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Art Tap Out 3 @ MCASD afterthoughts from the ref

First and foremost: Thank you to all those who participated and made Art Tap Out a success. Thank you’s to: Kevin Freitas – critic Omar Pimienta – artist Round 1 presenting “Lady Libertad” Suzanne Wright – artist Round 2 presenting “The Whole Future” Micha Cardenas and Elle Mehrmand – artists Round 3 presenting “technésexual” Also...

Coatlicue Mi Amor

  Half-consciously, though, there is the more indigenous dream that the adventure is everything… — Kaprow, Happenings in the New York Scene Last month Agitprop presented Coatlicue mi Amor, a performance by The Border Corps, a group of San Diego artists, musicians, and performers. In its density of information and feeling, Coatlicue was by far...

Machine Project at LACMA

Machine Project is a Los Angeles based non-profit arts organization, a storefront exhibition space, and purveyor of DIY workshops in the spirit of the Maker Faire. LACMA is the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the largest encyclopedic museum west of Chicago, and a patchwork complex of seven buildings ranging in style from 30′s streamline...
Architecture of Hope

Architecture of Hope

One of the big surprises of the 2007 San Diego wildfires was the instant rise to international fame of Qualcomm Stadium as shelter, haven, and general beacon of humanity for tens of thousands of refugees. Photojournalists the world over descended on San Diego, and their collective photographer’s eye discovered a little-known fact: the Stadium is...