The exhibit Treasures from the Scripps Collection will be shown at the Qualcomm Headquarters as a part of their Earth Week Celebrations.
The Mission Hills Wine Cellar will be hosting a four day exhibit of the Treasures from the Scripps Collections exhibit, with an opening reception scheduled for Saturday, June 1, 2019. Open to the public.
Join Oriana at JuneShine for an exhibition of underwater photography. Oriana will be showing fifteen images from her Pacific Dreamstates series at Juneshine, the world's first hard kombucha bar. These photographs are all made while freediving with a Nikonos camera and 35mm film, and offer a unique perspective from underneath the surface of our local waters. Prints will also be available for purchase. This event is free to attend and open to the public. Come support local artists and stay for the locally brewed hard kombucha!
BONUS: Hakuna Wear will be doing a pop-up during the show, come check out their stay-put wetsuits and swimwear! AND we've got a pile of some of the last copies of Sea Together Magazine Issue 001 available for sale as well.
We exist to be a creative light in the community through art + music. Join us Friday night for an evening of local artist and be inspired by either the art, music or conversations! Kids are welcome so bring your whole crew and we will have interactive art for the kids.
National Geographic produced a four episode mini-series, San Diego in the Spotlight, covering all the things that make San Diego the amazing city it is.
Oriana is featured in Episode 4, City of Diversity, which airs nationally on the National Geographic Channel on Thursday 11/8 at 4pm PST, and Saturday 11/10 at 6am PST.
The San Diego Tourism Authority is hosting a viewing party for Episode 4 at Stone Brewing in Liberty Station on Thursday 11/8 from 7-8pm PST. Hope to see you there!
Additional information from the San Diego Tourism Authority and coverage from San Diego Union Tribune and ABC10.
You can watch episodes online after they air at National Geographic TV.
A sneak peek of Episode 4 is available here on National Geographic TV’s Facebook page.
The goal of S3 is to provide a platform for Scripps graduate students to present and discuss their research with colleagues from all curricular groups, to foster interdisciplinary collaboration amongst the student population, and to introduce the new first-years to the wide variety of research Scripps has to offer. The presentations should be designed to be understandable not just to specific fields, but to the broader Scripps community.
Thanks to all the folks who joined us to celebrate the San Diego launch of Sea Together Magazine, hosted at Juneshine in North Park! Read about the event on the Sea Together blog here.
Oriana will be showing some of her work alongside three other contributors to Issue 001 -- Corina Rose Barnick, Maggie Higgins, and Megan Barrett, while Brooke Gudenau will be doing a live surf painting. The Aloha Collection and Psychedelic Honey will be doing a pop-up, and Kirby Ai will be playing a live set. Sea Together will also be raffling off goods from Manda, The Aloha Collection, Psychedelic Honey, and Leap Coffee, along with a surfboard from Foamy surf!
Oriana was one of six invited panelists to speak at this Behind the Scenes event at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Other panelists included Kelly Fukushima (commerical fisherman, FV Three Boys), Dr. Heidi Dewar (NOAA SWFSC), Dr. Jen Smith (SIO), Samantha Murray, JD (SIO), and Chef Davin Waite (Wrench & Rodent Seabasstropub). The event was covered by the San Diego Union Tribune, with photographs below by Sam Wells of Chef Epic.
A drone pilot, free diver, and film enthusiast are teaming up to bring a multi-varied perspective on the coast to the Misfit Gallery on Pearl. Sponsored by Karl Strauss.
Oriana Poindexter [BELOW] - California and Baja from below with the Nikonos iii
Laura Walsh [SEA LEVEL] - California and Baja landscapes on 35 mm film with the Contax T2
Shayna Brody [ABOVE] - Coastlines from above with a Phantom 4 Pro drone
Opening Reception: August 23, 2018 from 5:30-9PM
Closing Reception: September 8, 2018 from 5-8PM
The exhibit will be on display through September 10, 2018
Join us for this exciting evening of live presentations and lively conversations. A curated selection of five local visual storytellers—photographers, filmmakers, and multimedia producers—will share their projects in an interactive, supportive, and dynamic format. Audience members are encouraged to give feedback and ask questions of the presenters, both formally and in a social setting.
Open Show #9 presenters are:
• Larry Caveney
• Audra Jessup
• Oriana Poindexter
• Gabriella Muttone
• Cy Kuckenbaker
The schedule for the evening is as follows:
6:00–6:30 pm in the Atrium: Check in, view MOPA exhibition, meet the Open Show artists
6:30–8:15 pm in the Theater: Open Show presentations by the 5 artists (15-minutes each), with raffle prizes between each presenter
8:15–9:00 pm in the Atrium: mingle with the artists
General admission tickets are $10.
Student tickets are $3 (buy your ticket here, but be sure to bring your student ID to the event).
Free to current MOPA members (get your ticket here, but be sure to bring your MOPA membership card to the event).