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Art in the Park Celebration
March 30 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
The shimmering ocean and rolling hillsides of Crystal Cove State Park have long inspired artists to paint, write, photograph, compose, tell stories, dance, and sketch. Be it a watercolor, a dance, or a musical composition, artists from different genres continue to be inspired by the beauty of the park and the spectacular landscapes, breathtaking scenery, and abundant gifts from nature.
On Saturday, March 30 from 10am – 4pm in the Crystal Cove Historic District, come join Crystal Cove State Park and Crystal Cove Conservancy for a spring art show and Art in the Park a day filled with activities that celebrate the integration of art and nature through workshops, performances, and activities.
Schedule of Events
9:30 – 10am – Sea Glass Beach Walk meet in the Education Commons. Come walk along the shoreline with Rick as he shares tips and tricks for finding sea glass and afterwards make your own one-of-a-kind creation.
Register for the Sea Glass Beach Walk here!
10 – 10:30am – Native American Blessing with Jacque Nunez in the Education Commons. Jacque is a descendent of Crystal Cove’s local tribe, the Juaneno Band of Mission Indians, Acjachemen Nation.
10am – 3pm – Watercolor painting on the Promenade with artist Pamme Turner of the Saddleback Emeritus Institute.
10am – 4pm – Sea Glass Wrapping in the Education Commons.
10am – 4pm – Spring Art Show in Education Commons. For more details, visit here.
10am- 4pm – Bazaar in the Education Commons.
11am – 12pm – Native American Basket Weaving with Jacque Nunez at the Beaches Cottage (Cottage #13). Materials fee is $5 to the public; free to Crystal Cove Conservancy members.
11am – 12pm – Squid Dissection and Ink Art in Cottage #22. Come learn about the anatomy of a squid and use the squid’s ink sac and pen to create your own art piece.
12 – 1pm – Native American Storytelling with Jacque Nunez at the Beaches Cottage (Cottage #13).
1 – 2pm – Nature Poetry Workshop with writer Thea Gavin at Cottage #22. With the outdoors as inspiration and classroom, learn new ways of “giving voice” and connecting with nature through simple writing exercises that will combine methodical observation with wild creativity. Limited space available. Register here.
1 – 2pm – Native American Basket Weaving with Jacque Nunez at the Beaches Cottage (Cottage #13). Materials fee is $5 to the public; free to Crystal Cove Conservancy members,.
1 – 2:30pm – Musical performances by the CSUF New Music Chamber Music Ensemble and CSUF New Music Improvisation Ensembles with piano in the Historic District’s Visitor Center.
David Biedenbender-Red Vespers
William Roper-Fishin’ dem Bones
Pamela Madsen-The Consecrating Mother for cello and piano
2:30 – 3:30pm – Acoustic guitar with David Barba outside the Visitor’s Center.
3-3:15pm CSUF New Music Ensemble inside Cottage #34
3:15– 4pm – CSUF New Music Ensemble outside Cottage #34
Terry Riley-Rainbow in Curved Air
Pamela Madsen – Earth Horizon