To Tame a Wild Tongue: Art after Chicanismo.

Yolanda López, Portrait of the Artist as the Virgin of Guadalupe, 1978. Oil pastel on rag paper, 30 x 22 inches. Courtesy of the artist. This will be the first […]

The World of Frida

Coming to the CA Center for the Arts, Escondido from the Bedford Gallery in California, this exhibition celebrates the culture, style, and persona of visionary painter Frida Kahlo. Frida’s work […]

AmeriQueer Series

The AmeriQueer Series is a collection of plays presented as audiocasts exploring the LGBTQ experience within the American identity as a framework for the 2020 election season. These works are insightful, […]

JQA

John Quincy Adams, child of the American Revolution, son of a Founding Father, President and Congressman, had an incredible political career that spanned 54 years and was one of the […]

Coronado Island Film Festival

2020 will mark the 5th Anniversary of the Coronado Island Film Festival (CIFF). This year may be a little different for us, with the ever-changing restrictions of the COVID pandemic, […]

Women’s Film Festival

Set for November 13- 15, 2020, the online edition of the Women’s Film Festival will offer a slate of films on a VOD model in partnership with Festival Scope and Shift72. The […]

Mesa College Drive-In: An Outdoor Art Exhibition

Mesa College Drive-In: An Outdoor Art Exhibition is a visual time-capsule memorializing the dramatic events of the last eight months—plague, social unrest and fires. This physically distant display including thirty-six […]

NO WAY BACK

The Roustabouts Theatre Co. presents the world premiere of NO WAY BACK, winner of the company’s 2018 Solo Show Contest. Written by Mahshid Fashandi Hager, this harrowing tale is based on […]

Musical Migrations with Art of Elan

Art of Elan’s innovative 14th season begins with a series of Musical Migrations. Similar to progressive dinners where different courses are served at different houses, these short musical performances will […]

Art in Flux & National Gallery X: SHIFTING GROUND

Recently there has been a rethinking of the importance of migrant voices within British Art History. First generation British South Asian artists like Anwar Jalal Shemza and Rasheed Araeen have […]

FALL in love with DANCE again

Photo credit: Manuel Rotenberg Join San Diego Dance Theater for an evening of dance at your own comfort level. Experience fine dining while enjoying the performance on THE LOT’s large […]

UnderScored

In UnderScored, Ephrat Asherie and her company of dancers explore the forms of club dancing that arose in New York during the 1970s and 1980s as part of the house […]