Category Archives: Art

By The Time The Sun Is Hot

Friend, film maker, and neighbor Brad Kester has a new short film that we’re excited to debut in our living room this Friday. From the looks of the trailer above, By The Time The Sun Is Hot has the feeling of a dark epic set in biblical times. Before Brad’s film we’ll get to see [...]

Joshua Krause “Extracted Abstractions”

Tomorrow morning San Diego based graphic designer and fine artist Joshua Krause will be on our door step, ready to hang 60+ prints and mixed media pieces. His solo exhibition entitled “Extracted Abstractions” will open the following evening (Wednesday 6-10pm). Cruise by for a drink and to check out our latest installation at the house.

The Sun Hung Low or A Question Loomed

If you missed Morgan Manduley’s opening last month, click here for a full panoramic photo of his installation “The Sun Hung Low or A Question Loomed”. More of Morgan’s work can be viewed on his website as well. He’s pretty damn talented.

Echotone : Rescheduled Screening

As San Diego’s music scene continues to grow, it is important that we take cues from more established communities like Seattle, Portland or Austin. Join us Wednesday, October 5th at 8pm as we take an inside peek at the growing pains of the world’s “Live Music Capital” through the documentary Echotone.

Morgan Manduley : Solo Show

We’re excited to announce our next solo show and art installation, featuring painter/illustrator Morgan Manduley. Dylan and Angella cruised down to Morgan’s studio at Space 4 Art the other night, check out an interview and batch of photos here. The Sun Hung Low or A Question Loomed opens September 28th.

Endless Summer Ends

We’ve had quite a busy summer at the house, from Festivus Quietus and Endless Summer to shows with The Tree Ring, Candy Claws, John Heart Jackie and Erika Davies. For the next handful of weeks we’re going to keep things pretty quiet around 21st & Broadway, but if you’re in the neighborhood feel free to [...]

Internet Girls

Brooklyn-based illustrator Leah Reena Goren spent the Summer with us in her native San Diego working on a body of illustration and pattern design. She’s become a stylemaker, receiving press from influential blogs including Ventricular Projects, Calivintage, Oh Joy! and DailyCandy NY, among others. “Internet Girls is the result of the cycling of images and tastes through the Internet [...]

Endless Summer II

The concept for Endless Summer started as a nerdy idea between a few friends last year. Together we watched it grow into the type of event that affected everyone around us. Moving from Suture’s downtown loft to Habitat’s Golden Hill living room, Endless Summer II boasts a roster of 17 hand picked artists. The salon-style [...]

Clea Minaker : Shadow & Light

We had such an inspiring time last month hosting Montreal-based artist Clea Minaker, along with Wes Bruce and MCASD’s Teen Art Council. After a week of non-stop scurrying above our heads, the attic hosted over 100 people for four separate performances on Friday, April 22nd. The production was curated by Clea, but fully performed by [...]

Artist Residency : Clea Minaker

We’re excited to partner with Sezio and MCASD to bring visual artist Clea Minaker all the way from Montreal for a week in sunny San Diego. We came across Clea’s work by suggestion of Wes Bruce and his discovery of her while watching “Look At What The Light Did Now“, a documentary on Feist’s 2008 [...]