S.D. African American Museum of Fine Arts Swings High with New Exhibition

By Kraig Cavanaugh | September 14, 2015 |

Featuring a stellar roster of talents such as artists Elizabeth Catlett, Romare Bearden, and Jonathan Green, the recently revived San Diego African American Museum of Fine Arts presents a major cultural gift to San Diego. Alone, worthy of rushing to view the exhibition is Catlett’s magnificent, rare bronze sculpture titled “Portrait of a Man,” 1973. The museum’s new temporary art exhibition is on display at the SDSU Art Gallery’s (Downtown) venue… (read more).

Queering Leni Riefenstahl

By Bill Eadie | September 13, 2015 |

Director Matt M. Morrow gets the depth of what author Jordan Harrison is after, and his sharp production feels as layered as it needs be…

‘Big Fish’ Doesn’t Wilt at Moonlight

By Bill Eadie | September 10, 2015 |

Sometimes, when you take a show out of the hothouse that is Broadway and make it available for less harried regional audiences, what wilted in the hothouse blooms when transplanted. And sometimes, the show stays wilted…

Reflections on the 2015 Carlsbad Music Festival

By Ken Herman | August 30, 2015 |

Both Minimalism and Maximalism were joyously celebrated on Saturday (August 29) at this year’s Carlsbad Music Festival . . .

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