Some San Diego institutions are losing money to gain visitors, dancers are coming to a flight near you and more in our weekly roundup of the region’s arts and culture news.
The mayor wants to cut arts funding, public art pieces will stay in not-so-public places and more in our weekly digest of arts and culture news.
A new opinion from the city attorney says there are ways the city could get around the policy that requires public art to be housed in not-so-public places, but it could open itself up to a lawsuit if it isn’t careful.
Some recent tweaks to city arts funding could bring more cultural nonprofits into the fold.
One show literally dances around important issues, why the Port declined an art donation, mixed reviews for the theater version of “Into the Beautiful North” and more in our weekly roundup of arts and culture news.
Perhaps you’ve caught a lucky glimpse of a wave, glowing brightly as it breaks onshore. It’s called bioluminescence and it’s often caused by dinoflagellates, unicellular organisms that light up when startled or stimulated. They do it to scare off potential predators, but the movement of a breaking wave is enough to get them glowing. “Infinity Cube” explores the eye-catching […]
A collaboration between the La Jolla Playhouse and other organizations is bringing different types of stories from southeast San Diego to the stage.
The struggles and successes of Arts District Liberty Station, Ginger Shulick Porcella shakes things up once more by leaving town and more in our weekly roundup of the region’s arts and culture news.
Arts District Liberty Station was envisioned as a place where artists could thrive without worrying about being pushed out by rising rents. But a decade after its launch, arts tenants are finding themselves in the same spot the district was meant to insulate them from: Rents there are too high for many of them to afford.
The real lives of border-crossers, assumptions that held back the South Bay’s craft beer scene and more in our weekly roundup of arts and culture news.