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Mar
26
Tue
20th Anniversary Special at Bayside Restaurant @ Bayside Restaurant Tickets
Mar 26 – Nov 30 all-day
20th Anniversary Special at Bayside Restaurant @ Bayside Restaurant | Newport Beach | California | United States

Bayside Restaurant is celebrating 20 years of business, and we invite you to join the celebration! As a thank you for your support, Bayside is offering a special anniversary menu running until the end of November. For just $20, enjoy a glass of wine (Rodney Strong Chardonnay or Cabernet) paired with your choice of New York steak, yellowfin tuna tataki, or shrimp scampi, while enjoying live entertainment from local musicians every night. Menu items are subject to change. For more information, visit www.baysiderestaurant.com.

 

May
1
Wed
“Flirting With Abstraction” Featuring Anna Kincaide + Matt Devine @ JoAnne Artman Gallery Tickets
May 1 – Jun 30 all-day
“Flirting With Abstraction” Featuring Anna Kincaide + Matt Devine @ JoAnne Artman Gallery | Laguna Beach | California | United States

Exploring the limitations and boundaries of accurate representation, JoAnne Artman Gallery is proud to present Flirting with Abstraction. Referring to the break-up of realism, this dual exhibition brings together artists Anna Kincaide and Matt Devine, who have used the language of abstraction to express ideas and emotions through the creation and destruction of conventional line, scale, and form. Anchored by Kincaide’s stylized figurative painting and Devine’s geometric sculpture, this pairing of recent works juxtaposes the different subject matters and materials to reveal the possibilities of abstraction through organic forms.

Breaking from the historical canon of abstract painting, Kincaide emphasizes the hidden, internal landscape of her figures. Through control and spontaneous disruption, she conveys texture, design, and abstraction through her painted flora. A strong advocate of structurally applied color, her work explores anonymity and transformation. Incorporating elements of fashion photography and contemporary socio-cultural emblems of status and identity, her figures define the separation between body and mind. Bursting forth with florals, Kincaide’s figures showcase the idea of ambiguity between our bodies, identities, and thoughts.

Recognized for his primary colors and curvature, Matt Devine’s organic forms contribute to his signature sculptural style of harmonious contradictions. Distilling pared-down compositions from industrial materials, Matt Devine coyly flirts with geometric abstraction while recording the modern world around him. Sculpting in steel, aluminum and bronze, his sculptures stand in perfect balance as they convey a feeling of aerial lightness that contrasts the materials they are made with. Transforming raw material into patterned shapes, Devine’s controlled manipulation of space reveals the contrasts of nature and industry, light and shadow, and chaos and order.

 

Visit the website for additional information.

May
23
Thu
Musco Center for the Arts Presents Its Fourth Annual ‘Heartbeat of Mexico’ Festival @ Musco Center for the Arts, Chapman University Tickets
May 23 all-day
Musco Center for the Arts Presents Its Fourth Annual 'Heartbeat of Mexico' Festival @ Musco Center for the Arts, Chapman University

From the brightest minds in the field of Mexican cultural studies to the brightest stars in the world of Latin entertainment, the Musco Center for the Art’s Fourth Annual Heartbeat of Mexico Festival will offer a greatly expanded cast and calendar on the Chapman University campus in Orange over Memorial Weekend, May 23-26, 2019.

The Festival, which last year drew more than 7,500 people to the Musco Center and Aitken Arts Plaza at Chapman University, expands from two to three days in 2019, with superstar duo Jesse & Joy, the iconic Alicia Villarreal, and Lupillo Rivera performing with Mariachi. In addition to the six-week “Big Ideas: Culture and Conversation” series, free events include a new celebration of Ballet Folklórico on Saturday and a large-scale family-friendly community outdoor festival on Sunday. Heartbeat of Mexico is co-produced by Musco Center Senior Director David Leavenworth.

Free; tickets for headlining performances start at $35 to $45. Visit the website for additional information.

Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse Hosts Spirits Pop-Up with Blinking Owl Distillery @ Davio's Northern Italian Steakhouse Tickets
May 23 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Davio's Northern Italian Steakhouse Hosts Spirits Pop-Up with Blinking Owl Distillery @ Davio's Northern Italian Steakhouse | Irvine | California | United States

Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse has announced their new Spirits Pop-Up Series. Each month, the restaurant and a local distillery will offer exclusive specialty craft cocktails alongside a selection of one-of-a-kind bar bites prepared, by Davio’s executive chef, Istvan Toth to pair perfectly with the evening’s libations. The event kicking off the series will be hosted on Thursday, May 23 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. with Orange County’s first craft distillery, Blinking Owl and special guest and spirits enthusiast, Andrew Aoun.

Featured Cocktails will include:
• Vesper: Blinking Owl Gin/ Blinking Owl Vodka/ Lillet Blanc
• Organic Orange Mule (pictured): Blinking Owl OC Orange Vodka/ Fever Tree Ginger Beer/ Lime Juice
• Cucumber Collins: Blinking Owl Aquavit/ Fresh Lemon Juice/ Simple Syrup/ Muddled Cucumber Slices/ Pinch of Salt/ Soda Water

Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse is located at 18420 Von Karman Avenue, Irvine, CA 92612. Lunch and dinner reservations are recommended, although walk-ins are welcome, and may be made by phone 949.477.4810 or online. To keep up with Davio’s Irvine events and happenings follow @daviosrestaurant on Instagram.

Creating Our Own World Where We Belong @ Laguna Art Museum Tickets
May 23 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Creating Our Own World Where We Belong @ Laguna Art Museum | Laguna Beach | California | United States

Victor Hugo Viesca, Cal State Los Angeles professor and co-producer of the Self-Help Graphics oral history project, gives a talk entitled “Creating Our Own World Where We Belong: The Cultural Value of Self-Help Graphics & Art” in conjunction with the current exhibition, “Self-Help Graphics, 1983-1991.”

Included with admission. Advance tickets are recommended. Visit the website for additional information.

The Cultural Value of Self-Help Graphics & Art @ Laguna Art Museum Tickets
May 23 @ 6:00 pm – 6:15 pm
The Cultural Value of Self-Help Graphics & Art @ Laguna Art Museum | Laguna Beach | California | United States

Victor Hugo Viesca, Cal State Los Angeles professor and co-producer of the Self-Help Graphics oral history project, gives a talk entitled Creating Our Own World Where We Belong: The Cultural Value of Self-Help Graphics & Art in conjunction with the current exhibition.

Included with admission. Advance tickets are recommended.

May
24
Fri
Musco Center for the Arts Presents Its Fourth Annual ‘Heartbeat of Mexico’ Festival @ Musco Center for the Arts, Chapman University Tickets
May 24 all-day
Musco Center for the Arts Presents Its Fourth Annual 'Heartbeat of Mexico' Festival @ Musco Center for the Arts, Chapman University

From the brightest minds in the field of Mexican cultural studies to the brightest stars in the world of Latin entertainment, the Musco Center for the Art’s Fourth Annual Heartbeat of Mexico Festival will offer a greatly expanded cast and calendar on the Chapman University campus in Orange over Memorial Weekend, May 23-26, 2019.

The Festival, which last year drew more than 7,500 people to the Musco Center and Aitken Arts Plaza at Chapman University, expands from two to three days in 2019, with superstar duo Jesse & Joy, the iconic Alicia Villarreal, and Lupillo Rivera performing with Mariachi. In addition to the six-week “Big Ideas: Culture and Conversation” series, free events include a new celebration of Ballet Folklórico on Saturday and a large-scale family-friendly community outdoor festival on Sunday. Heartbeat of Mexico is co-produced by Musco Center Senior Director David Leavenworth.

Free; tickets for headlining performances start at $35 to $45. Visit the website for additional information.

May
25
Sat
Musco Center for the Arts Presents Its Fourth Annual ‘Heartbeat of Mexico’ Festival @ Musco Center for the Arts, Chapman University Tickets
May 25 all-day
Musco Center for the Arts Presents Its Fourth Annual 'Heartbeat of Mexico' Festival @ Musco Center for the Arts, Chapman University

From the brightest minds in the field of Mexican cultural studies to the brightest stars in the world of Latin entertainment, the Musco Center for the Art’s Fourth Annual Heartbeat of Mexico Festival will offer a greatly expanded cast and calendar on the Chapman University campus in Orange over Memorial Weekend, May 23-26, 2019.

The Festival, which last year drew more than 7,500 people to the Musco Center and Aitken Arts Plaza at Chapman University, expands from two to three days in 2019, with superstar duo Jesse & Joy, the iconic Alicia Villarreal, and Lupillo Rivera performing with Mariachi. In addition to the six-week “Big Ideas: Culture and Conversation” series, free events include a new celebration of Ballet Folklórico on Saturday and a large-scale family-friendly community outdoor festival on Sunday. Heartbeat of Mexico is co-produced by Musco Center Senior Director David Leavenworth.

Free; tickets for headlining performances start at $35 to $45. Visit the website for additional information.

LagunaPalooza Concert for Charity @ Hotel Seven4one Tickets
May 25 @ 4:00 pm – 11:00 pm
LagunaPalooza Concert for Charity @ Hotel Seven4one | Laguna Beach | California | United States

The first annual LagunaPalooza Concert for Charity will feature live music by American Idol Contestant Andrew Bloom, an open bar, gourmet cuisine, silent auction items and other special entertainment to raise funds for nonprofit Waymakers’ Laguna Beach Youth Shelter and the National 9-99 Police and Sheriff Foundation.

El Gran Festival De Musica Cubana @ Segerstrom Center for the Arts Tickets
May 25 @ 7:30 pm – 11:30 pm
El Gran Festival De Musica Cubana @ Segerstrom Center for the Arts | Costa Mesa | California | United States

El Gran Festival de Musica Cubana is a celebration of the best in traditional Cuban music and culture. This gathering features a unique collection of some of its best known performers, including legends from the past and future stars.

Bringing you hours of music from stars like Juan De Marcos, the architect of Buena Vista Social Club and Afro Cuban All-Stars, along with famed Cuban band ¡Cubanismo!. These three bands have been instrumental in bringing Cuban music to the world.

Former members of Buena Vista Social Club, Barbarito Torres, Jesus Aguaje Ramos, and Eliades Ochoa, come together for a special reunion which includes Ibrahim Ferrer Jr., son of the iconic Cuban singer. This all star line-up of Cuba’s most celebrated artists ensures that the music lives on.

Visit the website for additional information.