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News, updates, and latest events for artist Dia Bassett.


An Artist and a Scientist Walk Into a Bar
Mar
9
5:30 PM17:30

An Artist and a Scientist Walk Into a Bar

I will be participating in this cool event representing the "artist"!

50 Scientists. 25 Bars. One Night. All Over San Diego County.

What sounds like the beginning of a rather bad joke is actually a fun community program by the Fleet Science Center. During Two Scientists Walk Into a Bar℠, local scientists will enjoy something we all do: a beer and good conversation in a local bar. Join them, and ask them anything you want! They'll be easy to spot. Just look for the sign that reads: "We are scientists. Ask us anything!"

We are happy to announce that our next event on Thursday, March 9, will be part of the San Diego Festival of Science and Engineering! To help celebrate science in San Diego, we are excited to host: Two Scientist Special Edition: A Scientists and an Artist Walk Into a Bar.

In this artistic variant on our popular Two Scientists Walk into a Bar program, we add a special twist by inviting artists to the mix. For this special edition, we have partnered with the San Diego Art Insititute, who will bring together artists and scientists in their upcoming exhibition Extra-Ordinary Collusion: Art & Science Collaboration. Many of the artists and scientists you'll meet during our March 9 event are participating in the exhibition.

We love hearing the questions being asked and seeing pictures of all the fun, so if you participate, be sure to post on social media, and tag the Fleet and use the hashtag #2scientists.

Stay tuned and visit over the next couple of weeks as we update the information on participating bars, artists and scientists.

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Craft (Wine) and Conversation
Feb
23
5:30 PM17:30

Craft (Wine) and Conversation

Join Emerging Museum Professionals at 57 Degrees for the first of a new EMP event series: Craft (Wine) & Conversation!

I will be facilitating a conversation about advocacy. We will discuss how we define advocacy, from the personal to the political. Questions will include: What does advocacy mean to you? How do I advocate for myself as an emerging museum/arts/culture professional? How do we advocate for the future of our industry in a changing political climate?

We've collected some articles written by those established in the arts as well as by some emerging professionals to scratch the surface of these advocacy challenges. Check them out if you can. If not, come anyways and join the conversation!

EPIP Conference Reflections by Martin Furey: http://www.epip.org/epipsd_conf_reflections?utm_campaign=epip_sd_newsdec&utm_medium=email&utm_source=epip

Emerging Museum Professionals: The Next Radical Change Makers by Holly Godward:
https://hollygodward.wordpress.com/2016/11/16/emerging-museum-professionals-the-next-radical-change-makers/

To Fund or Not To Fund Shouldn’t Be The Question by George Stelluto: http://www.juilliard.edu/journal/fund-or-not-fund-shouldn’t-be-question

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What Does San Diego Need for its Art Scene to Thrive?
Feb
11
to Mar 11

What Does San Diego Need for its Art Scene to Thrive?

A recent op-ed in Voice of San Diego laid out a lot of criticisms about the local visual art scene. The strong responses, both agreeing and disagreeing with the piece, started a dialogue that was continued in-person.

From 6 to 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 11, Bread & Salt and Voice of San Diego hosted a panel discussion about the state of the local visual arts scene and what can be done to help boost it. From a need for more serious art collectors in San Diego, to a lack of art galleries that are serious about selling artwork, the panel discussed specific examples of what is and isn't working.

The discussion was moderated by Voice of San Diego’s Kinsee Morlan.

Panelists included:
Michael James Armstrong, artist and gallery owner, ICE Gallery
Dia Bassett, artist, arts advocate, and educator
Meegan Nolan, artist and gallery owner, Low Gallery
Patricia Aguayo, artist and arts administrator
Seth Combs, editor, CityBeat
Larry Baza, chair, Commission for Arts and Culture
Cris Scorza, education curator, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego

Listen to the audio recording here.

 

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Transnational Struggles: Intersectionalities Across the Border Exhibition
Jan
30
to Feb 16

Transnational Struggles: Intersectionalities Across the Border Exhibition

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My sculpture, Ubi pus ibi evacua, will be on view in this exciting bi-national exhibition.

Exhibition Reception: February 10, 2017.

As an extension of the annual Bi-National Border Conference the Department of Chicanx Studies will be hosting a visual arts showcase at San Diego City College LUXE Gallery in February 2017.

The U.S./Mexico border is an important reference point to populations living and interacting with one another on both sides of this international boundary. In an effort to explore the impact of the border on populations living both in the U.S. and Mexico as well as creating a space for understanding how fronterizo, or border dwelling populations, perceive and respond to these impacts, San Diego City College department of Chicanx Studies hosts an annual Bi-National Border Conference. The conference allows for academics, activists, researchers, artists and performers from various disciplines to enter the conversation.

La frontera México/Estados Unidos es un importante referente para las poblaciones que viven e interactúan desde ambos lados de la línea internacional. En un esfuerzo de abordar el impacto que la frontera tiene sobre poblaciones viviendo en México y Estados Unidos y explorar desde diversas perspectivas las maneras que las poblaciones fronterizas, el departamento de Chicanx Studies de San Diego en colaboración con institutos académicos en Tijuana, organiza la Conferencia Binacional anualmente. En la Conferencia se presentan avances de investigación, muestras de arte, reportes de colectivos y narraciones de experiencias de vida.
Este año el departamento de Chicanx Studies presentará una exposición de arte en la galería LUXE en San Diego City College como extensión a la conferencia Binacional en el mes de febrero del 2017 (fechas próximamente). La exhibición será curada por Leticia Gomez-Franco y exhibirá artistas de ambos lados de la frontera entre EEUU/Mexico.

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Art San Diego 2016
Nov
3
to Nov 6

Art San Diego 2016

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ART SAN DIEGO
Contemporary Art Show

November 3 - 6, 2016

Booth #317

Opening Night: Thursday, Nov. 3 / 7:00 - 9:00pm
(Black Card & VIP Pass holders only)

Show Dates: November 4 - 6, 2016

Main Show Hours:

Friday, November 4 |12-8PM

Saturday, November 5 | 12-8PM

Sunday, November 6 | 12-5PM

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Artists Vs Curators Volleyball Tournamnet
Oct
2
12:00 PM12:00

Artists Vs Curators Volleyball Tournamnet

Did you ever wonder what it would look like to see people who never play sports play a few rounds of volleyball?

Wonder no more! Come out to Silver Strand Beach in Coronado (Bay-side by the Aquatic Center) for this free highly entertaining event 12-5pm Sunday, October 2, 2016. I'll be playing on an "artist" team with 3 other lovely artists.

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5 Years Anniversary Exhibition Opening
Sep
9
6:00 PM18:00

5 Years Anniversary Exhibition Opening

Sergott Contemporary Art Alliance

Exhibition: September 9 – November 9, 2016

Opening Reception: September 9, 2016 – 6-9pm – RSVP
Performance by Amigos Del REP: 7:30pm
Music by: MALAMANA

Location:
Private Gallery Space
Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067
RSVP: info@sergottart.com to receive directions


Artists:
Dia Bassett
Erin Dace Behling
Joseph Caroff
De La Torre Brothers
Jeanne Dunn
Emily Halpern
Belize Iristay
Robert Michael Jones
Yee Joon
Jeffrey Laudenslager
Echo Lew
Marco Miranda
Fred Ploeger
Heidi Rufeh
Jiela Rufeh
Deanne Sabeck

 

Image: Beliz Iristay, El Belis/Luggage, 2016 © Beliz Iristay

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Seeking Contributors
Aug
29
to Sep 29

Seeking Contributors

The mobile House of Extensive Things

seeks contributors

The mobile House of Extensive Things is an anti-museum of sorts, traveling by bicycle cart to local San Diego neighborhoods. The collection, or house, of extensive things will be realized by contributions from the public. The mobile House of Extensive Things becomes a free, open sharing-performance of the objects housed in its various displayed containers.

Currently, the mobile House of Extensive Things is seeking contributors to create miniature visual installations utilizing one or more containers and tins collected by the mobile House of Extensive Things founder.  Please email dia@diabassett.com for more information.

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Connective Intimations Artist Talk and Closing Event
Aug
13
6:00 PM18:00

Connective Intimations Artist Talk and Closing Event

Connective Intimations is a group exhibition at HB Punto Experimental featuring artists Dia Bassett, Dani Dodge, Janice Grisnell, and Hugo Heredia. Join the August 13th closing celebration of new works, new collaborations, and new connections and hear the artists describe their inspiration, process, and more.

Artist Talk 7:30-8:00

Entrance to gallery is on the alley behind/south of Logan Ave. There will be signs to direct you.

Please RSVP to Hugo@HugoHeredia.com

Show runs through August 13, 2016.

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MAS Attack Pop-Up Exhibition at San Diego Art Institute
Mar
19
6:00 PM18:00

MAS Attack Pop-Up Exhibition at San Diego Art Institute

Join San Diego Art Institute, partnering with Director/Curator of the Torrance Art Museum for MAS Attack: a one-night only nomadic series of exhibitions, taking place Saturday, March 19th from 6-10pm. MAS Attack travels from city to city as well as around various sites in Los Angeles, introducing artists to each other and building a wider community of networks. These events invite artists to select their own work and to come together for a single evening of informal networking; catching up with old friends and their work, discovering new artists, and meeting long-time favorites. MAS Attack foregrounds the interactions of artists and the social aspects of our shared obsessions with art.

Read more about the free event here.

View the Facebook Event Page here.

 

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Energy: Made In Form
Mar
17
6:00 PM18:00

Energy: Made In Form

This Thursday! View my newest installation at the SDSU Downtown Gallery...

Attend a tour at 6:00 or 7:00 and engage in an interactive activity in front of my newest installation, It's Immaterial, Products of Invisible Labor. I don't want to ruin the surprise, but I will say that we will be making sounds! Come join. It will be a memorable and fun event.

In conjunction with the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCASD), visual and performing arts converge at MCASD's new after-hours offering: Downtown at Sundown. On the third Thursday of every month from 5 to 8 PM, local, partners Stone Brewing Co. Store on Kettner, The Flight Path, and SDSU Downtown Gallery join MCASD to welcome you to the downtown neighborhood of Core-Columbia.

Enjoy free admission and guided tours of exhibitions at SDSU Downtown Gallery and MCASD, located just one block north of the museum. Take advantage of $5 drink and appetizer specials at The Flight Path Wine Bar & Bistro and Stone Brewing Company, next door to the museum on Kettner.

Energy: Made in Form, a group exhibition exploring the intangible concept of energy, visualized through the creative process. I will be exhibiting a new sculptural installation. Opening reception taking place 6-8pm February 4, 2016 at SDSU Downtown Gallery on 725 W. Broadway. DJ Professor Shadow will be spinning sounds inspired by our exhibition theme.

Free and open to the public.

Energy: Made in Form is inspired by San Diego State University’s current campus-wide Common  Experience theme 'Experience Energy'. From 19th century technology to handmade craft and the fantasy of science fiction, the exhibition explores the intangible concept of energy, visualized through the creative process. Varying approaches examine the amount of energy required in creating art, energy as a social issue, and energy as a state of being. Made in Form brings together works by SDSU School of Art + Design students and faculty with regional artists from California and Arizona.

Curated by Chantel Paul.

Visit the SDSU event page.

 

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Call For Artists
Feb
23
to Mar 1

Call For Artists

Call For Artists

San Diego Mesa College Museum Studies is curating an exhibition to be hosted at the new Gallery D in Barrio Logan.

Bifocal: Bridging Perspectives: is about connecting the past and the present of Barrio Logan and including different perspectives. We're looking for artists who live, work, or have a connection with Barrio Logan now or in the years past. Please include a statement with your submission and address one or more of the following questions: What role fo you play in your community, as an artist or resident? How do you feel about your identity and/or your community's identity? How have you evolved and how has the community changed? Are any of these identity/community issues reflected in your work?

Venue: Gallery D, 1878 Main ST, Unit D, San Diego, CA 92113 (Barrio Logan)

Exhibition Dates: April 9-28, 2016

Opening Reception: Saturday, April 9, 2016 in conjunction with the Barrio Art Crawl

Deadlines: Please submit materials by midnight, March 1, 2016. Selected artists will be notified by March 10.

Eligibility: Artists who apply must live, work, or have a connection with the neighborhood of Barrio Logan now or in years past. Works of all media accepted: painting, drawing, sculpture, performance, or video (for video or media works, artists need to provide their own video or projection equipment as needed). Work must be ready to hang. NO FEES.

Submission Guidelines: Email a link to your online portfolio/website, or send up to 5 good quality, low resolution JPG images to: mesamuseumstudies@gmail.com. Please include statement and bio.

About the curating organization: This exhibit is being curated by the Museum Studies advanced class at San Diego Mesa College under the direction of Professor Alessandra Moctezuma. Find them on Facebook here for updates and to view past exhibition examples under Events.

Please do not contact Gallery D, as they are not organizing this exhibition.

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An Intersection of Muralists
Feb
20
5:30 PM17:30

An Intersection of Muralists

Film Premiere, Chicano Park tour, and Q & A with Mario at Gallery D

Join us to celebrate the release of a short documentary featuring legendary Chicano artist Mario Torero. Global arts network The Artist Odyssey will celebrate the release of its forth artist documentary, Mario Torero-Artivist, a short film featuring renowned muralist and Chicano painter Mario Torero. Open to the public, the event takes place at Gallery D in Barrio Logan, where the exhibition An Intersection of Muralists is currently on view, featuring Mario and other San Diego and Baja muralists.

To join the Chicano Park tour with Mario, meet at 4:15 at the kiosk/stage in Chicano Park. This free event requires RSVP at info@theartistodyssey.com or (858) 480-1264

View the Facebook Event here.

Film screening begins at 6:45.

 

Event: An Intersection of Muralists

Location: Gallery D, 1878 Main St, Unit D, San Diego, CA 92113

Dates: February 13-March 26, 2016. Gallery hours by appointment.
Opening Reception: February 13, 2016 6-10pm.
Closing Reception: March 12, 2016 6-10pm.
Opening and Closing events will coincide with Barrio Art Crawl.

Other Gallery Events: Film premiere, TBD

About: Each mural artist is painting in a 8' x 12' space of an interior gallery wall. Artists are reflecting on the neighborhood of Barrio Logan, having many historically valuable murals painted during the Chicano movement in the late 1960s/70s and beyond, which is marked physically by nearby Chicano Park. Today, the mural and street art movement is experiencing a resurgence as the Barrio Logan neighborhood is experiencing a lot of development and a lot of popularity amongst burgeoning arts groups.

Exhibiting artists: Manu Faves, Esther Gamez Rubio, George Garcia, Sake Saratoga, Mario Torero, Melissa Walter, and Anna Zappoli

For more information: contact Curator Dia Bassett: diabassett06@yahoo.com,
or contact Gallery Director Vijay Hingorani: vijay@galleryd.us

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Curating An Art Exhibition in Barrio Logan
Dec
12
to Jan 9

Curating An Art Exhibition in Barrio Logan

  • 1878 Main St, Unit D San Diego, CA 92113 (map)
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Grand Opening art exhibition at Gallery D in Barrio Logan.

Curated By: Dia Bassett

Location: Gallery D, 1878 Main St, Unit D, San Diego, CA 92113


Dates: December 12, 2015-January 9,2016. Gallery hours by appointment only. Opening reception: December 12, 2015 6-10pm. Closing reception: January 9, 2016 6-10pm. Both receptions during Barrio Art Crawl events.

Event: It Takes An Artist: A Show About Mentorship

About: Presenting Gallery D's debut show in Barrio Logan featuring artists: Dia Bassett, Beliz Iristay, Rizzhel Javier, Bhavna Mehta, and Lee Puffer. Following the theme of mentorship, each professional artist is exhibiting work alongside that of their selected students. In addition to the featured artists, students from Rancho El Faro Orphanage in Mexico, City Tree Christian School, Palomar College, and MiraCosta College will also be exhibiting artwork.

Opening reception on December 12 in conjunction with the Barrio Art Crawl.

Recent Press:

D Gallery Debuts in Barrio Logan, Seth Combs, CityBeat

Barrio Logan Is Officially Blowing Up, Arts-Wise, Kinsee Morlan, Voice of San Diego

Artist Beliz Iristay and the El Faro Orphanage:
http://sdcitybeat.com/article-16885-ceramic-artist-beliz-iristay-helps-orphans-envision-career-paths.html
Seth Combs, San Diego CityBeat

The changing Barrio Logan community:
http://sandiegouniontribune.ca.newsmemory.com/publink.php?shareid=336065eae
James Chute, San Diego Union Tribune

 

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Soft Sculpture Using Crochet
Nov
7
2:00 PM14:00

Soft Sculpture Using Crochet

I will be leading a workshop on sculptural techniques using crochet. We will be recycling malleable materials such as fabric from used clothing, secondhand domestic wares (curtain, table cloth, etc.), wire, and more. No use for needles! I will teach you to use your hands and to build structure. I will close the workshop with a group project, when students can combine the smaller pieces into a larger installation. Bring a soft material that can be cut into continuous thread to personalize your piece.

For more information and to register and purchase tickets, check the facebook event link and the San Diego Art Institute website.

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Art San Diego 2015
Nov
5
to Nov 8

Art San Diego 2015

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This year at Art San Diego, I am collaborating with the Mesa Advanced Museum Studies class and SDAI to organize and curate a booth representing a diverse group of artists from Southern California. We have named our collective booth A Moveable Feast, inspired by Ernest Hemmingway, but taking on new meaning within the context of local contemporary art, just steps away from SDAI at Balboa Park. At our particular booth, the artwork pricing will be geared toward the affordable! So, if you're looking to either begin your art collection or add to it easily, you should definitely visit us.

From Art San Diego itself: ART SAN DIEGO 2015: ART SAN DIEGO Contemporary Art Show, with presenting sponsor UBS Financial Services, celebrates 100 years of art in beautiful Balboa Park at the Balboa Park Activity Center this November (Nov. 5-8, 2015). This year's theme, [META.MORPHOSIS], will showcase the chronology of art culture in Balboa Park and San Diego.

Over 60 galleries from the U.S., Canada, Europe, Latin America and Asia will showcase paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, photographs, videos and cutting-edge multimedia artworks during ART SAN DIEGO. Visitors will not only enjoy four days of art, but will immerse themselves in dynamic programming that includes compelling site and theme specific art projects, art talks, panel discussions and a curated selection of emerging and spotlight artists.

This year's event is sure to be memorable, exciting, and engaging on many levels. Don't miss out! Find the Facebook event for Art San Diego here.

And get your tickets for general admission and the VIP Opening Night Party through Eventbrite here. You can also read more about ART SAN DIEGO 2015 through their website here, and see our booth listed in the Art Labs section.

See you there November 5-8!

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Call For Materials!
Oct
20
to Dec 20

Call For Materials!

  • 725 West Broadway San Diego, CA, 92101 United States (map)
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Call for Fabric Donations!!

If you're making room in your closet for new clothes, consider donating something to become part of Dia Bassett 's ‪#‎workinprogress‬ for the upcoming show at the @sdsudtg! Clothes, linens, curtains, and clear plastic hangers are all fair game to be dropped off Thur. - Mon. 11am to 4pm at the SDSU Downtown Gallery - 725 w. Broadway with Chantel Paul.

**Optional- tell Dia a little something personal about the donation and if you'd like, leave an email contact for her. Message me if you're interested!

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Becoming a Teaching Artist
Sep
17
9:00 AM09:00

Becoming a Teaching Artist

I am happy to announce that I will begin teaching art this September for two San Diego organizations: CoTA (Collaboration of Teachers and Artists) and City Tree Christian School. I will be working with children in grades K-12 all together. Over the last two years, I have had the opportunity to work as an Independent Curator, which I have really enjoyed, but I have also missed being an Educator. From 2010-2013, I worked at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego as a Teaching Artist and Gallery Educator, working with students and adults from all over the county.

Finally, I will be able to work with children again and help shape their creative minds! Stay tuned for news on future children's art exhibitions.

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Sep
15
to Sep 23

Call For Artists via SDAI and Mesa Museum Studies

San Diego Art Institute: A Moveable Feast.


Curated by the San Diego Mesa College Museum Studies Program for ART San Diego 2015 Contemporary Art Fair
The San Diego Mesa College Museum Studies program and the San Diego Art Institute have teamed up to showcase the work of emerging and established artists.
A feast of visual works by artist members of SDAI and San Diego Mesa College students and faculty will be featured at this premiere contemporary arts venue. The booth will establish a connection with SDAI’s space in Balboa Park, highlighting works by its affiliates.
The collaboration between these two organizations is rooted in our mutual interests to promote artists, exhibit their works, and network with the San Diego community.
Museum Studies students will be curating the exhibit, managing the booth and focusing on outreach during the art fair.

CALL FOR ARTISTS - ART San Diego 2015 Booth San Diego Art Institute/San Diego Mesa College

THEME:    San Diego Art Institute: A Moveable Feast curated by the San Diego Mesa College Museum Studies Program. This is an opportunity to showcase and sell your work in an arts venue with over 15,000 visitors. Theme is open.

VENUE:        ART San Diego 2014 Contemporary Art Fair, Balboa Park Activity Center,
2145 Park Boulevard, San Diego, CA 92101

EXHIBITION:    Thursday November 5- Sunday November 8

RECEPTION:     Thursday November 5, 7-9pm VIP Opening

DEADLINES:     Please submit materials to mesamuseumstudies@gmail.com by midnight, Wednesday, September 23, 2015
    Selected artists notified: Monday, October 5
    Delivery of artwork: Wednesday, October 28, 9am-5pm
    Pick up of artwork:  Tuesday, November 10, 9am-5pm
    (Delivery and Pick up of art work at San Diego Mesa College Gallery/Workroom D-102)

ELIGIBILITY:    This exhibition is open artist members of the San Diego Art Institute and San Diego Mesa College art students and faculty. All applicants are encouraged to become members of SDAI. 2D pieces of work up to 24” x 36” and 3D pieces up to 15” x 15” x 15”.  Small and medium works preferred. All 2D artwork must be framed and ready to be hung by a wire mounting.  All artwork must be available for sale, preferably $350 or less. We will be adding a 30% commission fee to your price. Original artwork only, please.

FEES:     There are no fees for submitting your work for consideration. There will be a 30% commission fee added to your price.

SUBMISSIONS:     Submit 5 low resolution jpeg images of individual works available and a link to your website or online portfolio. Include a brief bio and/or artist statement in the body of the email. PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT OR SUBMIT images to the San Diego Art Institute, as they are not responsible for choosing artists or curating the exhibit.

ABOUT US:     This show is a curatorial project of the advanced students of the Museum Studies program at San Diego Mesa College, headed by Professor Alessandra Moctezuma and in collaboration with San Diego Art Institute. For information on past exhibits please visit the San Diego Mesa College Museum Studies Facebook page.

Submit your materials and direct questions to:
mesamuseumstudies@gmail.com

 

 

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Jul
16
to Jan 16

6-Month Long Project, Participation in California Network for Collaboration To Begin

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I am pleased to announce my acceptance to a development opportunity via California Association of Museums' the California Network for Collaboration: Engagement Learning Collaborative in the San Diego region. This unique opportunity called for applications to the project, and mine was accepted. The first meeting begins July 16th at the San Diego Public Library. Stay tuned for more details on what this 6-month long project entails!

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Jul
15
6:00 PM18:00

Crit Group with Dia Bassett July 15th

San Diego Art Institute's Crit Group,

July 15th, 6-8:30pm.

RSVP by July 5th.

Artists are invited to bring finished works or works in progress--either physically or via flash drive--to discuss with the group. Space is extremely limited, and offered on a first-come, first-served basis. RSVP to director@sandiego-art.org.

July's guest curator is Dia Bassett, an artist and curator with an MFA from San Diego State University. She curates exhibitions merging visual arts in diverse media with performance and community-engaging activities. She has curated at galleries such as Planet Rooth Design Haus in downtown San Diego, and A Ship In The Woods in Del Mar, California.

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July 10th Artist Talk and Closing Party for What Remains
Jul
10
5:00 PM17:00

July 10th Artist Talk and Closing Party for What Remains

Artist Talk and Closing Party for San Diego Art Institute's exhibition What Remains: Debris and Detritus in Fine Art

5-7pm: Guided Tour of Exhibition and Artist Talk with participating artists: Rachel Erwin, Cat Chiu Phillips, Brian Benfer, Dia Bassett, Jon-Loren Bazan, Joshua Krause, Wick Alexander, Matthew Mahoney, Meegan Nolan, Larry Caveney, and Phillip Petrie, Iaian Gunn, and Bridget Rountree.

7-9pm: Closing Party for SDAI's Artist-in-Residence Matthew Mahoney and current exhibition What Remains: Debris and Detritus in Fine Art

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