Wit Style Power Grace: 25th Anniversary Exhibition for the Irvine Barclay Theater

My recently curated exhibition for the Irvine Barclay Theater’s 25th Anniversary entitled “Wit Style Power Grace” has a free exhibition catalog that can now be viewed online:

Curator: Henry James Korn
Graphics: Hayden Design

Reminder: You don’t need to be flying through John Wayne Airport to take advantage of the exhibition.

Spanning 140 feet, beautiful images and well-chosen words and objects capture the spirit and historic program contributions Irvine Barclay Theatre has made to the people of Orange County during its twenty-five years.

Both residents and visitors to Orange County have an opportunity to explore some of the artistic diversity presented over the 25-year history of Irvine Barclay Theatre in an exhibition on display at John Wayne Airport (JWA) in the Orange County: Destination Art & Culture exhibition space, located along the pedestrian walkway connecting the Terminal B and C ticketing lobbies.

The exhibition is free and open to the general public, passengers and visitors to the Airport through January 2016.

Convenient parking located at Terminal C, $2 per hour

Additional details: The Irvine Barclay Theater

For more of my visual arts projects including details for the currently running Heritage and Aviation Exhibition at the Orange County Great Park, please visit the Visual Arts Project page.

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Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream

Senator Bernie Sanders came out for

  1. Abolishing the National Football League;
  2. Jailing its investors for piracy of public funds; and
  3. Nationalizing all publicly funded football stadiums.

The Democratic Presidential candidate’s comprehensive corporate sports policy statement was accompanied by a proposal to replace blood thirsty gridiron slug-fests with hugely entertaining, safe, and friendly all-weather international home run derbies.

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