Lisa Anne Auerbach's knitted sweaters don't just keep the body warm. Her wearable art addresses identity, politics and religion.
San Diego city officials approved a developer's request to end a loan agreement that required a prime commercial space in the East Village be rented to an arts organization at a significantly reduced price through 2027.
Like many other neighborhoods near the center of Los Angeles, Chinatown is in flux. One concern that has long surfaced about the neighborhood's art scene is gentrification.
Born in Los Angeles, CoolWorld is growing in recognition for its vivacious parties hosted sporadically in and around the city. The collective focuses on creating an open environment for marginalized groups.
Lisa Anne Auerbach's knitted sweaters don't just keep the body warm. Her wearable art addresses identity, politics and religion.
San Diego city officials approved a developer's request to end a loan agreement that required a prime commercial space in the East Village be rented to an arts organization at a significantly reduced price through 2027.
A $300 million landscape art project on Owens Lake is scheduled to open to the public this spring. Comprised of a main plaza and trails, the site was designed to be in harmony with the surrounding environment.
Lisa Anne Auerbach's knitted sweaters don't just keep the body warm. Her wearable art addresses identity, politics and religion.
Born in Los Angeles, CoolWorld is growing in recognition for its vivacious parties hosted sporadically in and around the city. The collective focuses on creating an open environment for marginalized groups.
In the past 10 years, there has been an explosion of art fairs around the world. Art is big business, and more and more often, that business is being done at these fairs.
A $300 million landscape art project on Owens Lake is scheduled to open to the public this spring. Comprised of a main plaza and trails, the site was designed to be in harmony with the surrounding environment.
Lisa Anne Auerbach's knitted sweaters don't just keep the body warm. Her wearable art addresses identity, politics and religion.
The Veteranas and Rucas Instagram feed flashes back to the Chicano underground scene of the 1990s.
In the past 10 years, there has been an explosion of art fairs around the world. Art is big business, and more and more often, that business is being done at these fairs.
A $300 million landscape art project on Owens Lake is scheduled to open to the public this spring. Comprised of a main plaza and trails, the site was designed to be in harmony with the surrounding environment.
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    After Sushi: Finding an Heir to San Diego's Cultural Space
    After Sushi: Finding an Heir to San Diego's Cultural Space
    San Diego city officials approved a developer's request to end a loan agreement that required a prime commercial space in the East Village be rented to an arts organization at a significantly reduced price through 2027.
    In Partnership with:
    Voice of San Diego
    The Textures and Textiles of Artist Bibi Katholm
    The Textures and Textiles of Artist Bibi Katholm
    Through the use of carefully selected fabrics and other found objects, Danish artist Bibi Katholm cuts and manipulates her materials, juxtaposing fabrics and paints to construct a visual montage not unlike a film editor when creating a scene.
    In Partnership with:
    18th Street Arts Center
    Walter Arlen: Exiled Composer's Personal Works Are Rediscovered
    Walter Arlen: Exiled Composer's Personal Works Are Rediscovered
    Born Walter Aptowitzer, composer Walter Arlen left Nazi-occupied Austria in 1939 for the United States at age 18. In Los Angeles, Arlen would become a prominent music critic but stash away his original works for many years. In recent times, an effort has been made to make his songs public.
    In Partnership with:
    The Colburn School
    At the Epicenter: Cristopher Cichocki's New Earth Art
    At the Epicenter: Cristopher Cichocki's New Earth Art
    The site-specific installations of Cristopher Cichocki's "New Earth Art" address issues related to an increasingly toxic global environment.
    In Partnership with:
    Mexicali Rose Media/Arts Center

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    Mojave Project: Needles and the Damage Done
    Mojave Project: Needles and the Damage Done
    While urban California flourishes, small towns in its arid interior are stripped for parts.
    Destination
    Artists and writers in Santa Barbara acknowledge a shared common cultural history of a not-so-distant past where California and the West were ruled by others.
    The distance from the main urban hubs has afforded SLO the capacity to retain, preserve and celebrate its agrarian Mexican and Spanish past and allowed its cities and towns to grow at a sustainable rate.
    The cultural ecology of Riverside County is as diverse as its geography.
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    Architecture/ Design

    California becomes an international export by redefining the concept of city and home.

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    Community Arts

    Through workshops, education and placed based projects, art is the connective tissue of a community.

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    Cultural Politics

    Funding bubbles, cultural deserts and the politics of access to the arts in the 21st century.

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    Film & Media Arts

    At the shadow of the entertainment industry, video artists and underground filmmakers take a stand.

    icon, Literature discipline

    Literature

    Noir, sunshine and dystopia create a multi-ethnic narrative that is read, watched and admired around the globe.

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    Multi-Disciplinary

    Multi-hyphenate works that combine disciplines, remix dogmas, and reinvent the wheel.

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    Music

    A dialogue between cultures, the music of our state serves up the California dream like no other artform.

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    Performance

    Staging the drama of California through dance, music and theater.

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    Visual Arts

    Breaking away from the European and New York vanguard, California reinvents the art world.


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