‘So Say We All’ is at it again

Back in 2011, I helped produce a wildly popular event at the San Diego Art Institute in Balboa Park. It was called The Fab and Furious Queer Circus of Dastardly Delights. The extravaganza was the largest LGBT oriented visual and literary arts event organized by So Say We All, the local non-profit dedicated storytellers of […]

MCASD’s ’25 and Under Art Contest’ is back!

It’s no secret that I bemoan the lack of LGBT, or queer art in San Diego. Yes, the community has a theater that prioritizes gay productions and yes, there is the Art of Pride exhibition space that shows the work of a different LGBT artist each month. But, beyond this there is very little. Yet […]

Art and Facebook

I don’t know about you but Facebook has morphed from a forum where I can read about the mundane and idiosyncratic activities of my friends around the world to a kind of event invite clearing house. Every day I receive invitations to do, or see, or join one thing or another, and these are from […]


Sara Way or Sway as she is known is a queer femme photographer whose work explores sexuality, gender and desire across cultural and international boundaries. I have written about Sway before, in the context of a group show. Now, however she is showing solo, touring the West Coast with a fab sounding book of new […]

Lyrical things

Spring is in the air (here in San Diego of course, spring looks a lot like summer and winter), March is nearly upon us and I am feeling just a little lyrical. Or maybe there are a slew of lyrical-like activities happening in town these next few weeks. What could be more poetic in nature […]

Museum roundup

It’s been a while since I have provided you with a survey of the many diverse exhibitions on show around town. Since it is exhibition turnaround season I thought I would take this opportunity to let you know about what is coming and what is going. Women, War and Industry will be wrapping up its […]

Writing, reading, sharing our stories

I am reluctant to play the age card because change is inevitable and progress is … well, progress. But in this case I will. Back in the dark ages of the 1970s and 1980s when I was plump, young and oh-so serious I used to journal a lot, put onto paper all the dark and […]

Hot guys dancing

Three of the Southland’s most dynamic and daring choreographers will be showcased in Hot Guys Dancing Diversionary Cabaret’s visually stunning and viscerally potent dance series, scheduled for Jan. 9-12. Yes, there are guys, and yes, they are hot and yes, they will be dancing up a storm. , Conceived and directed by Michael Mizerany (Miss […]

A few of my favorite things

They’re here. There is no denying it. The holidays that is, and I know we are all going to be jam-packed busy with shopping and traveling and all kinds of other holiday obligations between now and 2014. But hopefully, there will be time in our hectic schedules for fun and relaxation with family and friends. […]

Focusing on photographic arts

Unfortunately, registration for the Medium portfolio reviews has closed for this year but there will be a portfolio walk at 3rdSpace in University Heights. This event allows participating portfolio review photographers to share their work with the public as well as participating reviewers who they did not meet with during the daily sessions. I’d encourage […]

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