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Exhibition Detail
TNT (Thursday Night Thing) March 14
1100 and 1001 Kettner Boulevard
(between Broadway and B Street)
San Diego, CA 92101

March 14th, 2013 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
© Courtesy of Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego-Downtown
san diego
(858) 454-3541
Thurs-Tues 11-5; Third Thursday of the Month 11-7
tour, performance
General Admission +$10; Student +$8

Dive deeper into the art with tours, art-making activities, live music on the plaza, tasty cocktails, and delicious bites from everyone’s favorite food truck—MIHO Gastrotruck.

This TNT (Thursday Night Thing) offers the opportunity to celebrate one of our newest exhibitions, Scoli Acosta: Elementalisthmus . Meet the artist and witness his live performance as he attempts to "levitate the Pentagon." Also check out new works that have been integrated into The Very Large Array, and learn more about both exhibitions from focus tours led by Gallery Educators.

TNT is the Museum's signature cocktail-and-art confab held three times a year in the downtown galleries. Participants always experience something different and interesting—from slide jams, DJ lessons, and poetry readings to live bands, artist talks, and video projections. Taking over the outdoor plaza and galleries on both sides of the street , TNT's eclectic events are occasions to interact with artists and art lovers as well as an opportunity to celebrate the exhibitions on view. 

Funding for MCASD programs comes from Qualcomm Foundation, the County of San Diego Community Enhancement Program, and contributors to MCASD's Museum Fund. Institutional support for MCASD comes, in part, from the City of San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture. In-kind support for TNT is provided by San Diego CityBeat, 91X, and Stone Brewing Company.

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