This exhibition invited artists to create work incorporating found or discarded materials. Partnering with EDCO, the City of San Diego Environmental Services Department and San Diego County Office of Education, SDAI will simultaneously exhibit "Dare to Reuse", an exhibition of student artwork. Leading up to these exhibitions, SDAI hosted free, hands-on workshops in the gallery each Saturday from 12pm-2pm starting March 14th. "What Remains: Debris and Detritus in Fine Art" will include several large, site-specific installations created from recycled materials, as well as the debut screening of a documentary about the Tijuana River Watershed.
Solo shows by Betty Hock and Jack Wade concurrent with "What Remains"
Summer workshops are designed to help artists explore new media and techniques, develop a technical toolkit, and interface with working, professional artists who can offer guidance in the cultivation of a creative voice and individual aesthetic.
All workshops blend creative disciplines and are designed for hobbyists, creatively minded individuals pursuing education or a career in the arts, or amateurs of any skill level. All ages are welcome.
San Diego Art Institute is inviting artists to submit work for the upcoming group exhibition “(Con)Text: Rethinking Language in Art” opening to the public on July 24, 2015. This exhibition invites artists of all media to submit work incorporating text, language, coding, spoken word, literature, books, etc. into their work. Text-based art, sound work, photography, collage, painting, sculpture, and video are all welcome.
Register your 1st-8th grader for SDAI's summer camps today! Each week long, half day camp will provide participants with a stimulating and fun environment where they'll be free to explore self-expression through artmaking in various creative mediums, as well as the many natural wonders and attractions of Balboa Park! Each camp will provide activities that are age-appropriate and will take place both indoors in our studio space as well as out and about in the park.