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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...
“We want people to collect art, to see it, to visualize it and know how important it is to our culture to really look and have this in our history. It's important. It’s very important.
Jill Holslin, Andrew Sturm, the Overpass Light Brigade-San Diego and People Over Profits of San Diego projected images on the border wall prototypes in Otay Mesa.
For over twenty years, the MAD Ball has recognized visionaries in the fields of art, design, business, and philanthropy, reflecting MAD’s mission to celebrate innovation and excellence across all
To enter the exhibition, you have to walk through a passport office, created by artist Omar Pimienta...Andrew Sturm, created a parody in which an international news outlet sends a reporter to in
Benjamin Bratton is behind many of the ideas fueling Nanome, Inc. The company was spun out from Dr. Bratton’s Design: Geopolitics lab at UC San Diego.
When you look at the trajectory of your career, what things stand out for you as the key elements that allowed other things to happen?