The latest on display in San Diego International Airport’s beautifully curated art collection. Plus, the one-man band holding up City Ballet Orchestra, dumpster art and more in our weekly cultural roundup.
When City Ballet Orchestra went into an abrupt hiatus last month, cultural observers wondered whether it would be the next casualty of San Diego’s arts community. The group’s fortunes are intimately tied to its founder, conductor and fundraiser, John Nettles.
City Opera quietly debuts (online, at least). Plus, operatic Nixon, Adams Avenue Unplugged and more in our weekly roundup of culture news.
East Villagers already seem stoked on the new multi-purpose space in their ‘hood. Plus, Summer Pops, Latin Film Fest and more in our weekly culture roundup.
The story behind a big change at City Ballet. Plus, The Trip worth taking, Quartyard’s big day and more in our weekly round-up of San Diego’s cultural news.
MoPA’s “7 Billion Others” aims to bridge our divides, a North Park artist is so over his ‘hood, the future of San Diego dance and more in our weekly culture roundup.
Seed donations take “grassroots” to a new level. Plus, comic book publishing setting up shop in Liberty Station, Low Gallery’s move to Barrio Logan and more in our weekly culture roundup.
The bananas ideas that have been proposed for San Diego’s waterfront, Lemon Grove’s overpass mural on the way and more in this week’s culture round-up.
Looking back at more than a decade of outlandish proposals.
What the “Selma” snubs and a new local production have in common, plus, lunchtime opera, Topshelf Records’ big move and more in our weekly culture roundup.