Soulless Place

By Stephan Pisko A soulless place could exist anywhere it solely depends on the perceptive placement of one’s disciplined dynamics’ cutting through the dishonest deception that mind fabricates. There was a time when you could learn something via traveling but this has all changed sadly you can still learn very ‘basic culture’ an atmosphere of…

Art of the African Diaspora 2021

Featuring Over 110 Artists of African Descent Online Exhibition: Now to May 16, 2021 In 2021 Art of the African Diaspora will be a hybrid online/in-person event presented at aotad.org, richmondartcenter.org, and at venues throughout the Bay Area.* Over 110 artists will be featured in an online exhibition highlighting their work, bios and artist statements. The online exhibition will…

Artist: Brian McClean

Brian McClean is a self taught fine art photographer of extraordinary landscapes, coastalscapes, nightscapes, and cityscapes. He is an exceptionally gifted artist who resides in San Diego California with an astonishing talent for creating emotionally moving photographs which takes an individual on a sublime journey. Brian McClean has always had a vivid imagination, a love…

Disney’s “Raya and the Last Dragon” Starting March 19, 2021 Shown in brilliant Dolby VisionTM Laser Projection & Dolby Atmos® Audio Technology

Hollywood’s legendary El Capitan Theatre has been hard at work on reopening plans and welcomes guests back to the big screen to see Disney’s “Raya and the Last Dragon” starting March 19, 2021, shown in brilliant Dolby VisionTM Laser Projection & Dolby Atmos® Audio Technology.  Disney’s “Raya and the Last Dragon” screens Friday, March 19 at 9:00am, 12:30am, 4:00pm and 7:30pm; Saturdays…

Planting By The Signs

By Jannie Vaught This is a practice my Farming Gardening Grandparents did. My Grandfather was also a water dowser using a fresh willow branch that had a Y. He had me walking all over the garden with that branch until it finally went down on its own. And that was a big moment for me.…

“GNT” A Short Film About Female Self Validation

By Joanna Panayi Directed by Sara Hirner and Rosemary Vasquez Brown, “GNT” is an edgy animated short created by and for women. Honest conversations between young females inspire this short film to expose the repeated cycle that is self-validation. We see the female characters Glenn, Nikki, and Tammy’s contradictory friendship as it often relies upon…