San Diego loses two artists, sneaking fine art onto billboards and more in our weekly roundup of the region’s arts and culture news.
Lizard boys and dog murals, telling tales of identity and more in our weekly roundup of arts and culture news.
San Diego Theatres, the nonprofit that runs the Civic Theatre, agreed in its lease with the city to spend at least $30 million renovating the theater and break ground no later than Jan. 1, 2023. With redevelopment money off the table, no fundraising staff and two recent departures, the group is banking on private donors or a corporation to step up.
Why the airport said no to a bronzed Bill, brick-and-mortar galleries are so over and more in our weekly roundup of arts and culture news.
Over the last decade, the airport has gotten super serious about its art. In 2006, it adopted an ambitious arts master plan and has garnered international acclaim for its approach, which focuses on pieces tailor-made for the space. And in case you’re wondering, the airport has similarly rejected nautical and hot dog-themed art.
Union-Tribune will rely on the L.A. Times and others for film reviews, the search for a home for bronze Bill Walton continues and more in our weekly digest of arts and culture news.
A new exhibit explores how UCSD artists pushed the bounds of photography, preservation vs. another new stadium in East Village, the airport says no thanks to Bill Walton and more in our weekly digest of arts and culture news.
Gay Sinclair has been selling off many of the buildings she owns in and around East Village. The one she says she’ll never give up is the historic Wonder Bread building. Yet she might not have a choice. If Measure C passes, there’s a chance the city could use eminent domain to force Sinclair to accept a deal and clear the way for a convadium. It wouldn’t be the first time she’s been forced to surrender a historic building for a stadium.
Stuff for sale in North Park becomes art on display in North Park; fall arts previews commence, babies in breweries and more in our weekly digest of arts and culture news.
Space 4 Art sits in the shadow of a construction crane, one of several towering over the East Village right now. “We’re surrounded on three sides by developers putting up high rises,” said Bob Leathers, one of the Space 4 Art founders. “It’s cranes galore down here.” Space 4 Art is in a brick and […]