We’re quite pleased with another of the newest additions to Barrio Logan: Bread & Salt (1955 Julian Ave), an experimental center for the arts housed in a reclaimed bread factory. The project is one by Public Architecture, who’ve also moved their offices there. The long term plan includes live-work units, design spaces, workshops, a cafe, and gallery spaces including one run by the San Diego Museum of Art. You can already find designer Jason Lane there at JXL Studio.
If you missed the opening of the first artist exhibition (image below), you can check out the space (and scores of antique machinery) Thursday, March 14th (7 pm) for Voice of San Diego’s Meeting of the Minds featuring six speakers (including Public Architecture’s own James Brown) and of course, beverages.
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