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Barracks 3- Grand Opening- San Diego Comic Gallery! TMNT
San Diego Comic Art Gallery San Diego’s only gallery completely dedicated to sequential comic book art!

The SDCAG will start off with a bang with an exciting exhibit of the prolific work of San Diego resident Kevin Eastman, the co-creator of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Featuring numerous highlights from the very first Turtle sketch to the most recent comic book cover, fans get a first-hand look into the creation of a pop culture sensation. Barracks 3 First Floor

Barracks 14

PORTRAITS 4 ALL— Original beach paintings ! Emerging California artist, Nancy Tokos, loves painting San Diego beaches. It's a lovely gift/surprise or ... memory of your vacation. Easy ground floor location on the northend, Barracks 14 (next to Stone Brewing & Moment Bicycles). This is a Working Artist Studio. Follow the music; acoustic guitarist outside the front door. REMEMBER: you save $$$ when buying direct from the artist. Everybody loves a portrait !

Barracks 15
Anneville Studio — Will be hosting a jewelry and metalwork show, with work by the talented metalsmiths of nearby West City Center Point Loma Continuing Education. Come see meticulously crafted silver, copper and brass jewelry and metalwork with semi-precious stones. As a bonus, 20% of all sales will go toward improving the tools and equipment at the center.

Studio 212 — Come see the newest addition upstairs at Barracks 15: Cue One Creative and their inaugural exhibition, Rock the Shot: Photography & Graphic Art of San Diego 's Rock & Roll Scene. Special live musical performance by Ryan Hiller from 6 pm to 8 pm. Meet artists Paul Parks and Joseph Garcia, and listen to the stories of some of San Diego's best rock concerts!

Outside the Lens — Outside the Lens Youth Photographers - OTL is exhibiting the work of our advanced photography students from Chaparral High School and our High School Youth Council. Our students use photography to creatively explore and express their identity, and the issues that matter to them

San Diego Museum Council — Barona Cultural Center & Museum hosts traditional basket-maker, Eva Salazar (Kumeyaay). Eva will be demonstrating her skills and selling her highly collectible baskets. Eva comes from a long line of basket-makers and Eva’s baskets are some of the most beautiful and well-made.

Barona Museum is a long-time member of the San Diego Museum Council and strives to educate San Diego County residents and beyond about traditional Kumeyaay/Diegueno culture and tradition. The Museum is located on the Barona Band of Mission Indians Reservation, about a mile down the road from the Casino. Admission is free.

Barracks 16
Inspirations Gallery and SD Writers Ink

STONE — an exhibit devoted solely to the material the planet is made of -- stone. Photoartist John Thomas Wood shows his images of stone from the Pacific Northwest, Hawaii, San Diego and Spain that will rock your world. You won’t look at stone in the same way again.

Womens Museum of CaliforniaFreyda Miller’s photographic essay, Here Comes the Bride and Other Nightmares is a collection of provocative, emotional, and dream like images juxtaposed with quotes from historical and literary figures. Together they examine the personal, social, political, spiritual, and materialistic aspects of marriage. Bridal wear of the last century from the Museum’s collection will be included as part of the show.

Barracks 19
M Fischbeck Studio GalleryThe Great Outdoors. Art by Peggy Fischbeck, florals by Pam Robinson. Make your mark for art - community art project.

Building 201
Pachis, an art studio for kids — open house with free art making for families!

The Expressive Arts Institute — features a hands-on art making opportunity. Come by to paint your personal expressive mandala from 5-7:30 p.m. Suite 204.

Martha Pace Swift Gallery — A ten year tradition continues with the fourth Martha Pace Swift Recovering The Artist Show.The show features work by local artists from the mental health recovery community.

Building 202

San Diego Watercolor Society — See the new exhibition Waves Of Color. Juror Jim Millard

Visions Art Museum: Contemporary Quilts + Textiles
3° of Abstraction: Three artists with very different approaches to abstraction bring their unique voices. See the work of Shelley Brenner Baird, Pat Kroth, and Karen Rips.
Dual Perspective: Lura Schwarz Smith and Kerby C. SmithThis husband and wife artist duo incorporate digital techniques in their work using their own photographs and drawings.
Active Configurations: features the vibrant work of Rosemary Hoffenberg that suggests a lively scene. Although abstract in design, the work has many references.
Abstract: a series of small, vertical format quilts by Visions Art Museum members on the theme.


Friday Night Liberty is a monthly first Friday evening of FREE open artist studios, galleries and events throughout NTC at Liberty Station's Arts & Cultural District.  Free parking. Free Admission.  The Freedom to explore, wander and enjoy our growing cultural campus.

Friday Night Liberty Annual Sponsors:

Bank of America


Financial support for Friday Night Liberty is provided in part to the NTC Foundation by Bank of America,, the City of San Diego Commission for Arts & Culture, the County of San Diego and The Heller Foundation of San Diego