Fresh art at San Diego International Airport

Four new temporary art exhibits have opened at San Diego International Airport.

The Crazy Quilts exhibit by Visions Art Museum features sixteen contemporary quilt squares influenced by the popular Crazy Quilt style of the 1880s.

Other exhibits include mixed-media work created by artists from the Center for the Arts at TERI, a space designed for artists with autism and other developmental disabilities (in Terminal 2 West, through September 2012), Natural Basketry by Sue Kamin (Terminal 2 East, pre-security) and Quilting Creativity by the Mingei International Museum
Art of the People – School Outreach Program (Terminal 2 East, pre-security, through June 2012), which features African American–style quilt squares designed and constructed by students at area schools.

For more information about the arts exhibits at SAN, follow this link.

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One thought on “Fresh art at San Diego International Airport

  1. San Diego says:

    San Diego International airport is an ideal location for an arts exhibit center especially because of the many tourists that pass through this airport. The four newly established art exhibits should try and make efforts to acquire the current location at the airport as their permanent premises.

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