I'm not going to lie. There isn't much going on tonight. So, here are some art exhibits that sound interesting.
In case you haven't heard of him, Mark Mothersbaugh is a composer for television, film and video-game soundtracks like Rushmore, Rugrats, Sims 2, and The Royal Tenenbaums. He's also one of the fun folks who instructs kids on the fine art of doodling on Nickelodeon's Yo Gabba Gabba!
As if that wasn't enough creativty for you, he's also been illustrating anywhere from one to 25 images per day on postcards as a sort of visual diary for the past 30 years. Though these post cards were never meant for public viewing, Mothersbaugh is displaying some of his favorite pieces from the collection in this art-gallery tour. Check it out.
Twenty-five members of AICA from all walks of life and ethnic heritage are displaying their first group exhibition of over 50 calligraphy works, from traditional to contemporary. The list of talent includes: Joseph Hwang, Sun Wuk Kim, Chau Thuy, Hae Y chung, Mary Bryan, Tiger Han, Deb Self, Jae Kyu Lee, Edward Change, Coleen Melton, Jong H Ro, Young H Koo, Theresa Hwang Nichols, Young Jin Kim, Carm Fogt, Jae Hee Kim, Joy Coffino, Hung Ki Yim, Suki El-Ali, Do Hyun Kim, Myoung J Hong, Don Suk Oh, Linda Wong, Hai Jin Lee, and Shantien Tom Chow.
Soka University, 1 University Dr. (at Soka University), Aliso Viejo, CA; 949-480-4000
Photographer and painter Barbara Ruffini will be exhibiting her solo show, "The Space Between" at Memphis Costa Mesa through the end of June. Check out a slideshow of her work here.
Memphis Soul Café, 2920 Bristol St., Costa Mesa, CA; 714-432-7685