Mario Torero, a counterculture artist and first-time SDSU lecturer, is showing students how to make an impact outside of a studio or gallery.
Cabrillo art comes down early, a Barrio Logan group that wants to record in outer space and more in our weekly arts and culture roundup.
A color swap meant to bring more attention to the homeless, when arts and gentrification collide, RIP to a beloved Little Italy mural and more in our weekly culture roundup.
Logan Heights, Sherman Heights and the other neighborhoods just southeast of downtown San Diego are about to undergo major rezoning that’ll open up new development opportunities. Two arts groups are ready and waiting.
Art installations all over Cabrillo National Monument, new SDAI’s director’s hate mail collection, the zonkey origin story and more in our weekly cultural roundup.
In the last month alone, the word “beer” has popped up on Councilman Chris Cate’s Twitter feed about a dozen times. The guy barely looks old enough to be holding the IPA he was drinking when I met him at O’Brien’s Pub in Kearny Mesa last week to record an upcoming segment for the VOSD Podcast. But […]
Activating the Plaza de Panama with art, new county-owned public art, a zombie run in Tijuana and more in our weekly culture roundup.
City Heights has slowly gotten most of the things it asked for to make up for being cut in half by a freeway expansion – except the art that was supposed to adorn two transit plazas. A new neighborhood group is working to make sure that promise is kept.
The New Children’s Museum’s service to art-starved parents, an epic Day of the Dead altar, fast-talking events and more in this week’s cultural roundup.