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UC San Diego ‘Revolutionizes’ Annual Symposium and Open Studios

March 3, 2016

The UC San Diego Department of Visual Arts is hosting, Local Revolutions: the Ninth-Annual Ph.D. Symposium and Open Studios, Sat. March 5 with events happening at the Visual Arts Presentation Lab (SME 149), Pepper Canyon Hall and throughout the Visual Arts Facility (VAF). This year’s symposium, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., features keynote speaker Lucy R. Lippard, a renowned writer, activist and curator who has published several books about contemporary art and cultural studies. Open Studios runs from 2:00 to 7:00 p.m. in the VAF and features more than 30 artist studios alongside group exhibitions, performances and film screenings.

UC San Diego Visual Arts Students Break Boundaries at the Mall

January 29, 2016

The University of California, San Diego is an institution known for achieving scientific and creative innovations. So it is no surprise that the Department of Visual Arts broke boundaries and crossed audiences when it recently transformed a 2,500 square-foot, San Diego Art Institute (SDAI) project-space at Horton Plaza into an unexpected home for innovative contemporary art.

New UC San Diego Visual Arts Major Emphasizes Designing for the Future

January 7, 2016

Like the campus to which it belongs, the UC San Diego Department of Visual Arts blends art, science and emerging technologies. Accordingly, with an eye on the future and an emphasis on students’ marketable skills, the department offers a unique approach to design with a new undergraduate major called, “speculative design.” The first courses, already with wait-lists, are underway during Winter Quarter 2016.
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