Pints & Pages: Homebrew World with Josh Bernstein

Wednesday, August 22, 2018
Ballast Point; 9045 Carroll Way, San Diego, CA 92121
Happy Hour at 6:30pm, Program begins at 7:30pm

No one knows beer better than Joshua M. Bernstein. The prolific contributor to publications such as Bon Appétit, Men’s Journal, and The New York Times—to name only a few—has also released a “four pack” of books on the topic: The Complete Beer Course, Brewed Awakening, Complete IPA, and his latest, Homebrew World. Have a beer and join us for an exciting talk on homebrewing and the future of beer. This conversation with Josh will also include a panel of homebrew experts including award-winning Homebrewer, Nick Corona, and a representative from White Labs Inc.
General Admission
Price: $18; Member Price: $15

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Corks 'n Culture Call for Entries

Corks ‘n Culture is excited to announce that it is currently curating its first pop up art exhibit of the 2018-2019 season. Corks ‘n Culture gives artists an opportunity to show a bit of what their culture and heritage means to them through a Jewish lens, all while encouraging appreciation of San Diego's artistic community and to introduce the topic of art collecting by providing a range of work at affordable prices. The first exhibit will take place during Shabbat San Diego’s Jewish Xperience Week.

Theme: Jewish Identity
1. How do you frame your Jewish heritage, identity, or culture through art?
2. What does Shabbat mean to you?

Date: October 22, 2018 at 6:30pm

Location: Project Bar and Grill, 3683 Fifth Ave, San Diego, CA 92103

Deadlines:
Submission deadline: September 30, 2018
Notification: We will notify the selected artists October 5, 2018
Delivery of artwork: October 22nd 5pm to venue
Pick up of artwork: If pieces are not sold, art must be picked up when the event ends

Eligibility: The exhibit is open to all local emerging and/or established artists with pieces that are relevant to the theme.

Please submit original artwork only! There are no artist fees. Maximum size of artwork is 36 x 48 inches.

Sales will be processed by the San Diego Center for Jewish Culture. Should your piece be sold, a check will be sent to you within one month after the exhibit for a maximum of 80% of the sale, with the remaining percentage benefiting the San Diego Center for Jewish Culture.

Any questions? Please contact gallery@lfjcc.org

Submit Here

Corks 'n Culture Call for Entries