Scary and fishy art happenings around town

There are a few things happening this weekend that are worth checking out. The first, on Saturday night, is a Halloween themed gala with costume contests, music, photo booths, gourmet food trucks, opportunity drawings and yours truly performing in the premiere storytelling performance, A Haunting in San Diego. What could this be, you ask? Well, […]

Art all over town

Sometimes there are so many small art openings happening around town that my column is best designed as a cheat sheet so that you can pick and choose what to see. This week is one of those times. So here goes! Art Produce in North Park. Community artist Cindy Zimmerman presents Time Came Around, a […]

Relive the best of ‘VAMP’

Earlier this year I joined the board of directors of two mainstream arts organizations. I decided that if I wanted to see more high profile and high caliber LGBT oriented arts events and exhibitions in San Diego then a good tactic would be to help facilitate change from within some of our city’s more notable […]

Three more days to check out this rare treat

San Diego is a relatively small town when it comes to art, so I am always rather astonished to learn about a new gallery or art-oriented event that has been active for a while. I am even more surprised when the gallery and/or event in question are showing work that is very relevant to the […]

‘Summer Break’ at SDMA

For the past few years the San Diego Museum of Art (SDMA) has packed its summer months with a great program called the Summer Salon Series; perhaps you have attended. The approximately 11-week series happened every Friday night and the roster of events scheduled to happen throughout the museum’s galleries all had themes that loosely […]

Outrageous La Mesa!

San Diego’s LGBT Pride weekend is history and Comic-Con has come and gone. So, for those of us hooked on color and spectacle, now what? What can we do? Where can we go? Well, there is never a dull moment in America’s Finest City if you know where to look. So how about looking to […]

Art, Pride and other things

Pride weekend is here once more and with it comes a plethora of artistic activity to choose from and this does not necessarily mean pictures in galleries and performances in theaters. Pride, both the parade on Saturday and the two day festival is an opportunity for the local community (plus thousands of out of town […]

A medley of juicy LGBT shows at the San Diego Fringe Festival

Summer is here and with it all kinds of arts events and outdoor activities. In August, the San Diego Museum of Art will be presenting a new incarnation of their popular Summer Salon. Before that however, those of you who are oriented toward the performing arts will have a smorgasbord of off the wall performances […]

Lux Art Institute unveils artists for 2014 residency program

Last week, Lux Art Institute unveiled its roster of five artists selected for their 2014 residency program. If you haven’t heard of or visited Lux then I encourage you to plan a trip up the coast to check out this incredibly smart and progressively modern museum purposefully nestled into an eco-hillside in Encinitas. The Lux […]

Art, art everywhere

There is a weekend of LGBT art openings before us; something happening every night and therefore something for everyone. Here below are the details: First up, Friday, June 7 stop by AHF Pharmacy (below Martini’s above Fourth) at 6:30 p.m. and enjoy The Works of John Keasler. Keasler works in many media but began painting […]

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