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Kinsee Morlan

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Kinsee Morlan has been covering arts and culture in San Diego and Tijuana for over a decade. She's currently the engagement editor and author of the Culture Report at Voice of San Diego. Morlan's got two young, beautiful boys and a bearded, craft-beer-loving husband. She lives in Lemon Grove, a quirky suburb of San Diego.

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Ana Teresa Fernandez, "Erasing the Border," 2012
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Artbound

Daring Artists Who Created Memorable (and Controversial) Art at the U.S.-Mexico Border

The U.S.-Mexico border has been the site of bold art actions, exhibitions and performances that have tackled themes like immigration, human rights and binational policies.
Kathryn Kanjo, director of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego
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Artbound

San Diego’s Arts Scene Has More Leading Ladies Than Ever

There are now more women leading major arts organizations here than ever. For many of the institutions, it’s just the first or second time a woman has been at the helm.
Chicano Park mural
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Artbound

Chicano Park’s History Could Fill a Museum

Chicano Park activists have a name picked out for a future museum, and a website. What they don’t have is a building -- that’s where they hope the city steps in.
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Artbound

After Sushi: Finding an Heir to San Diego's Cultural Space

San Diego city officials approved a developer's request to end a loan agreement that required a prime commercial space in the East Village be rented to an arts organization.
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Artbound

Michael Trigilio and Messages to the Future

What part of human existence should we preserve for future generations? San Diego multimedia artist Michael Trigilio captures the folly of sending messages to the future.
"Flock" (Detail), California Biennial, Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, CA, Intallation View, 2010.
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Artbound

Body of Work: David Adey's Ambitous Experiments

David Adey is the type of artist whose complex ideas and concepts are often too time-consuming or expensive for him to actually bring to life -- but for his big solo show next year, Adey is going bigger and more complex than he's ever gone before.
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Artbound

Drawing Lines and Planting Gardens at the Border

On Saturday, Nov. 17, a few events will take place at Border Field State Park in San Diego that will call attention to the militarization of the US/Mexico border.
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Artbound

Man in the Machines: Matthew Hebert's Craft Technology

Matthew Hebert brings together contemporary technology and more traditional ideas of craft.
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Artbound

Grace Towers, a Drag Queen Packing Something Extra

San Diego drag queen Grace Towers has championed the art of drag and elevated it to new levels of self-expression.
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The Allure and Abhorrence of San Diego's Master-Planned Communities

Amanda Dahlgren photographed the fancy houses of the housing bubble
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