Museum collection. Each tour is live via Zoom and lasts approximately 50 minutes. Virtual docent-led tours are available across 15 topics, and at various days and times, so find the tour that is the best fit for you.

Learn more: https://www.sdmart.org/docent-tours/

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Virtual SDMA+ San Diego Ballet

May 11, 2021

Virtual SDMA+ San Diego Ballet features dynamic dance performances inspired by the art and architecture of the Museum’s May S. Marcy Sculpture Court & Garden and the Panama 66 restaurant, with original jazz compositions by Gilbert Castellanos.

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Living Room Lecture: The Fishing Link

Apr 22, 2021

Dr. Mark Sutton discusses the role of salmonids as a magnet that drew Paleoindians south along the coast and into the Americas south of the ice. Other colonization possibilities and the role of a maritime adaptation with boats are also covered.

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Living Room Lecture: Hominins, Hyenas, and Lions

May 13, 2021

The shift to increased meat consumption is one of the major adaptive changes in hominin dietary evolution and likely had important repercussions for the behavior of our early hominin ancestors. Meat-eating by hominins is well documented at Early Pleistocene (Oldowan) archaeological sites in East Africa by butchery marks on bones. While it is established that Oldowan hominins butchered mammal carcasses, there has been disagreement about whether these carcasses were hunted or scavenged, as well as disagreement about the nature of competition between hominins and large carnivores.

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Virtual Tours

Dec 17, 2020 - ongoing
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Virtual SDMA+ San Diego Ballet

May 11, 2021
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Living Room Lecture: The Fishing Link

Apr 22, 2021
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Living Room Lecture: Hominins, Hyenas, and Lions

May 13, 2021
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