Winter Wonderland : Jukebox Radio

Artists, musicians and performers converge at Oceanside Museum of Art’s Winter Wonderland artist in residence project on Saturday, December 21 from 10am to 3pm.  
Jukebox Radio is a collaboration between Mark Dzula and Ardina Greco who work together to bring art experiences and educational shows to audiences of all ages. Often working with shadow puppets, projections, and music, their happenings create memorable and educational opportunities for the public to engage with diverse artistic media.

Located in store A12 @ Westfield Plaza Camino Real Shopping Center
2525 El Camino Real Carlsbad, CA 92008


Saturday December 21
10:00am - 3:00pm

Free to the Public

 

 Saturday December 21
10:00am - 3:00pm



Winter Wonderland is the first of five public artist in residence programs organized by Oceanside Museum of Art to take place in North County San Diego over the next two years as part of the Exploring Engagement initiative funded by the James Irvine Foundation. Within the month long project, open every day from 10 am to 3 pm from Black Friday 11/29/13 through Christmas Eve 12/24/13, there will be a series of free workshops, performances, pop up shops and artist interactions. In addition to the featured artist Armando de la Torre, a variety of local musicians, painters and performance artists will host these art activities. Workshops will include puppet making, gift making, wrapping paper design, silk-screening, drawing and painting. For more information, visit http://tinyurl.com/OMAoffsite

 

Armando de la Torre

 

Armando de la Torre was born in Tijuana and raised in Chula Vista. He served with the Army’s 82nd Airborne Division with assignments in Germany and Korea.  Subsequently he attended the New York School of Visual Arts, Santa Monica College of Design, Art and Architecture, and Otis College of Art and Design.
During his studies in Los Angeles he was also project manager for Alternate Routes, an outreach program for Side Street Projects where he taught wood working to kids on a school bus that was transformed into a mobile wood shop.
Armando is currently living in San Diego, where he enjoys learning about the environment and playing music with a diverse group of musicians.