San Diego Practice Exhibition + Open Studios

  • What this is

    Exhibitions are public displays of art and design curated by a local gallery, museum, or organization.

  • When & Where

    • Sep 8: 11am-4pm
    • Sep 9: 11am-4pm
    • Sep 10: 11am-4pm
    • Sep 11: 11am-9pm
    • Sep 12: 11am-4pm

    1955 Julian Avenue
    San Diego, CA, 92113
  • Free RSVP
  • Tags

    Design = Activism, Equity, Balance, Play, Connection, Resilience, Education, Sustainability, Transformation
    Discipline Urban, Product, Sustainability, Research, Experience, Culinary, Craft, Audio, Architecture, Landscape, Interior, Industrial, Furniture, Graphic
San Diego Practice Exhibition + Open Studios

Visit the Bread & Salt galleries each day during Design Week from 11 AM to 4 PM PST to view the San Diego Practice exhibition, featuring 50 artworks from local artists, all purchased by the City of San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture during the pandemic and co-produced with the San Diego Art Institute.

The galleries will be open late Saturday, September 11, from 4-9 PM PST for the Barrio Art Crawl. On the weekend, you’ll have the opportunity to hear from artisan workshops including JXL Studio, WEKAAD Studio, and others as they open their doors to share their design process. Head over to Mujeres Brew House on the property for tacos and beer after visiting on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday!

Walk the Block will also be taking place Saturday, September 11 from 12-6pm and is a great opportunity to visit the small businesses and studios along Logan Avenue.

Be sure to check out the artist panel related to the San Diego Practice exhibition on Sunday, September 12, from 6-7:30 p.m. PST.

About the host

Bread and Salt

Bread & Salt is a 45,000 square-foot gallery and experimental center for the arts with strong community ties. Located 15 miles north of the U.S./Mexico border in San Diego, CA, Bread & Salt hosts original works by local and international artists, eclectic events, and a curated assemblage of artisans, educational entities, and non-profit tenants alongside a robust residency program and publishing house. It is comprised of multiple gallery, studio, and event spaces, and serves as a cultural hub and gathering place for the region’s creative community.