Between the unsustainably low prices, the lack of any attempt to sell the work and endless opportunities to work for free, there’s little hope for an emerging artist to succeed on any sort of financial level in San Diego.
The Logan Avenue building that houses La Bodega Gallery has become a thriving anchor in a transforming community. But it’s also scrambling to address city and fire safety code issues that have thrown its ability to host big shows into question.
Chicano Park gets its Historic Landmark status, inside a San Diego Sound Booth, two political paintings in the news and more in our weekly roundup of arts and culture news.
For the first episode of Season 2 of Culturecast, we stepped inside one of the San Diego Symphony’s public sound booths and talked with Allen and Brandon Steppe, the founder and director of the David’s Harp Foundation, a nonprofit that works with at-risk and homeless youth by providing free music education.
Rep. Duncan Hunter kicks off a debate about art censorship, the push to diversify local theater, the story behind Javier Plascencia’s departure from Bracero and more in our weekly roundup of arts and culture news.
Michael Taylor, one of two black members of The Globe’s board, is embarking on a new plan to make sure the theater’s diverse main-stage shows are seen by a diverse audience.
Bread & Salt says it’s cleared fire safety regulations, ladies run the San Diego arts world, 2016 lists galore and more in our weekly roundup of arts and culture news.
This fall, Kathryn Kanjo stepped in to her new role as director of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, joining the growing ranks of women leading major arts organizations across the city. Several institutions now have a woman at the helm for the first or second time in their history. Many still see ways the arts community could embrace diversity even further.
Lemon Grove sets its sights on an arts district, a San Diego photographer lands on a New York Times best of 2016 list and more in our weekly roundup of arts and culture news.
The finale of “Culturecast” has landed, bad news for arts venues in Barrio Logan post-Ghost Ship, RIP to the Don Diego clock and more in our weekly roundup of arts and culture news.