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Summer Salon Series 2012 RFP

Summer Salon Series 2012 RFP

After months of hard work, I am excited to say that this year’s Summer Salon Series at the San Diego Museum of Art is already shaping up to be the best one yet. The themes within the Museum’s summer exhibitions offer a unique opportunity to explore how information about various issues is disseminated on both...
Summer Salon Series Week 6 Green Space/Civic Space

Summer Salon Series Week 6 Green Space/Civic Space

Summer Salon Series 2011* Green Space/Civic Space In response to this year’s Summer Salon Series theme–What does a city need?– the evening of July 7, 2011 will consider the idea of Green Space/Civic Space. The following is a detailed list of the evening’s events and participants: 5:00 – 8:00 pm: Natalia Calderón: Tracing Passers By Calderon’s performance entails tracing...
Where's the Dignity in Labor?

Where’s the Dignity in Labor?

In the sense that I have continued to dwell on the “Dignity of Labor,” I would say that it was a success. Featuring work by artists Brian Zimmerman and John Dillemuth installed amongst SDMA’s collections and spaces, a screening of the documentary Class Dismissed: How TV Frames the Working Class and a live performance by...
Summer Salon Series Kicks off

Summer Salon Series Kicks off

What does a city need? In response to the exhibition Gustav Stickley and the American Arts & Crafts Movement, the Museum will spend 14 weeks examining the multiple answers to this question with the help of contemporary artists, musicians, poets, and speakers. Join us every Thursday evening for new art and new conversations on how we...