Things to do in Irvine in March 2018
“Land” at Irvine Fine Arts Center
The art exhibit focuses on works that seek to highlight and critique our connection to land and traces the change in that relationship from the past to and into the future.
“Harmony of Light” at The Irvine Museum
A selection of paintings depicting spring in California by impressionists working in the state nearly a century ago.
Eva Yerbabuena at the Barclay
International flamenco sensation Eva Yerbabuena brings “¡Ay!” to the Barclay, a series of intensely artistic solo dances performed with live music accompaniment.
“It Passes Like a Thought” at UCI
Flight, song, and navigation have made birds powerful symbols for many cultures. Beall Center for Art + Technology will explore flight, birdsong, and the aesthetic variation of avian species through the work of artists.
Huell Howser’s Golden Parks
Witness the beauty of California’s parks and open spaces at the Great Park Gallery exhibit “Golden Parks: Huell Howser.” This exhibition highlights the California State Parks that the late public television legend visited through his career.
The Brahms Requiem at the Barclay
UCI Chamber Singers, Cal State Long Beach Chamber Singers, and the UCI Symphony Orchestra join forces to present “A German Requiem” composed by Johannes Brahms. UCI will also host a Brahms music salon and performance on March 7 at Winifred Smith Hall.
Kitty and Puppy Shower
The Irvine Animal Care Center’s annual event focused on donating to support the young animals at the center is part of the month-long donation drive to help animals in the foster care program by donating supplies such as formula, blankets and toys.
Hamilton’s Mandy Gonzalez at The Barclay
A Broadway veteran from hit shows that include “Wicked” (Elphaba), “In the Heights” (Nina), and “Hamilton” (Angelica), Gonzalez will never be satisfied unless she sings Broadway, pop songs, standards and selections from her debut solo album, including “Fearless,” written by Lin-Manuel Miranda.
Student art at Irvine Fine Arts Center
The High School Art Exhibition is a multimedia show featuring art produced by students from Irvine high schools, including drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, digital media, ceramics and sculpture.
“Greetings from California” by MenAlive
From the Beach Boys to Gwen Stefani, plus a special tribute to Walt Disney, the Orange County Gay Men’s Chorus celebrates the beauty and excitement of the Golden State.