Arts and Culture
We share insight on events and issues within arts and culture at UCSD. This includes, but is not limited to, student-run productions, art galleries, shows, and lectures. We seek to cultivate excitement and awareness of humanities-related events within this STEM-focused school.

Arts and Culture

Where Can Student Art Go?

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In fall of 2013, Graffiti Hall, a landmark once adored by all, closed because it was in the emergency exit of Mandeville Hall and the university …

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A Soulful Start to Fall Quarter: ArtPower Brings Chicano Batman to Campus

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Los Angeles-based quartet Chicano Batman spread their Latin love to an intimate crowd of UCSD students at Art Power’s Celebrate the Arts Day last Friday, September …

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The Triton’s Summer (Almost) Playlist

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You sit beside a pile of textbooks, preparing your research paper about how social organization can sustain a colony of army ants. Outside, you see your …

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Simplicity At Its Finest: Sales and Inspired and the Sleep Perform at The Loft

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On May 13th, the Florida-based indie duo SALES joined together with San Diego’s very own Inspired and the Sleep to create a night full of calm …

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Science and Cinema Join Forces at Filmatic

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The seemingly different paths of science and film eventually collide to form the art of virtual realities. On May 7, 2016, ArtPower’s Filmatic Festival displayed this …

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Sun God Playlist (SDSU Jacket Edit)

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Oh, hey! Sun God is, like, tomorrow! Please enjoy the festival responsibly.

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Traveling in Circles

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“What would happen if we were to introduce art into a space where it wouldn’t normally be found?” This is the question fourth year Jake Cushnir …

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Frankie Cosmos at the Ché Café: Pop Poetry for a Generation

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Last Friday night, Frankie Cosmos rocked the Ché Café with openers Anna McClellan, Yowler, and Eskimeaux. Anna McClellan and Yowler (Maryn Jones) were solo performers: McClellan …

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The Triton’s Thowback Playlist: Spring Cleaning

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Welcome back, Tritons! Hmm… What’s that smell? It’s coming from your fridge. Uh oh. Looks like that Low-Fat Strawberry Banana Smoothie from Panera Bread has finally …

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Muir Musical: Bringing New York City to UCSD Through Theatre

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One would imagine In the Heights to be a musical about a humble barrio in Washington Heights  that highlights the everyday struggles of these hardworking, yet …