What to Read Before You Go [San Diego/Tijuana]: "Sunshine Noir II: Writing From San Diego and Tijuana" (City Works Press, 2015) is an anthology of contemporary San Diego nonfiction, fiction, poe
"I am super excited about the performance series this Thursday inside of Magpie Collective's domed 'Nomadic Atelier'.
Do I think my 2-year-old understands what he’s playing with as he zooms his beautiful little handmade car around De Salvo’s artwork? Nope.
Vabianna Santos' work in her new show, "Floodplains," at Helmuth Projects uses language to guide us into places of feeling rather than thinking.
How do specific identities establish one’s relationship to existing economic orders? How can subversive identity configurations undermine established economies and create alternative economies?
CAC awarded SDAI more than $63,000 in grants--including $53,900, the largest sum received by any SD County cultural organization...to help fund a multisite project by local artist Kate Clark...<
One of the best places to get a glimpse of the future is the senior presentations of the Interdisciplinary Computing in the Arts & Music (ICAM) majors, held every June at the end of the school y
Based between San-Diego and NYC, Angela Washko's multi-disciplinary practice includes making "performances, videos and interventions primarily within video game and internet enclave contexts" while
The Adam D. Kamil Gallery presents Victoria Iungerich's premiere solo exhibition