Revisiting the city’s reasoning for putting public art in inaccessible places, San Diego artists react to the Oakland fire 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.
My fellow Ph.D. students and I want to stay in San Diego and have no interest in the Bay Area’s soul-sucking commutes, bank-draining rents and Mission-style burritos. Yet most of us will move there anyway.
UC San Diego’s University Art Gallery made headlines last year when the space lost its funding and only full-time staffer. CityBeat reported that some UCSD professors thought the space would ultimately close while others held out hope. In recent weeks, though, all remaining hopes were squashed when it became clear that the gallery would become a classroom in […]
At polling stations in UCSD, Sorrento Valley and Mira Mesa Tuesday, voters were sparse, but the list of issues that motivated them ran long.
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