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Museum Open House Fills Galleries

Museum Open House Fills Galleries

Membership in the Laguna Art Museum rose by 13 percent in the last year and the museum for the first time held two art camps for kids this summer, executive director Malcolm Warner said during an annual open house this past Tuesday, Sept. 10. The museum recently acquired a 1933 untitled landscape painting by one […]

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Film Curator Shown the Exit

Film Curator Shown the Exit

Veteran surf filmmaker Jack McCoy’s “A Deeper Shade of Blue” screened at 400 theaters around the country this past Thursday, a one-night performance but a major splash for an indie movie. The film recounting surf culture’s evolution was buoyed in part by local film consultant Sharon Keiko Mori Beatie, who played a behind-the-scenes role promoting […]

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Laguna Playhouse Hosts Sold-out Crowd

Laguna Playhouse Hosts Sold-out Crowd

Laguna Playhouse lured a sell-out crowd to the gala opening of the Tony-award winning play, “39 Steps” on Saturday, Sept. 29. Staff and board members celebrated the show in ‘30s-themed attire. Guests enjoyed a pre-show party and entertainment by  keyboardist Kathy Schroeder and saxophonist Chuck Weinberg of the Laguna Beach Community Band. “We were thrilled […]

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Music Enlivens Museum Galleries

Music Enlivens Museum Galleries

A classical quartet will add color of a different sort to the galleries of the Laguna Art Museum beginning at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 14, with the Hutchins Consort. Laguna Beach Live’s Lucinda Prewitt and museum executive director Malcolm Warner are teaming up to offer a year-long museum music series, based on the belief that […]

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Laguna Art Museum Appoints a New Leader

Laguna Art Museum Appoints a New Leader

The suspense is over. After six months as the interim director of the Laguna Art Museum, its chairman, Robert Hayden III, announced plans to turn over the keys to Malcolm Warner, a new executive director, effective Jan. 3. Warner, currently deputy director of the Kimbell Art Museum in Ft. Worth, Tex., made the cut from […]