Part 1 of 2 Voyeurism—intense looking—and insurrection are key ingredients that succeed in the current “2015 San Diego Art Prize” exhibition at La Jolla’s Athenaeum Music & Arts Library. The awardees of the 2015 San Diego Visual Arts Network’s (SDVAN) arts prize were Wendy Maruyama and Roy McMakin, who are both artists/furniture makers. Maruyama’s work […]
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SAN DIEGO — Nudists frolicked in family-packed Balboa Park yesterday! The activist art group Parkeology claimed responsibility for the incident that took place in the Butterfly Garden grotto between two family friendly cultural institutions: the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center and San Diego History Museum. The self-proclaimed Parkeology leader and instigator Kate Clark admitted responsibility […]
One of the most in demand baritones in the opera world, Nathan Gunn, makes his San Diego Opera debut in a new opera by Jake Heggie, the composer who so impressed San Diego audiences with his opera ‘Moby-Dick’ a few seasons back . . .
Can we hear paintings? Can we see musical sounds? UC San Diego composer Lei Liang and his high-tech collaborators have fused these two unusual propositions into a provocative film titled “Deriving Worlds” . . .
Esteemed Director Jack O’Brien Directs West Coast Premiere of Jake Heggie’s ‘Great Scott’ for San Diego Opera
Former Artistic Director of San Diego’s Old Globe Theatre Jack O’Brien returns to direct ‘Great Scott,’ the new opera that he is directing for San Diego Opera
Opera NEO Artistic Director Peter Kozma announced the company’s upcoming summer festival will include Purcell’s ‘The Fairy Queen’ and Mozart’s ‘Don Giovanni’ . . .