For those who are as interested in making art as they are seeing it at the upcoming La Jolla Art & Wine Festival, some family-centered festival favorites that were put on pandemic pause are making a return for the 2022 event — notably, the Geppetto’s Family Art Center and other activities for the festival’s youngest guests.
In facing the death of a loved one earlier this year, Amelia Eastman felt a range of emotion.
Blending the traditional Japanese art form gyotaku (fish printing) with the native marine species of La Jolla, a showcase of works by La Jolla resident Rocky Frost is on view at BFree Studio in The Village through Sunday, Sept. 25.
An exhibit in La Jolla featuring the first public display of artworks by former La Jolla Shores gallery owner Mary MacLaren will go on this month following her death Sept. 12, according to her daughter, Pamela Little.
Claire Starkweather Forrest explores the impact of housing costs on families in her current exhibit in the gallery at St. James by-the-Sea Episcopal Church in La Jolla.
Focusing on what Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego Director and Chief Executive Kathryn Kanjo calls “the power of transformation,” the institution has revealed a new exhibit of mixed-media collages drawn from film, literature and pop culture.
After more than 20 years of bringing a paper theater festival to UC San Diego, Scott Paulson is creating an exhibition of the Victorian-era treasures for the La Jolla Historical Society.
When local artist Faiya Fredman died in 2020, she left behind an artistic legacy that spanned seven decades and included dozens of regional exhibitions and hundreds of works.
Katelyn Wang has spent the past year using art to share her passion for social justice with her fellow students at The Bishop’s School in La Jolla.
As part of a multi-library tour across San Diego, the La Jolla/Riford Library will host something most people rarely see — an exhibit highlighting the faces and stories of some of the area’s unhoused residents.