skip to main content

Listen

Read

Watch

Schedules

Programs

Events

Give

Account

Donation Heart Ribbon

Visual Arts

Tiki Oasis Goes Beat, Can You Dig It?

Aug. 15
By Beth Accomando, Katie Schoolov
Tease photo

Tiki Oasis boasts that it is the biggest tiki weekender on the planet and will quell your wanderlust and quench your thirst.

'Angels, Aliens And Drag Queens' At The Ocean Beach Playhouse

Aug. 7
By Beth Accomando, Nicholas McVicker
Tease photo

The Ocean Beach Playhouse has been enlivening the arts scene with theater, film and music for the past four years. Saturday they present their first standalone group art show "Angels, Aliens and Drag Queens."

New Timken Director Will Run Museum From New York

July 17
By Angela Carone
Tease photo

The new director of the Timken Museum of Art will be based in New York City. He replaces John Wilson, who abruptly resigned two weeks ago after six years at the helm. KPBS looks at what this might mean for the future of this small but cherished museum in Balboa Park.

San Diego Fringe 2014 Awards

July 16
By Beth Accomando
Tease photo

San Diego International Fringe wrapped on Sunday. Here are the shows that took home the awards.

Exhibition Celebrates Work By San Diego Artists Baldessari, Baldwin, Morris And Matheny

July 3
Midday Edition
Evening Edition
Tease photo

An exhibition of the work of four mid-century San Diego artists gets underway the July 4 weekend at the Oceanside Museum of Art. The show is called "Spitting in the Wind: Art From The End of the Line."

MCASD La Jolla Chooses Architect For Expansion

March 14
By Angela Carone
Tease photo

MCASD has chosen New York-based Selldorf Architects to design an expansion planned for the La Jolla museum.

Del Mar House Provides Artists Sanctuary, For Now

March 3
By Angela Carone
Tease photo

In an enclave in Del Mar, a group of artists have transformed a dated, rundown home into an artist community and gallery space. But they don’t own the house, and the house has a date with the wrecking ball.

Rebuilding San Diego's African American Museum Of Fine Art

Feb. 11
Midday Edition
Tease photo

For more than 10 years, San Diego's African American Museum of Fine Art was nearly non-existent until now. The museum has a new home and new leadership.

Leonard Knight, Creator of Salvation Mountain, Dies At 82

Feb. 10
By Angela Carone
Tease photo

Leonard Knight devoted his life to painting a desert mountain that carried the message 'God is Love.' He died Monday in El Cajon.

Art Rescued By 'Monuments Men' At San Diego Museum of Art

Feb. 7
By Angela Carone
Tease photo

"The Monuments Men," staring George Clooney, opens this weekend. The true story of how these men rescued artwork looted by the Nazis in World War II has a San Diego connection.

Christo Talks About His Artwork, Jeanne-Claude And Garlic

Feb. 5
By Angela Carone
Tease photo

A conversation with the artist Christo, about his career, working without his longtime collaborator and wife, Jeanne-Claude, and the new exhibit at MCASD La Jolla.

Christo Lectures At MCASD To Open Exhibit

Jan. 31
By Angela Carone
Tease photo

The artist Christo, known for large scale works like The Gates in Central Park, will lecture at MCASD in conjunction with a new exhibit of his work.

Brother Artists Exhibit Craft And Memories At Mingei

Jan. 31
By Angela Carone
Tease photo

The work of two brothers who make obsessively detailed art is now on view at the Mingei International Museum in Balboa Park. The artists tap their shared family memories for inspiration.

Artist David Adey's Ambitious New Solo Exhibit At La Jolla Gallery

Jan. 17
By Angela Carone
Tease photo

If artist David Adey has an idea, he's going to figure out how to execute it; Adey’s new show at the Scott White Contemporary Art gallery in La Jolla offers more big ideas brought to life.

San Diego's Ecosystems On Exhibit At Natural History Museum

Jan. 9
Midday Edition
Tease photo

A new exhibit at the San Diego Natural History Museum displays San Diego's rich ecosystems in all their beauty and complexity.

‹ Newer Stories