PIÑATAS – THE HIGH ART OF CELEBRATION

  Amorette Crespo, Zoom Computer, 2021.  Photo: Craft in America, Madison Metro. A groundbreaking show with more than 80 works by Latinx artists and makers from across the U.S. PIÑATAS: THE HIGH […]

SERGIO HERNÁNDEZ: EMBERS OF OAXACA

Sergio Hernández (b. 1957, Huajuapan de León, Oaxaca, México) is among the leading contemporary Mexican artists today and is currently based in Oaxaca in southern Mexico. After completing his studies […]

SALTY SERIES

Joe Cantrell, multimedia artist ProjectBLANK’s residency at the Bread & Salt Gallery in Barrio Logan continues, as they bring you inexpensive monthly-ish concerts of cutting-edge new music. Come hang out […]

ARRESTED MOTION

Thumbprint Gallery kicks off the new year with a group exhibition featuring small works by regional artists: A.H. Romero, alfienumeric, Andrea Mapula, Bree Manahan, Daniel Hicks, Elvin Armando, Evgola, Hilary […]

BLUES IN THE NIGHT

According to the legendary Billie Holliday, “Blues is to jazz what yeast is to bread.” With 26 glorious, hot, torchy songs fueling BLUES IN THE NIGHT, a powerful cast of singers […]

CINEMA CIRCLE @ THE LOT

Voodoo Macbeth The second edition of Cinema Circle @ THE LOT in La Jolla features a great selection of international films plus a great local movie on opening night, the […]

SERGIO HERNÁNDEZ: EMBERS OF OAXACA

Sergio Hernández (b. 1957, Huajuapan de León, Oaxaca, México) is among the leading contemporary Mexican artists today and is currently based in Oaxaca in southern Mexico. After completing his studies […]

PAISANOS

Paisanos, is a project led by Luis Alderete from the Instituto Municipal de Arte y Cultura de Tijuana dedicated to developing a formal discussion surrounding migration and movement, and has […]

MEMORY IS A VERB: EXPLORING TIME AND TRANSIENCE

Memory is a Verb: Exploring Time and Transience is a new group exhibition to be showcased at the Oceanside Museum of Art reflecting on memory, nostalgia, time, and human identity through […]

HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH FILM FEST

Recently marking our 30th Anniversary and currently screening films in over 15 cities around the world, the Human Rights Watch Film Festival (HRWFF) bears witness to human rights violations in […]

LOST IN TRANSLATION

Inspired in part by the current state of communication breakdown in our country, this exhibition examines the many ways we (mis)interpret or (mis)understand each other through a game of telephone […]