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One Man’s Trash

James Drake’s exhibition, The Anatomy of Drawing and Space (Brain Trash), consists of 1,242 drawings that took the artist years to complete. Here he discusses the inspiration, the process, and the meaning of this large-scale installation currently on view at MCASD Downtown.

MCASD: While you have always drawn, you are equally known for your sculpture and photography. How does this project compare to your other work?

Shore Thing is free this year thanks to BMW i3!

New this year, the Shore Thing program is FREE thanks to our lead sponsor, The San Diego County BMW Centers!

Introducing the first-ever, all-electric BMW i3, equipped with 170 hp and up to 110 electric miles on a single charge. The BMW i3. Named the 2014 World Green Car and World Car Design of the Year. Learn more at sdcountybmw.com
 

You have a STAKE in MCASD

That's right. You have a steak stake in MCASD and a say in our success! Our exhibitions, programs and events are created for you. Without your support, the Museum would not be able to make contemporary art accessible and engaging.

RECAP: Collecting 101

 The panel at Collecting 101

A group of esteemed fine art professionals converged at Arclight Cinemas in La Jolla on Thursday April 17 to discuss whate to look for when collecting fine art. This event, called Collecting 101, was arranged in preparation for the Museum’s Biennial Art Auction on April 30; to help patrons, Members and friends on their art collecting journeys.

It's time to get viral!

What is it you love about the Museum? Is it the exhibitions? TNT? Tours? Programs? Do we inspire you?

Because you inspire us, and we can’t wait to hear what you have to say. Send us your six-second video about why you love MCASD. We’ve been asking artists this question and now we’re asking YOU.

Inside Scoop: An Act of Devotion

Tim Youd has undertaken to retype one hundred classic novels over the course of five years. As part of his undertaking, Tim Youd will retype Raymond Chandler’s The Long Goodbye at MCASD, not far from the La Jolla residence where Chandler wrote the novel. Here Youd discusses the nuts and bolts of his painstaking process. 

See his exhibition, Tim Youd: The Long Goodbye at MCASD's La Jolla location from May 17 to August 31. 

Q&A with Eva Struble

Eva Struble's new exhibition Produce opened on Saturday, April 5.

Get the story here. 

MCASD: Tell us about the conceptual and material evolution of Produce.

In Memoriam: Ernest Silva

San Diego mourns the loss of artist Ernest Silva (1948-2014), a steady and steadfast presence in the region’s art scene. Ernie taught at UC San Diego from 1979 until his retirement last fall. Throughout his tenure, he nurtured numerous students even as he maintained his own active studio practice. His evocative work deploys a repertoire of images from nature and art: a moon shadow, a burning flame, a supine nude, a lone lighthouse.

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