Center moves ArtWindows

Coastal Artists’ ArtWindow multimedia displays in storefronts at the Del Mar Heights Town Center in Carmel Valley can be seen any time in two locations at the center: ArtWindow No. 2 remains opposite the movies; ArtWindow No. 1 has moved to the lower level, four doors left of Jimbo’s, and has a new exhibit with a reception from 3 to 5 pm. June 13.

Additional ArtWindow displays will later be opening at various locations throughout the center. The center is on the corner of Del Mar Heights Road and El Camino Real. Call (858) 259-5690 or (858) 755-1486.

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