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A Legendary Scientist Sounds Off on the Trouble With STEM

E. O. Wilson in his office at Harvard.     Photo by Bob O’Connor for The Wall Street Journal E. O. Wilson on the next big thing, the gladiatorial nature of academe, and the world beyond the human senses Article first posted in The Chronicle of Higher Education By Charlie Tyson MAY 07, 2019 In the […]

Senior Development Officer at New Village Arts

POSITION: Senior Development Officer COMPENSATION: $40,000/yr REPORTS TO: Managing Director START DATE: Position open until filled FLSA STATUS: Part-time/Hourly Wage SUMMARY: New Village Arts is currently seeking a Senior Development Officer to manage donor relations program and coordinate fundraising initiatives. The successful candidate will be responsible for developing our non-profit’s fundraising campaigns, communicating with current and […]

Poway On Stage – CAPITOL STEPS

This Friday, May 3rd. At 8:00pm. Poway OnStage presents Capitol Steps. Buy Tickets here. “Capitol Steps began as a group of Senate staffers who set out to satirize the very people and places that employed them. Their first idea was to stage a nativity play, but in the whole Congress they couldn’t find three wise […]

Largest Arts Support Opportunity in Carlsbad

The city of Carlsbad Cultural Arts Office works hard all year to create great cultural arts experiences for the North County community.  The most well attended, the TGIF Concerts in the Parks, celebrates 34 years this summer! Will you support our North County Arts Network partner? Want to advertise your business to the 30,000 – 40,000 audience members? […]

Free Digital Marketing County-wide workshop May 29 at USD.

Photo Credit: © Comic-Con Museum Have you ever wondered how to get a City of San Diego grant from Economic Development Department (through both Community Development Division (CDD) and its Business Expansion, Attraction and Retention Division (BEAR), Commission for Arts and Culture ( through Funding for Arts and Culture Nonprofits)  and/or City Council Offices City Council Community Projects, Programs, […]

Health Benefits of Making Art

We are reprinting this article from one sent to us by email from Art Academy of San Diego. “Art washes from the soul the dust of everyday life.”  – Pablo Picasso There are a lot of misconceptions floating around about art. Some think you have to be creating paintings or sculptures to be considered a real […]

The not-so-obscure connection between business and the arts

by Michigan Daily writer  SAMANTHA CANTIE photo credit Alec Cohen Read on online “My job is all about how do we get people to move,” Marcus Collins, the chief consumer connections officer at the advertising agency Doner Company, said. “That is, how do we leverage what we know of the behavioral sciences, the evolving media […]

STEAM event: A scientist and an artist walk into a bar….

Two Scientists Walk Into a Bar is back on March 7 with an artistic twist: Two Scientist Special Edition: A Scientists and an Artist Walk Into a Bar! For this artistic variant on our popular Two Scientists Walk into a Bar program, we invited artists to the mix. They’ll be easy to spot. Just look for the […]

Why Doctors Think Art Can Help Cure You

by Chris SHARRATT for Frieze Image detail by Damien Hirst The forthcoming World Healthcare Congress, Europe, which takes place in Manchester in March, will ‘have an arts, health and social change agenda throughout’ explains Clive Parkinson, head of Arts for Health at Manchester Metropolitan University, the UK’s longest established arts and health unit. Parkinson, who has co-programmed the […]