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The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego (MCASD) in Core-Columbia is proud to present Downtown at Sundown. This after-hours event takes place on the third Thursday of every month from 5 to 8 PM and features free admission and guided tours of exhibitions at MCASD Downtown and SDSU Downtown Gallery. Visitors can enjoy a night of culture, craft beer from Stone Brewing Company, and delicious meals and beverages from The Flight Path Wine Bar & Bistro.
The Downtown at Sundown series is organized by MCASD in collaboration with local partners SDSU Downtown Gallery, Stone Brewing Company, Downtown San Diego Partnership, and The Flight Path Wine Bar & Bistro. Together, they are committed to offering a unique and vibrant experience for visitors to explore the downtown neighborhood of Core-Columbia.
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- Founded in 1941, MCASD has evolved into an organization of international renown. The Museum serves the region as a vital cultural and civic asset, with contemporary art and living artists at its core. In 1993, following a series of gallery locations in downtown San Diego, MCASD opened a permanent location in America Plaza at 1001 Kettner Boulevard. In a building by architect Helmut Jahn, the Museum's interiors were designed by the artists-architect team of Robert Irwin, Richard Fleischner, and David Raphael Singer. In January 2007, MCASD expanded the downtown location with the opening of two Richard Gluckman-designed buildings across the street from the 1001 Kettner location, and major commissioned site-specific works by Jenny Holzer and Richard Serra. The Joan and Irwin Jacobs Building (formerly the Santa Fe Depot baggage building built in 1915) features light-filled galleries and large spaces suitable for the presentation of large-scale installations and site-specific works.
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