Kim NiehansDec 12, 2013An artist talk with Niehans about her newest art installation, When Words Fall Away. The intimate dialogue will highlight her art making process and give insight into her life as a working artist, painter and mother.40 other events on Thursday, December 12
It’s easy to follow Anselmo Garcia through the alleys of his memory, as a graffiti artist in Tijuana since the early 1990s and part of the Barrio Logan art movement that’s changing the perception of the neighborhood today.
Expect a tad more convenience from Oscar’s Mexican Seafoodthan you would from a mariscos truck: There’s a small patio out front with stools lining a counter and enough room inside by the cashier to seat a few more
When the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego received a donation from photography collectors Dan Greenberg and Susan Steinhauser about a month ago, it struck a chord with the museum’s education curator, Cris Scorza.
More often than not, dishes with meat at Thai joints sound better on the menu than they actually are. One time, I wanted to impress a friend with what I thought at the time was the best hole-in-the-wall Thai food in town.
After six exhibitions, Ice Gallery is finished. On Monday, CityBeat was forwarded an email, dated Nov. 21 and sent to undisclosed recipients, with the subject line, “ICE Gallery is Dead. You get your money back! :)”
Music is a driving force for Jimmy Ovadia, whose painting “Guilt by Association” appears on the cover of CityBeat this week. Not many artists can say that their first big break came from one their favorite bands, but that’s what happened when Ovadia pitched an album cover idea to Louis XIV via MySpace in 2005.
John Antoski says that the three-dimensional artwork on the cover of this week’s CityBeat was inspired by the daredevils of Niagara Falls—you know, those crazy people who attempt to survive the great plunge in a wooden barrel.