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01.22.2015 by Nate Martins
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Dichotomy often breeds art. Those artists who are split between feelings or choices or people or places fill the void produced by two opposing poles with creative energy. Take Chicano Park’s 72 outdoor murals (largest collection in the US) that cam ... [more]
Macramé is back. Yeah, that's right, the cult classic '70s decór item is all the rage again, and you can get in on the action. Chelsea Virginia, macramé crafter extraordinaire, will lead participants on a two-hour macramé excursion that will end with a completed wall hanging. You'll also get two craft cocktails to make the crafting that much more fun.[more]
A mini-series from Designing Minds. One of San Diego’s most stunning drinking and dining establishments is the venue for an intimate and in-depth conversation with the men behind it. Arsalun Tafazoli, Co-Founder of Consortium Holdings, and Paul Basile, Designer/Builder and Principal of BASILE Studio, join us to share the stories of Ironside Fish & Oyster; from concept and site selection to the complete and considered transformation of an aging structure into a gorgeous, award-winning gathering space. Ticket price includes one cocktail.[more]
Besides the Weather
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David Fobes   Designer/Artist/Teacher, SDSU
Where did you grow up?  My dad was a physician in the United States Navy and we traveled around the country quite a bit until my identical twin and I were fourteen. Places we lived included: Detroit (my birth place), Honolulu, Bethesda Hospital where my dad was chief of pathology, Oakland and finally settling in […] [more]