La Jolla luminaries shine at art and fashion events
ARTS Center empowerment student Inocente poses with the cow she painted for La Jolla’s Cow Parade. Philanthropist Malin Burnham bought the cow and gave it back to ARTS.
The Art Meets Fashion project brought a new kind of runway to Terminal 2 at the San Diego International Airport on April 28 — a fashion show featuring the creations of 11 teams of artists and designers. Among the VIPs were a number of La Jollans, including 14-year-old Dagmar Bjork, who is already a professional model and jewelry designer. The First Friday event on May 6 drew hundreds of spectators to NTC Promenade at Liberty Station in Point Loma for a second showing of Art Meets Fashion designs and an open house at some of the 37 galleries that now call NTC home, including
Visions Art Museum. Once again, artists and designers who live and work in La Jolla were on display.
— Lonnie Burstein Hewitt
- Art and Wine Festival a treat for the senses
- Kyoto Scholarship gala shines a spotlight on human achievements
- Soroptimist luncheon shines spotlight on women helping women
- La Jolla Playhouse supporters and stars shine at 2011 Gala
- Wine-tasting event nets funds for La Jolla High
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on May 20, 2011. Filed under Life
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