San Diego DancesMar 06, 2015The PGK Dance Project and guest dancers team up for this fifth bi-annual show. Performances include a performance inspired by Jean Paul Satre and a special appearance by the SD Women's Chorus.75 other events on Friday, March 6
These days, Spenser Little’s doing a lot of work with copper, which he manipulates into everything from art nouveau, European-style portraits of women—some are 6 feet tall—to entire poems that he’s able to create in 20 different fonts.
These days, Zoro Garden in Balboa Park is a popular place to tie the knot, but in 1935, it was the site of the most controversial attraction at the California Pacific International Exposition—a nudist colony of mostly young women.
In its fourth year, Art San Diego Contemporary Art Fair (Sept. 6 through 9) is making a symbolic move to the Balboa Park Activity Center, a location that challenges the church-and-state separation of museums and commercial art events.
This week’s cover is a recreation of artist Dave Warshaw’s Urban Taxidermy, his name for a series of nightmarish creatures that he draws on wood using a ballpoint pen—from flying monkeys with antlers to bobcats with talons.