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KelCher/ A Mosaic Recognition

Franco Moragrega
Event organized by Franco Moragrega

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Join us for Opening Reception
/kelCher/ A Moisaic Recognition

FRANCO • MORAGREGA presents group exhibition of LA and Bay Area artists Dionisio Ceballos, Alan Chin, Tom Franco, and Ann Thornycroft. KelCher/ A Mosaic Recognition, celebrates and embraces human being acceptance, our heritage, and traditions without any prejudice. A final acknowledgment and embrace of diversity, a mosaic recognition.

Join us for the opening reception and meet the artists. Please purchase your tickets prior to event or at door.

When: Friday, April 13th - 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Where: Franco • Moragrega
102 S 21st St | San Diego CA 92113
(Located at the corner of Julian and 21st St)
Hors d'oeuvres and wine will be served.

Please purchase your tickets for attendance prior to event $15.00 or at door $20.00.

Age Limit 21+
Cocktail attire required

Exhibit runs from April 13th to May 18th.
Please note that F•M is open by appointment only. If you are unable to attend our exhibit opening, please contact us to schedule an appointment at info@francomoragrega.com or 619.271.7215.


The Franco • Moragrega Contemporary Art Gallery is the newest addition to the trendy 9th Art District of San Diego, and the first fine art gallery in the area. The stylishly minimalist gallery exhibits emerging, mid-career and established local and international artists creating contemporary works on paper, paintings and fine art photography. F•M offers an intimate context for visual arts that challenges and inspires a diverse range of curious audiences. The mission of F•M is to reawaken the art scene in San Diego by reminding the community that the arts has an inherent value of culture that is life-enhancing, entertaining and defining of our personal and societal identities.


102 S 21st St
San Diego CA, 92113
(Corner of Julian and 21st street)