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Sarah Linn

Sarah Linn is the arts and entertainment editor of The Tribune in San Luis Obispo, California. She shares her insights on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at @SheLikestoWatch.

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Hip-Hop as Resistance: Exhibition Explores Contributions by Asian-Americans

"Don't Believe the Hype: L.A. Asian Americans in Hip Hop" examines the genre as a tool for “resistance, refuge and reinvention” to represent everything from breakdancing and graffiti to DJs and MCs.
Paloma Negra by José Rodolfo Loaiza Ontiveros | Courtesy of Karen Hernandez and Brian Hill / © José Rodolfo Loaiza Ontiveros El Pato PST LALA
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Disney's WWII Propaganda and LatAm's Artistic Reactions

In the Los Angeles art show "How to Read El Pato Pascual," Latinx artists confront Walt Disney and his cartoon creations.
"In Search of a New Home" by Eric Almanza is featured in the exhibitions "E Pluribus Unum: Out of Many, One," at Studios on the Park in Paso Robles, and "Art as Resistance: Paintings in Protest of a Trump Presidency" at Avenue 50 Studio in Los Angeles. |
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Art as Resistance: Chicano Artists in the Time of Trump

Latino artists are turning to painting, photography and performance art as a way to protest President Donald Trump and his policies.
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Digital Divide: Robin Eley Explores Online Identity in 'Loss/Less'

In his show "Loss/Less," Los Angeles artist Robin Eley explores the intersection between our physical lives and virtual identities
Composer Lisa Bielawa
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Composer Lisa Bielawa Talks About Streamable Opera 'Vireo'

Composer Lisa Bielawa talks about "Vireo: The Spiritual Biography of a Witch's Accuser," an innovative new opera created expressly for broadcast and online audiences.
An illustration by Camille Rose Garcia featured in Harper Design's "Snow White" by the Brothers Grimm. (featured)
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'I’ve Always Used My Imagination As An Escape Tool': Camille Rose Garcia’s Psychedelic World

Blending beauty, horror and humor, artist Camille Rose Garcia uses the visual language of vintage cartoons and classic children's stories to explore female sexuality, and the clash between the manmade, natural and spiritual worlds.
The Motel Inn in San Luis Obispo, California (featured)
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Swimming Pools and Movie Stars: A History of the World's First Motel

The brainchild of architect Arthur S. Heineman, the Milestone Mo-tel — later known as the Motel Inn — ushered in a new era of convenience and comfort when it opened in 1925.
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His Paintings Interrupt 'the Comforts We Seek in Landscape' Art

Don Suggs wants viewers to stop thinking about the landscape as their personal property. The artist has spent much of his career exploring his complicated relationship with the picturesque.
Detail of "Continuum Basket," by Gerald Clarke Jr. (Cahuilla). Metal (aluminum cans). 2002.
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Gerald Clarke Jr.: The Stereotype of Native American Art is Problematic

Native American artist Gerald Clarke Jr. celebrates the beauty of the centuries-old Cahuilla basket-making tradition while offering a subtle commentary on the alcoholism issues facing modern-day tribal members.
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Photos of Sacred Sites Call Attention to Erased Native American Histories

In Mercedes Dorame's photographs, cultural artifacts come together with natural elements of the landscape in scenes of rituals. She aims to engage her viewers’ interest, hoping they’ll be inspired to dig deeper into Native histories.
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