The UCSD Guardian talked to Shekoyan about being a visual arts student at UCSD and about deconstructing classic Orientalist pieces using paper, paint, glue and glitter...
A collection of essays by one of the most influential film critics of the twentieth century has come out in paperback.
The projects of Collective Magpie may be rooted in ideas, but these artists also know how to create something that yields a sense of visual wonder.
Author and Punisher (March 19, Swan Dive Patio): One man industrial metal powerhouse Tristan Shone has been pretty much everywhere in the last year, recently embarking on an extensive European t
Byrd uses the video medium to make statements on technology and human-to-human contact or what she calls “live-ness and simulated live-ness.” For the piece “(i want to be private)” she used sens
Filmmaker Joshua Oppenheimer talks about making documentaries from a subjective point of view in "The Act of Killing" and "The Look of Silence," which is up for a Best Documentary Oscar this Sun
Teddy Cruz, told the Guardian that with this new Blum Federation in place, students from other campuses will be able to come and gain hands-on experience with international poverty...“The asset
Mission Federal ArtWalk presented its annual ARTIE AWARDS recognizing individual who are making significant contributions in the arts and culture community in San Diego
The U.S./Mexico border is falling apart. Like Chipotle Swiss cheese, it is shot through with gaps, holes, lacunae, erasures, and stretches of emptiness.
It also welcomed Gallaccio, a thoughtful, provocative artist whose remarkable sculpture 'beautiful minds," incrementally constructed by a huge 3-D printer, raised issues of decay, rebirth and co