“This crossing is not only about cars but about people, and therefore should be organized around healthy public spaces,” said Teddy Cruz, professor at University of California San Diego's Departmen
By James Chute, San Diego Union Tribune
August 15, 2014
It’s been a long road for Roberto Salas and his series public art installation, “Night Visions”...they were commissioned by the city to add some pizzazz to our streets for the 1988 Super Bowl.
Woodman, who received the UC San Diego Outstanding Alumnus Award, went on to say that it was his persistence and not taking ‘no’ for an answer that put him on the trail that he’s blazing today.
Bring your friends and family to see the works in person (and vote again!) for Ricardo Ales or your favorite at the showcase reception at MCASD Downtown from 2-4 PM on Saturday, June 7.
Since his passing in 2009, the Kamil family has established the Adam Douglas Kamil (ADK) Media Awards, and this year endowed the program with a $150,000 gift.
Artist Roberto Salas showed the way around the radio station’s future home...The windows in the future radio studio open out over Chicano Park with a partial view of the Coronado Bridge.
The UC San Diego Academic Senate is pleased to invite you to attend the Distinguished Teaching and Senate Service Awards Presentation & Reception, which will be held on May 27, 2014 in the Atkinson
The biggest struggle I faced when starting Knockaround was just not knowing what the hell was going on...I had an art degree and had never taken a business class in my life...
If you were in New York a couple weeks ago and visited the Guggenheim Museum, you might have encountered a group of artists and demonstrators unfurling banners and chanting “Who’s Building the