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At Joshua Tree National Park, Spencer Fields held his own art installation during Thanksgiving weekend in 2020, using balloons that are spray painted and fishing wire to make it seem that the balloons are floating. Fields photo

MAGAZINE: City College artists navigate the pandemic

City College artists continue to create during the pandemic
Rachel de la Torre, Multimedia Journalist June 4, 2021
Due to COVID-19, artists all over the world have had to navigate creating, showing and selling their art to the public in new ways. San Diego City College is home to incredible artists of all kinds -- performers, painters, ceramicists, sculptors, multimedia artists and everything in between.
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Laurie Ann Guerrero, Texas Poet Laureatte, reads Atlas, a poem from a current project entitled Redwork, in which each poem is also represented as an embroidery piece done in the redwork style. Zoom screenshots

Former Texas poet laureate turns ancestral knowledge into art

Laurie Ann Guerrero passionately tells her stories, and those of her ancestors, through words and other mediums
Kathryn Gray, Multimedia Journalist April 12, 2021
For Laurie Ann Guerrero, former Texas poet laureate and current writer-in-residence at Texas A&M University San Antonio, writing is like breathing.
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Robin Thicke singing Blurred Lines in the music video.

Decade Review: Songs

Music has evolved over the past ten years, here are some of the most notable songs from the past decade.
Madai Gurrola , Staff Writer December 19, 2019
Take a look at the biggest song of each year.
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Art from drawing exhibition at City Gallery

Works of art on display

Drawing exhibit featuring art from local and outside artists is available throughout February.
Scott Gardinier, Staff Writer February 20, 2019
San Diego City College’s Fine Arts Department is bringing professional artwork to campus with “startingLINE,” an art exhibition focused on drawing.
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“Batgirl” #41 variant cover by Rafael Albuquerque. Official image

No laughing matter

How a comic book cover pushed the limit and brought
 a much needed conversation of art to the forefront
Angelica Wallingford, Editor in Chief April 21, 2015

Art is something that is subjective. Not everyone is going to like every piece of literature, music, etc., that is out there. Chances are, if you gave a million people the exact same book, it would be...

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One of several little stands where local artists can be seen selling their art in North Park. Jennifer Ovalle, City Times.

Local artwork showcased at ‘Ray at Night’

Jennifer Ovalle December 14, 2013

With finals looming by, it can be unnerving for many and what better detour to take than a captivating art walk such as the Ray at Night event in the artsy and hipster neighborhood of North Park.This local...

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Salvador Torres works on his drawings at a local San Diego cafe in October.Photo credit: Andrew Hahn.

The Architect of the Dream

Juan Carlos Siezar December 8, 2013

Everyone can think about or plan something for the future. As a matter of fact, most people do it constantly, but it takes more than that to become a true visionary and see beyond what the rest can see....

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