Artists Discussions Series November 2019

  • 9 Nov 2019
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (PST)
  • Dick Laub NTC Command Center - 2640 Historic Decatur Rd., Loma Room ARTS DISTRICT Liberty Station

        The San Diego Museum of Art Artists Guild &

ARTS DISTRICT Liberty Station

Artists Discussions Series

We cordially invite you to join us for our FREE Artists Discussions Series. 

Saturday, November 9, 2019 - 10:00 a.m. to noon

Dick Laub NTC Command Center
2640 Historic Decatur Rd., Loma Room

ARTS DISTRICT Liberty Station

Artists Guild and Liberty Station artists are encouraged touring artwork to present to the audience during the first hour. This is an excellent opportunity to network with other artists and view each other’s works.

11:00 a.m. - Tom Fox

Artist, Art Educator & President, Western Cast Iron Art Alliance 

Subject: Reflections on the Periphery

Tom will share a presentation of his practice and artwork, offering his views on the creative capacity of material, moldmaking, metal casting, and a host of other topics.

           Tom is a sculptor, art educator, and materialsmith from San Diego California.  He earned his MFA in Studio art with emphasis in sculpture, and a BA in Applied design with emphasis in metalsmithing from San Diego State University.  He exhibits his sculpture and engages in performance art across the country. Tom is a proudly self-proclaimed iron dog, and President of the Western Cast Iron Art Alliance Inc.  As of the new millennium he has instructed a variety of studio, lecture, and online art classes in the San Diego area and currently teaches at the Miramar campus of the San Diego Community college district.  Fox is the Equipment Technician of the San Diego State University art department.  Since 2014 Tom and his wife Tamara, have operated a sculpture studio in San Diego: Tom Fox Art and Design / Slaghole Enterprises.

There is no charge, however reservations are required.

 Please RSVP to Angelika Villagrana, (619) 222-1034 or

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