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What's the truth? That's the initial premise of "Camelia la Tejana," a story told in Gabriela Ortiz's often electrifying opera, with a libretto by her brother Rubén Ortiz Torres
KQED’s Cy Musiker has this story about Liu and the sources of her inspiration.
The man-teen routine is more than an act: It’s the recipe for how he’s become one of America’s newest and youngest billionaires.
Eclecticism is always an admirable virtue on a live bill, and such was on full display at The Acheron...the most fascinating performance of the evening was definitely Author & Punisher.
A fishing net woven from gold lamé thread, "You got the best of my love" by Anya Gallaccio, speaks of common things transformed beyond recognition and contemplates the price of progress and the
the series of diminutive canvases bearing Liu's emotive brushwork are just as powerful as her larger, better-known paintings.
Michael Trigilio is to receive the Distinguished Teaching Award for Senate Members and an individualized plaque at the Awards Ceremony to be held at the UC San Diego Faculty Club.
Ayanah Moor and Carrie Mae Weems invite the visitor to be more interior, completing their works with a personal reading...Ms.
Many contemporary painters struggle to get history into their work without looking pretentious or ideologically motivated.
You’d probably never imagine that the artist once risked her life to make paintings like this. It’s by Hung Liu.