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‘Big Bang’ Benefit Bolsters UC San Diego Student Engagement Through the Arts April 6

February 25, 2014

Arts patrons and campus supporters will come together Sunday, April 6 for the University of California, San Diego’s annual Big Bang at ArtPower! fundraiser. Chaired by ArtPower! supporter Martha Dennis, the celebration includes a festive brunch and special performance by the Escher String Quartet. In addition, donors Joan Jordan Bernstein…

Pacific Standard Time: UC San Diego Artists Featured in a Celebration of Southern California Art

November 1, 2011

…Time: UC San Diego Artists Featured in a Celebration of Southern California Art “29 Arrests: Headquarters of the 11th Naval District, May 4, 1972, San Diego” (detail), 1972, by Fred Lonidier, UC San Diego professor of visual arts. Courtesy of the artist. The Pacific Standard Time festival, a celebration and…

UC San Diego Graduating Artists are ‘Stepping Away’ with Downtown Exhibition

May 26, 2017

The diversity and talent of graduating University of California San Diego artists is currently highlighted in “A Step Away: Artists from the M.F.A. Program at UC San Diego,” an exhibition showing through May 29 at the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego (MCASD).

Exhibit to Showcase Preuss Students’ Sustainable Art

June 5, 2012

…Showcase Preuss Students’ Sustainable Art Recycled magazines, eco-friendly ink and a rolling pin may not sound like your typical art supplies, but these are a few of the tools students at The Preuss School UCSD have used to create sustainable works of art, which will be on display at the…

UC San Diego Visual Arts Students Break Boundaries at the Mall

January 29, 2016

…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.

Biologists Discover Solution to Problem Limiting Development of Human Stem Cell Therapies

January 2, 2014

…that could prevent the human immune system from rejecting the grafts derived from human embryonic stem cells, a major problem now limiting the development of human stem cell therapies. Their discovery may also provide scientists with a better understanding of how tumors evade the human immune system when they spread…

UC San Diego Visual Arts Graduate Students Showcase their Talents

March 2, 2017

…and creativity in visual arts at the university, UC San Diego Department of Visual Arts graduate students have organized two full days of programs designed to welcome the campus and community. The annual events known as the “Ph.D. Symposium” and the “Open Studios” highlight graduate student achievements. The programs take…

Qualcomm Institute and San Diego Art Institute Partner to Push Contemporary Art into the Future

November 14, 2018

The Qualcomm Institute at UC San Diego and the San Diego Art Institute announced the formation of a new alliance that will fuse cutting-edge technology and contemporary art in the heart of Balboa Park.

Anna Sew Hoy Selected as Inaugural Artist in Residence at UC San Diego

November 9, 2017

…Hoy Selected as Inaugural Artist in Residence at UC San Diego Residency established by endowment honoring late artist, educator and Mingei International Museum founder Martha Longenecker Roth Anna Sew Hoy (Photo by Milan Zrnic/ Double magazine) Artist Anna Sew Hoy has been selected as the inaugural Martha Longenecker Roth Distinguished…

UC San Diego Visual Arts Kicks Off Anniversary Celebration with ‘Object Type’

May 4, 2016

…Diego’s Department of Visual Arts is embarking on a series of programs to celebrate its upcoming 50th anniversary entitled, “VISUAL ARTS@50: ART INTO LIFE.” Kicking off the celebration is “Object Type,” an exhibition that runs May 3 – 13 in the Visual Arts Gallery, at the SME Building on campus.

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