||Since 1991, Dialogues in Art and Architecture has been a program of free public talks on the experimental edge of new art—particularly across disciplines—and architecture, addressing architectural design, urban planning, public culture, our changing ecology, and the artist’s perspective on these issues, as models of possibilities for the San Diego environment. The series consists of lectures by outstanding professionals of national/international reputation with art critic Robert Pincus as moderator.
There will be three lectures, on February 7, March 7, and April 4. Each lecture begins at 7:30 PM. The lectures are FREE to attend.
A Conversation about the US-Mexico Border, Tracing Its Aesthetic, Ecological, and Political Effects on Both Sides of the Partition
Oscar Romo, Professor at UCSD
Jake Matatyaou, Ph.D., Designer and educator
Robert Pincus, moderator