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Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego-La Jolla

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Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego-La Jolla
700 Prospect St.
San Diego, CA 92037
Venue Type: Museum

Neighborhood:
san diego



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WEBSITE:  
http://www.mcasd.org
OPEN HOURS:  
Thu-Tue 11-5; Third Thursday of the Month 11-7
PHONE:  
858 454 3541
FAX:  
858 454 6985
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DESCRIPTION

With two locations, the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego (MCASD) is the region's foremost forum devoted to the exploration and presentation of the art of our time, presenting works across all media created since 1950. Located in the heart of downtown San Diego and in the coastal community of La Jolla, MCASD provides an unprecedented variety of exhibition spaces and experiences for the community, showcasing an internationally recognized collection and a dynamic schedule of exhibitions andpublic programs.

At MCASD in Downtown, experience contemporary art in a historic setting - the Jacobs Building, formerly the Santa Fe Depot baggage building - and view site-specific installations by artists Jenny Holzer and Richard Serra. At MCASD in La Jolla, take in the fabulous ocean view from the Edwards Garden Gallery, or lunch on the patio at the Museum Cafe. The La Jolla location also houses the Museum's X Store, filled with a selection of contemporary art books, apparel, and innovative design objects.

Mission Statement

MISSION
The mission of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego (MCASD) is to serve diverse audiences through the exhibition, interpretation, collection, and preservation of art created since 1950.
MANDATE
MCASD engages regional, national, and international audiences including the binational constituency of the San Diego/Tijuana region.
VISION
MCASD is a museum providing public access to contemporary art, artists, and the creative process; a forum for the exploration and understanding of contemporary art and ideas; and a laboratory for artists to experiment with new forms of creative expression.

 


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