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‘Tag’ honors internees

by Staff

February 12, 2012

The University Art Gallery was alive with activity Friday night. Drums could be heard from as far away as Parking Structure 4 as the School of Art, Design and Art History opened former wood-working professor Wendy Maruyama’...

See ‘Phenomenal’ exhibit before last day

by John Anderson

January 19, 2012

While some of the most memorable and exciting exhibitions to come through the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego have featured street art and graffiti, the latest works on display demonstrate art of a different sort. A quick...

Student shows art of a self-proclaimed ghost

by Spike Hemans

February 2, 2011

Few people know there is a genuine living legend residing quietly in the art department. Graduate student Lee Jaffe has done it all, from producing reggae records to documenting Brazilian MMA fighters, and recently published a ...

A MASTERED MUSE: La Jolla gallery spotlights ‘Obey’ street artist

by Staff

October 28, 2010

Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego takes a chance with new show Spike Hemans, Contributor Instead of canvas, some artists use bricks and mortar. Instead of an easel, some artists stand on cement and use the urban landscape to guid...