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The Department of Visual Arts, University of California San Diego, is pleased to announce the 11th Annual Graduate Visual Arts Symposium, scheduled to take place on Saturday, March 3, 2018.
The architect’s design firm, Studio Teddy Cruz + Fonna Forman, has in recent years created community spaces constructed on the U.S.-Mexico border.
Hung recreates the portraits with realistic depth, the women are surrounded by animals and flowers depicted in the traditional two-dimensional Chinese style...This juxtaposition, combined with H
Elina Gertsman’s Worlds Within: Opening the Medieval Shrine Madonna (Penn State University Press, 2015) is an intellectually vibrant study of the approximately forty extant vierges ouvran
Star Streams, created by three renowned artists: lead artist and LithoMosaic inventor Robin Brailsford, her partner Wick Alexander, and collaborating artist Doris Bittar.
Hockley, who came to the museum in March, co-curated the highly acclaimed Brooklyn Museum show “We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965–85.” At the Whitney, she has so far co-curated...
Schwartz’s 18 paintings from 2016 and 2017, shown here in two separate rooms, are effectively three related bodies of work loosely based on Buddhist prayer flags and the practice of meditation..
It reveals connections between different worlds, including L.A. hip-hop and Black Arts poetry, Jamaican dub and Brazilian samba, Ethiopian jazz, Cuban timba and Colombian cumbia.
A group of graduate students from UC San Diego under the direction of Andrew Sturm projected images last Saturday night on the walls using theatre lights.
A new exhibit at the San Diego History Center is putting the spotlight on eight African-American artists who have made an impact on San Diego’s art scene...