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Arts & Lectures Fall 2012 Series

Artist Tracy Weil- Growing Tomatoes & Growing Community

California State University San Marcos Arts & Lectures

Thursday, February 28, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 12:50 PM (PST)

Artist Tracy Weil- Growing Tomatoes & Growing Community

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CSUSM Students Ended Free  
CSUSM Faculty/Staff with ID Ended Free  
General Public/Commmunity Ended Free  

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Event Details

Artist Talk
Growing Tomatoes and Growing Community

Tracy Weil
Thur Feb 28 @ 12pm
ARTS 240

Tracy Weil is a Denver based artist who works in paint, sculpture, public art, web design, and arts organizing. Best known for his colorful paintings, Weil’s work is expressive, whimsical, and features rural and urban landscapes with iconic creatures. His recent work was inspired by the urban agriculture movement and his experience working in organizing arts districts. In conjunction with his public lecture, Weil's work will be on display in the CSUSM Restaurant Row Gallery during the month of March.

TICKET PRICES:
All attendees including students must bring their printed ticket.
CSUSM Students: FREE
CSUSM Faculty/Staff: FREE
Community Members: FREE

Art Exhibit
Exhibit: Mar 1- Apr 7
CSUSM Art Gallery
1080 San Marcos Blvd., STE 185
San Marcos CA 92078
Gallery Hours: Fridays & Saturdays 5-8pm.
Tickets are not required for the exhibit.
Tickets only required for the artist talk.

FAQs

Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?

If you are reserving a CSUSM Student Ticket, or purchasing a Faculty/Staff ticket you must bring your ticket and CSUSM ID to be admiited to the artist talk on Feb. 28. 

Note: If ticketholders are not seated five minutes prior to the beginning of the performance, Arts & Lectures reserves the right to offer that seat to another guest.

What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?

For directions to CSUSM visit http://www.csusm.edu/guide/
Complimentary Parking will be available in  LOT F. Look for directional signs to parking once you arrive on campus.

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Please call the Office of Arts & Lecture at 760.750.8889 or email mhuerta@csusm.edu

Is my registration/ticket transferrable?

Yes, but only within the same ticket type.
For example, a student can tranfer their ticket to another CSUSM student with valid CSUSM ID.
CSUSM Faculty/Staff can transfer their ticket to another CSUSM Faculty/Staff with valid CSUSM ID.
General Public can transfer their ticket to anyone.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

Yes or bring a SMART Phone to show your online ticket barcode. Note that tickets will not be sold at the door.
(Tickets are not required to view the exhibit from Feb 1- Feb 23 at the CSUSM Art Gallery in Restaurant Row.)

What is the refund policy?

Please email mhuerta@csusm.edu 5 business days in advance of the event.

 

Have questions about Artist Tracy Weil- Growing Tomatoes & Growing Community? Contact California State University San Marcos Arts & Lectures

When & Where


ARTS 240
California State University San Marcos
333 S. Twin Oaks Valley Road
San Marcos, CA 92078

Thursday, February 28, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 12:50 PM (PST)


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California State University San Marcos Arts & Lectures

The Office of Arts & Lectures produces the Arts and Lectures Series, a wide-range of curriculum-linked events. 

Each year, Arts & Lectures engages the support and advice of CSUSM faculty, staff, students and the community in developing a series of 20-40 events including lectures across various fields, film/video screenings, visual art talks, dance and theatre performances, music concerts, scientific discussions, book readings and more.  The Series has become an integral part of campus life and offers eye-opening perspectives on multiple topics, issues, and disciplines by bringing in exceptional guests who are experts in various fields creatively and intellectually.  The program not only supplements and complements curricular needs but it also enriches cultural life on the campus and within the community.

All Arts & Lectures events require a ticket and is open to students, faculty, staff and the general public.

For more information regarding upcoming events, check out our event calendar or contact the Office of Arts & Lectures @ 760-750-8889.

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