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Perry Vasquez: Collaborate Jul 31, 2015 The local artist, teacher and curator will discuss the importance of artistic collaboration at this CreativeMornings talk. 112 other events on Friday, July 31
 
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Tuesday, July 28,2015
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'Writing with Pictures' explores the art of picture books

Children’s books exhibition in Escondido is a page-turner

By Kinsee Morlan
Joy Chu's deep knowledge of illustrated children's books is palpable. She's worked in the industry for decades so she's seen all the trends and been through all the ups and downs.
Tuesday, July 28,2015
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Kristina Bell DiTullo selected for the Athenaeum's annual juried exhibition

San Diego newcomer is one of 41 San Diego artists picked for the prestigious show

By Kinsee Morlan
Artist Kristina Bell DiTullo is one of 41 San Diego artists selected for the 24th Annual Juried Exhibition, opening from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Friday, July 31, at the Athenaeum Music & Arts Library (1
Tuesday, July 28,2015
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Inocente found

The star of an Oscar-winning documentary comes of age

By Kinsee Morlan
Inocente recently turned 21, but she's been doing adult-like things far longer. The intimate details of her difficult childhood are divulged in Inocente, a 40-minute documentary by filmmakers Sean Fine and Andrea Nix Fine that aired on MTV in 2012 and won an Academy Award in 2013.
Tuesday, July 21,2015
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A renaissance on Logan Avenue

It’s taken a village to grow one block of this Barrio Logan thoroughfare into a thriving arts district

By Kinsee Morlan
Things have changed dramatically for this small block of Logan Avenue over the last few years. The arts spaces have attracted small businesses and, thanks largely to the ongoing Barrio Art Crawl events that invite outsiders in to explore art spaces throughout all of Barrio Logan, the block is slowly becoming recognized as one of San Diego's newest and most exciting emerging arts districts.
Monday, July 20,2015
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History halted

Oceanside Museum of Art cancels an exhibition based on the writings of Robert L. Pincus

By Kinsee Morlan
An ambitious exhibition originally scheduled to open in November at the Oceanside Museum of Art (OMA) has been cancelled.
Monday, July 20,2015
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Home is where the art is

Steven Churchill and Doug Simay’s cozy new pop-up exhibitions featuring works from their private collections

By Kinsee Morlan
Standing inside his bathroom, Steven Churchill is showing me a few photos from his personal collection. "The work always has a story," he says of the limited-edition prints by artists like Mariela Sancari and Emma Hardy. "That's what interests me; to hear why people do what they do.
Monday, July 13,2015
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Interact at San Diego’s Art of Pride

Artist Carl Raymond Schmidt says it’s OK to play

By Kinsee Morlan
As a gay-rights activist for the last four decades, Carl Raymond Schmidt's artwork has explored all sorts of related themes.
Monday, July 13,2015
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Urbana’s urban art gallery

Real estate company carves out significant space for local art

By Kinsee Morlan
It's not totally earth shattering or even new or different, but incorporating original art in a building is a good idea and certainly one that not enough local real-estate companies are doing.
Wednesday, July 8,2015
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Patrick Yurick: Many-hat man

The San Diego artist on MakingComics.com, “Hipster Picnic” and the curse of his comic-strip arm tattoo

By Kinsee Morlan
Everyone should be able to pick up comic-book making by tomorrow. So says Patrick Yurick, the San Diego artist and educator behind MakingComics.com, a project that provides free comicbook-making materials to the masses.
Tuesday, July 7,2015
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Matthew Mahoney's wild worlds

See his and other artists' upcycled creations in SDAI's 'What Remains: Debris and Detritus in Fine Art'

By Kinsee Morlan
Matthew Mahoney's been putting in long hours as the San Diego Art Institute's artist-in-residence. The exotic fruits of his labor can be seen in two otherworldly sculptural installations on view in "What Remains: Debris and Detritus in Fine Art," a group exhibition showing through Sunday, July 12.
 
 
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