SAN DIEGO. For the people outside of the San Diego State University gallery in downtown San Diego it was still a normal day. The city continued to function as always, not knowing what was going on at the gallery, not knowing the power of BorderClick. Thanks to an invitation by
On Wednesday, October 5, 2016, a group of young people gathered in City Heights for the first session of The AjA Project’s Border Click project. Funded by the California Arts Council, Border Click was created in partnership with Tijuana artists Rebecca Goldschmidt and Josemar Gonzalez Lizarraga as a multimedia art project to
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On April 12th and 13th, the Cambodian community in City Heights came together to celebrate the Khmer New Year. Traditionally, the Khmer New Year is celebrated over a three-day-long festival, with special events hosted each day.
Students at College Park High School are excited to announce their upcoming photographic exhibit: Life As We Know It. Through their photographs, students examine their relationship with school at both personal and universal levels.
Senior Matthew McKinley says, “This project taught me to go deeper with my photography and
Join us this weekend, Saturday Nov. 9 at the City Heights Farmer’s Market from 9am till 2pm to be part of the story+LINES project! We’ll be engaging market goers to take reflective photos and make a photo transfer onto wood that will be exhibited on the ‘satellite’ in 2014.
Check out the latest article about the story+LINES project on the Speak City Heights website!
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Last Saturday, AjA was in Balboa Park at the Harmony & Motion International Non-Profits Fair continuing the story+LINES project and talking about the organization. We have so much fun helping people make these photo transfers! As part of the James Irvine Grant to ‘Explore Engagement’, AjA will be hosting more
Last Saturday AjA was at the City Heights Farmers Market gathering more photo transfers for the story+LINES project. Thank you to everyone who came out and participated! Join us this Saturday the 28th at the Harmony & Motion Non-Profit Informational Fair in Balboa Park from 10am to 1pm to be
The Skeleton of our City Heights sculpture is getting there! Help us to continue building this piece and gather more photo transfers this Saturday 28th at the Harmony & Motion Non-Profit Informational Fair in Balboa Park from 10am-1pm.