Art comes out at night at OMA

OCEANSIDE — Responding to the exhibition “Enviroscapes: Jen Trute Retrospective,” the Oceanside Museum of Art’s next Art After Dark will echo the environmentally-minded subject matter of Jen Trute’s surrealist paintings. Immerse yourself in an ecologically-inspired utopian wonderland including live music, live artwork, interactive art areas and more.Come enjoy “Ecotopia,” 7 to 10 p.m. Jan. 25, which will feature music by Fleetwood Max and DJ Mongo, a terrarium installation from Pigment of San Diego, environment friendly furniture from Sage In Design and local eco-artists Rodney McCoubrey and Paul Uglow creating sculptures from recycled materials.

Visitors can enter for the chance to win the finished works of live artists Gloria ‘Glow’ Muriel and Miguel Angel Godoy. They can also create an enviroscape in the New Village Arts Foundry’s interactive art area.

Enjoy craft beer and specialty wine with light appetizers from local artisans promoting the farm-to-table philosophy and local sustainability.

In 2013, guests will enjoy a new admission price of $10 for OMA members or $20 for nonmembers. This price includes complimentary appetizers and one drink ticket, with additional tickets available for purchase. Visit oma-online.org or call (760) 435-3721 for reservations, or get tickets at the door the night of the event. OMA invites guests 21+ to attend Art After Dark.

 

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