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3 Places to Find Free Art in San Diego

Three reasons to get outside and enjoy the city’s recent explosion of public art



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Photo: Kelsey Montague

Horton Plaza Park

In addition to a new amphitheater and restoration of its iconic fountain, the refreshed 53,000-square-foot urban plaza is flanked by a three-story mural created by artist Kelsey Montague.

 

Photo: Andrew Waltz

Liberty Station

Liberty Station’s new Art Encounters program features temporary installations from San Diego and Baja artists, including Treevolution (above) by John McDavid, located near Scout @ Quarters D.

 

Opera on the Concourse

Ditch the ball gown and binoculars. The San Diego Opera hosts free lunchtime recitals in front of the Civic Theatre one weekday a month, with performances pegged to current productions.

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