News: 3/19/2009  

MCASD to suspend TNT

We just received some sad news this morning that the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego will be temporarily suspending their monthly TNT (Thursday Night Thing) program and film series. After April 2nd, we will be TNT-less all summer until November 5th.

These changes are being made due to the effects of the economy on the Museum. As I’m sure you can imagine, hosting these events can be quite costly especially when considering that TNT admission has always been free with a $3 suggested donation. That said, be sure to attend the last monthly TNT which will take place on Thursday, April 2, with the theme The Shape of Things to Come, inspired by the new exhibition Primary Forms: Illuminated and Opaque (opened March 15 at the downtown 1001 Kettner galleries). Psychics will meet Spirographs as TNT examines the shapes of things andthe shape of things to come. Geometry-themed crafts and a range of fortune-telling activities will be on hand, as well as live music by Lights On, The Traditionist, and The Color of Glass. For more information, please visit MCASD’s website.

Tags: MCASD, The Traditionist, TNT, Lights On, The Color of Glass

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Zack Nielsen made this post on 3/19/2009 at 12:32 pm

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