For good, better or worse, San Marino residents and workers were treated to a year full of events, happenings and developments.
In observance of the end of 2017, The Outlook has highlighted 17 of the biggest of stories in San Marino. Continue reading “Election Tops 2017 Stories”
Award-winning bonsai artist Mauro Stemberger will demonstrate to an audience on April 1 how he creates a living masterpiece for the Huntington Library.
Stemberger, whose passion for bonsai date to his teenage years, will work from 1-4 p.m. that day in crafting his bonsai tree for the Huntington’s Japanese Garden. Visitors will be free to observe on a drop-in basis.
A trained architect, Stemberger frequently travels the world to promote interest in the bonsai tree craft.
For more information, visit huntington.org.
Profectum Foundation invites parents and professionals to attend its fifth International Conference, March 31 and April 1, at the Huntington Library in San Marino. “Honoring Individual Differences: The Gateway to Supporting Neurodiversity in Autism & Mental Health Treatment,” is a conference that will present a paradigm shift from a disability perspective to approaches that value neurodiversity and individual differences.
The Huntington Library has extended its exhibit of the NASA-sponsored Orbit Pavilion installation by six months.
The exhibit, which was designed by NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory visual strategists Dan Goods and David Delgado, will now run through Labor Day, Sept. 4. Price of admission to the Huntington will grant guests access to the installation.
Orbit Pavilion is essentially a structure-sized conch shell that has speakers filling the dome center that play programmed sounds corresponding to each of the 19 select satellites in orbit when they line up with the applicable speaker. The exhibit mostly plays in real time, although there is periodically an orchestrated rendition played throughout the day.
The exhibit is part of the Huntington’s Five initiative, in which there will be five groups of contemporary artists that are invited to show work during the next five years that corresponds with the Huntington’s history. For more information, visit huntington1.com/five.