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June 21, 2011

Not every art event requires a valid passport, but participation in Political Equator 3 involved a carefully orchestrated border crossing through the Los Laureles Canyon from the United States

February 07, 2011

In sculptures and drawing-based installations, Julia Westerbeke creates otherwordly terrains in forms familiar yet curiously alien, toxic yet appealing.

January 05, 2011

Despite their intimations of decay and disease, Jauregui’s paintings possess an elegant beauty that sometimes conjures the pre-AIDS heyday of gay liberation...

September 30, 2010

At its Fall Meeting, deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum announced both a major gift from the Phyllis and Jerome Lyle Rappaport Foundation to endow the Rappaport Prize in perpetuity, as well as the 20

September 11, 2010

With intricate brush strokes, Tower paints the abandoned factories, like the legendary Armour meatpacking plant in East St.

July 01, 2010

Every year the SD Art Prize Art Notes writers and previous SD Art Prize recipients along with the SD Art Prize committee nominates emerging artists as possible suggestions for the SD Art Prize esta

June 11, 2010

Among film philanthropic group Cinereach's most recently announced grantees was the debut feature project by artist, short filmmaker, professor, and festival curator Liza Johnson, "Return." ind

June 01, 2010

The award goes to the director of the best film in the International Competition: Fiction and Documentary. It is awarded by a jury.
Renumeration: 4000 Euros

January 03, 2010

Julia Westerbeke's 2009 installation with Clare Parry at the San Francisco de Young museum, "The Deluge," was a visually stunning and innovative meditation on the complimentary and dichotomous w

October 07, 2009

Artists explore conscience and reconcile the past and present while exposing injustice and expressing tolerance for others.