SDAI is pleased to present STANDARD FANTASTIC STUDIOS: FOR THE LOVE OF GOD WATCH THESE MOVIES, a project by Omar Lopex for the SDAI Project Space in Horton Plaza (141 Horton Plaza next to Victoria’s Secret). During the month of September, the space will be transformed into a video viewing area where audiences can watch films entirely show in analog film formats—Super 8, Hi8, 35mm—made by STANDARD FANTASTIC STUDIOS during an artist residency at San Diego Art Institute in 2016, as well as an additional curated selection of classic films. The opening reception will take place at SDAI Project Space, 141 Horton Plaza on Friday, September 9 from 6pm-8pm. The exhibition will run until Sunday, October 2, 2016
San Diego-based artist Cat Chiu Phillips used a variety of sewing and weaving techniques, including the use of plarn (yarn made from discarded plastic bags) to crochet large, abstract patterns to draw attention to the pollution created by plastic. Join Cat in this series of free, hands-on artmaking workshops, culminating in a community exhibition and installation at Westfield Horton Plaza.
Join artist Don Edler for a screening of his new work The Father the Sun and The Holy Road in conjunction with two films that informed his film and visual language. These films represent pivotal moments Edler’s development as a filmmaker, both influencing his style and approach to visual storytelling.
San Diego Art Institute is delighted to collaborate with Write Out Loud; an organization founded in 2007 with a commitment to inspire, challenge and entertain by reading short stories aloud for a live audience. Join us for a screening of The Witches at noon and perform a community read of The Twits at 3pm. Readers of all levels are welcome. Sign up begins at 1:30.
SDAI presents the third installment of Julian Klincewicz’s ongoing body of work: Hey, I Like You. Join us Friday, September 23rd, for a runway show that investigates the complicated relationship between “high fashion” and art in San Diego.
SDAI's benefit celebrating our 75th Anniversary and the vibrancy of our art community.
SDAI is pleased to present “Appropriated Touch”, a solo project by San Diego-based artist Daniel Barron Corrales, opening October 7, 2016 at SDAI Project Space in Horton Plaza.