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Barracks 26: California State Parks
Celebrate State Parks month with a two artist show: Eric Lowenbach, a Getty Images landscape and wildlife photographer, will share pieces that communicate his reverence for nature and showcase California’s State Parks. Joan Sullivan will be featured in our inaugural virtual art exhibit. Her vibrant watercolors of California State Parks historic sites will be presented in a slideshow on our 45” screen.

Building 175 Dance Place San Diego
Malashock Dance features excerpts from SNAKESKIN, an original evening-length dance drama being told through folk-rock song, instrumental music, and breathtaking choreography.

Barracks 19
Bravo School of Art:OUR LIVES WEAVE THROUGH IT: Student Weaving Explorations. Telling stories or just for play, these simple tactile pieces reflect our varied lives. Tapestries, samplers as wall hangings. Michelle Greer • Lisa Bolender • Carlee Gerardi • Tiffany Keesey • Stacey Winters • Instructor Lauren Becker Downey. Register for an art class and see instructor demonstrations.

M Fischbeck Studio Gallery: Around Town paintings from San Diego locations. Florals by Pam Robinson, Petals on the Point. Make Your Mark for Art community painting: The Presidio.

June Rubin Studio: Blue Suede Shoes - a whimsical artistic homage to Elvis Presely For all those who loved Elvis’ music including my father. Meet the Artist!

Barracks 17 and Barracks 17 Plaza

Studio C
San Diego Creative and Performing Arts High School Senior Exhibit

Barracks 16
Casa Valencia Galeria Baja will be exhibiting the emerging artists nominated for the SD Art Prize 2015: New Contemporaries VIII. Celebrate the talent of 12 innovative young artists.

San Diego Writers Ink and Inspirations Gallery: Artistic Melodies, a group show featuring San Diego artists who have created artwork inspired by your favorite musicians, songs or ditties.

San Diego Brain Injury Foundation: Janine Kelley did corporate interior designs before changing to fine jewelry. She sustained a brain injury while setting up a jewelry display. Since then she has suffered from several health issues including cancer treatments. This will be her first show in four years. She is designing an original Mother's Day line of bracelets and necklaces which are customized and very affordable.

Barbara Bates is a brain trauma survivor who overcame adversities since birth. Fifteen years ago, she was struck by a motor vehicle while riding her bike. She finds pleasure in many different forms of art from hand-made bound journals to origami boxes and books.

Womens Museum of California presents THROUGH A MOTHER'S EYE: LIFELINE WORK OF FEMINIST ARTIST, HELEN REDMAN
Helen Redman is an internationally exhibited figurative painter, mixed-media artist, and educator. Since the early 1960s, she has been creating, teaching and presenting art from a uniquely female perspective; continuously exploring body image, personal identity, and life cycle experience. Helen Redman’s series of paintings and drawings on motherhood (1962-2014) is designed to show the magnitude and variety of a prodigious journey to the other side of birth. Spanning six decades of art, each painting is a lifeline that pulls the artist and us through pregnancy, the sudden death of a young child, the birth of two more children and, later, the arrival of three grandchildren. Motherhood calls us into an ecstatic celebration of life. Through these colorful portraits, Redman serves witness to the continuous creation of what it means to become a human being.

Barracks 15

San Diego Museum Council hosts the Barona Cultural Center & Museum and Eva Salazar, Kumeyaay Basketmaker. Today, Eva makes her baskets mostly from locally-harvested wild juncus, wild deergrass, willow, sumac, and yucca. Aside from basketmaking Eva occasionally makes traditional Native American dolls, agave fiber nets, willow bark skirts, and traditionally inspired jewelry. There will be baskets and other hand-made items for sale.

Lightening Bolts, Fireworks & Shooting Stars
See the works of abstract and figure artists, and famous San Diego Super Fan Michael Richard Rosenblatt! His popup show will feature his colorful and vibrant paintings that reflect his vivacious personality and entusiam for art, sports and the community.

Visit artist including: Lauren LeVieux, Anneville Studios, Ron's Shop and more!

Barracks 14
PORTRAITS 4 ALL: Original fine art family oil painting ! California impressionist artist, Nancy Tokos, will paint in oils an affordable portrait of your lovely wife, your grandfather when he was in uniform or your little boy (featured "Seth" from a 1950's family photo). It's a lovely gift/surprise for everyone. Easy ground floor location on the northend, Barracks 14 (next to Stone Brewing & Point Loma Tea). This is a Working Artist Studio. Follow the music; acoustic guitarist outside the front door. REMEMBER: you save $$$ when buying direct from the artist. Everybody loves a portrait !

San Diego Habitat Conservancy: PAPASAN paints our conserved lands! San Diego Habitat Conservancy (SDHC) will be hosting a showing of landscape paintings created by the Plein Air Painters Association of San Diego (PAPASAN). SDHC was proud to recently host many of the best landscape painters in the region at SDHC’s preserves where they recorded their unique perspective of the lands that surround us in San Diego County.


Friday Night Liberty is a monthly first Friday evening of FREE open artist studios, galleries and events throughout NTC at Liberty Station's Arts & Cultural District.  Free parking. Free Admission.  The Freedom to explore, wander and enjoy our growing cultural campus.

Friday Night Liberty Annual Sponsors:

Bank of America


Financial support for Friday Night Liberty is provided in part to the NTC Foundation by Bank of America,, the City of San Diego Commission for Arts & Culture, the County of San Diego and The Heller Foundation of San Diego