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There Goes the Neighborhood! 2012 Updated Schedule

There Goes the Neighborhood! 2012 Updated Schedule

There Goes the Neighborhood! is a four day event that positions “the neighborhood” as a fluid institution of creative production, critical thinking and intersecting interests. Collaborations among artists, residents, small businesses, universities and local activists will culminate in a series of workshops, talks, installations, performances and tours that center around the North Park neighborhood of San...
3/8/12 V/A/L/S Chris Kraus Lecture at UCSD

3/8/12 V/A/L/S Chris Kraus Lecture at UCSD

Visiting Artist Lecture Series Presents: Chris Kraus Thursday, March 8th, 7:00 pm UC San Diego, Visual Arts Facility Performance Space on Russell Lane, La Jolla, California 92093 Free and Open to the Public. Chris Kraus will read from her 2011 book WHERE ART BELONGS, that examines recent artistic enterprises that reclaim the use of lived time as a material....

12/6-9/11 cog•nate collective Something to do with crossing…

cog•nate collective Something to do with crossing… UCSD VAF 404 Gallery December 6 – 9, 2-6pm Opening Reception Dec. 7 @ 6pm   For some, migration requires blending into the desert geography while crossing the border, and, once in the United States, blending into the urban landscape. Clothing allows for the latter: the appropriate outfit will divert...
Reclaimed Library at UCSD

Reclaimed Library at UCSD

From SignOn San Diego: Students ‘reclaim’ UCSD library By Pat Flynn Originally published December 5, 2011 at 1:59 p.m., updated December 5, 2011 at 5:38 p.m. LA JOLLA — Students forced open the doors of a shuttered University of California San Diego library Monday and rushed inside, vowing to stay around the clock until the end of...

10/13-15/2011 &NOW Festival: Tomorrowland Forever comes to UC San Diego

&NOW Festival: Tomorrowland Forever comes to UC San Diego   October 13-15, 2011 Featured Events to be held in the Literature Building, Rooms 155 and 138   Register by buy generic cialis going to http://andnowfestival.com/   Sponsored in part by the  and the Center For Research and Computing in the Arts (CRCA)   &NOW is a biennial traveling festival/conference...
8/19-9/23 KNOWLEDGE-EXCHANGE CORRIDORS:  THE UCSD COMMUNITY STATIONS INITIATIVE  By Teddy Cruz and Mike Cole

8/19-9/23 KNOWLEDGE-EXCHANGE CORRIDORS: THE UCSD COMMUNITY STATIONS INITIATIVE By Teddy Cruz and Mike Cole

PRESS RELEASE from gallery@calit2   KNOWLEDGE-EXCHANGE CORRIDORS: THE UCSD COMMUNITY STATIONS INITIATIVE By Teddy Cruz and Mike Cole August 19-September 23, 2011 Panel Discussion and Opening Reception Friday, August 19, 2011 Calit2 Auditorium 5pm-6pm Gallery Reception 6pm-8pm Summer Workshop Series Friday August 19, 2011 Friday August 26, 2011 Friday September 2, 2011 Friday September 9,...

Disperse at UCSD

 

UCSD OPEN STUDIOS!

Whether constructing a massive decomposing stalactite from iron and fiberglass, recording a pirated copy of Avatar onto a virtual rotating sphere, or painting vibrant portals leading to the past’s sexy future, the visual artists of UCSD’s highly praised MFA program have practices spanning a wide range of disciplines that evoke a dialogue of remarkable currency....