3 Places to Find Free Art in San Diego
Three reasons to get outside and enjoy the city’s recent explosion of public art
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.
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.