Linda Sheridan is CEO of San Diego Cultural Arts Alliance, a nonprofit she founded to help kids caught doing graffiti find legal ways to express themselves through art. Sheridan is hoping to transform a Mission Valley underpass into a park where kids can create art legally.
Makers of all makes will descend on Balboa Park, “Film Forum” curator is shown the door and why this year’s Orchids & Onions includes a lesson about community input.
People still have all the feelings about the Balboa Park centennial, Jordan Peimer is making his mark at ArtPower!, taking art and music pairings to new heights at San Diego Museum of Art and more in our weekly culture roundup.
The fence surrounding J Raymond Mireles’ house in Logan Heights isn’t there just to keep people out. In fact, the photographer is using his fence – a symbol of privacy and security – as an experimental public art project meant to bring people together.
How L.A.’s big Broad opening might affect San Diego, South Park’s new Target puts local artists on display and more in our weekly culture roundup.
In many neighborhoods, it’s been close to a decade since artists have touched any of the painted utility boxes that are most San Diegans’ introduction to public art. North Park is the exception, and that’s largely thanks to Jason Gould.
We talk with the city’s new, question-pondering, public art manager, look into an Assembly bill designating cultural districts and more in this week’s Culture Report.
It’s easy to dismiss the two shiny balls installed at the recently opened Fault Line Park in East Village as yet another silly or simplistic public art project by the city of San Diego. But Christine Jones, the Commission for Arts and Culture’s new public art program manager, makes a strong case that they’re something […]
The Culture Report’s back with a vengeance: Behind the drama at the UCSD Crafts Center, A Ship in the Woods finds a new home and more.
As it turns 101 years old this summer, the California Tower, one of the most landmark buildings in all of San Diego, is looking a little less than postcard-perfect.