High Tech High student and Communications intern Hannah Van Arsdale took a behind the scenes look at what makes the Museum tick. Hannah chatted with teens, Curators, Human Resources, and more as she explored the "Art People" behind the Museum walls.
Beautiful work Hannah. We hope you enjoyed your time at MCASD as much as we enjoyed having you here.
October 1 marked the beginning of Fall for the Arts, a month-long spotlight on the many vibrant arts and cultural activities throughout the region, initiated by the City of San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture in conjunction with National Arts and Humanities Month.
This weekend, the highly anticipated San Diego Film Festival lands at our location in La Jolla. For tickets and a full schedule of events, please visit the San Diego Film Festival website.
Only MCASD Members will receive a 20% discount off VIP, Festival, Screening and Day passes (promo code: MCASD). This discount is not available anywhere else. Not an MCASD Member? Join now! Membership starts at $45.
Part film curator and part filmmaker, Neil Kendricks is a guru of the silver screen. Throughout the year he visits film festivals across the country, painstakingly plotting to bring the very best selection of this year's short films to alt.pictureshows, MCASD's annual film festival. Take a look at what he's got up his sleeve for the 10th anniversary of this highly anticipated event. Don't miss the action on August 30, 7-10 PM, at MCASD La Jolla. Get your tickets now.
More than 4,200 votes were cast on Facebook, and more than 200 votes were cast in person at last week’s showcase event! We are pleased to announce the People’s Choice winners of the “Get Famous with the Greedy Organ” art competition. Click here to see images of the winner's artworks.
During spring 2012, San Diego/ Tijuana-based artist Elizabeth Chaney collaborated with the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego’s Teen Art Council (TAC) to design and implement “A Night of Forks & Film.” This public teen program invited 50 San Diego teens to an artist-curated dinner to discuss issues raised by the film Isaac Julien: Ten Thousand Waves, a nine-screen video installation that explores the movement of people across countries and continents and meditates on unfinished journeys.
This summer, the Nationwide Museum Mascot Project (NWMMP) will start and end its 2012 Summer Tour at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego (MCASD). The tour kicks off Sunday, June 3, where the mascot will greet visitors at MCASD La Jolla and direct them to the Sculpture Garden (the galleries will be closed for installation), and then travel downtown via public transit to greet visitors at MCASD Downtown in the afternoon.
Beginning today through September 30, you can see artwork by the top 10 California finalists in this year's Doodle 4 Google competition. Entries are featured in the display windows inside One America Plaza at the corner of Kettner and Broadway. One of the four national finalists was 12-year-old Herman Wang of West Covina, who will receive a $5,000 scholarship for college from Google.