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Opera Singing Artist Creates Abstract Masterpiece Paintings

Added by 6 years ago

In this video, Duke Windsor, an artist in the San Diego Fine Art Society's Mentor program has transformed his career after a decade-long series of alleyway paintings. His varied background in still photography for the...

Results Are In… Comic Con Boosts San Diego Economy!

Added by 6 years ago

It's more than just comic strips and video games, the Comic Con 2010 convention attracts a diverse group from all over the country including fine art collectors. Now that the convention is over, Phoebe Chongchua of...

Art Fair Strengthens Economy & Local Artists Receive Awards

Added by 6 years ago

And the winners are... The San Diego Fine Art Society Art Awards took place at the Hilton as part of the Art San Diego Contemporary Art Fair in September. The four-day event is modeled after Art Basel in Miami but ...

Party into the Future at 3D Revelry and Help Support Artists

Added by 6 years ago

Don’t miss this event by Synergy Art Foundation. Saturday, October 2nd at 7:00 p.m. at The House of the Future, 5481 Toyon Road, San Diego. An extraordinary evening of music, performance and art. Headlining our event...

17 Swedish Artists Bring Unique Style to San Diego

Added by 6 years ago

There's still time to see some of Sweden's finest design work. The 17 Swedish Artists exhibited by Pascale Cottard-Olsson. The exhibit is now in San Diego at the new Planet Rooth Design Haus. The young, progressive ar...

San Diego Artists in California Biennial 2010

Added by 6 years ago

The 2010 California Biennial is underway at the Orange County Museum of Art. This time nine of the 45 artists featured are from San Diego. Phoebe Chongchua from ArtPulse.TV talked with the museum's curator, Sarah Banc...

Queen Becomes a “Friend”

Added by 6 years ago

Imagine getting a friend request from the icon of England, Queen Elizabeth II. The Associated Press is reporting that just hours after the Queen joined Facebook, her page had 60,000 fans. The Queen's page is being us...

A Kim MacConnel Retrospective

Added by 6 years ago

An influential artist in the 1970's Pattern and Decoration Movement takes the primitive and makes it relevant. Phoebe Chongchua of ArtPulse.TV talks with the artist and retired UCSD Professor, Kim MacConnel, about his...

Artistic Natural Chef Delights Taste Buds at Upcoming SDFAS Birthday Soiree

Added by 6 years ago

Join the San Diego Fine Art Society on December 9, 2010 for a special night of artfully created food, performances, and gallery exhibits. In this video, ArtPulse.TV producer, Phoebe Chongchua, shows us what natural ch...

Forman’s Foundation Helps Fill Financial Gap for Breast Cancer Patients

Added by 6 years ago

Breast cancer isn't just a painful disease for those diagnosed and their loved ones, it's also very costly. And many times important tests that are needed to help detect cancer in other areas of the body are not cover...

What’s the Worst Christmas Gift You’ve Ever Received?

Added by 6 years ago

Live Fit Magazine does a flash back and shares other people's worst Christmas gift.

Alchemy–Where Food and Art Make Perfect Chemistry

Added by 6 years ago

Step inside this South Park restaurant and you'll have not only a delicious meal but also a visual treat. At Alchemy art and food combine to turn the ordinary meal into an extraordinary experience. Phoebe Chongchua w...

LA Art Show 2011–Meet the Artists

Added by 6 years ago

Hear from the talented artist at this year's LA Art Show. See David Datuna's live art installation, San Diego artists, and the provocative work with porn stars and brand names from a Hong Kong Gallery. Video journalis...

International Artist Debuts Sculptures in San Diego

Added by 6 years ago

The San Diego Fine Art Society launches Pulse with an international exhibition in partnership with Alexander Salazar Fine Art to feature Master Sculptor Xiaoye Sun. Xiaoye's outstanding artistic sensibility and creat...

Charger Girls Calendar Preview

Added by 5 years ago

Live Fit Magazine & Films takes you to the Charger Girls Calendar unveiling in San Diego. Get a preview in this video. The Charger Girls unveil their season calendar at Donovan’s Prime Seafood. The highly antic...

“The Help” Film Will Have You Laughing and Crying

Added by 5 years ago

Since the second I noticed the seven-foot movie poster display for The Help, (about three months ago at my local theater) I’ve been waiting with bated breath to see the movie adaptation of one of the best books I have...

“Bridesmaids” Film–Not Just A Chick Flick

Added by 5 years ago

Are you in the mood to sit in front of the TV for two hours giggling and laughing out loud every few minutes? Oh, and having your jaw on the ground for most of it? If that’s the case, you have to see Bridesmaids! I LO...

Project Ethos Showcases San Diego Artists

Added by 5 years ago

Video of the vision began more than six years ago and today, Project Ethos showcases San Diego artists as well as artists from all over the country at unique events that bring fashion, music, art and the community tog...

Movie Review: Love And Other Drugs

Added by 5 years ago

Having been a pharmaceutical rep for four years, I was very curious to see this romantic comedy about a clueless womanizer who lucks his way into a job with Pfizer, and falls for a patient with Parkinson’s, who he mee...

What’s in a Name? Is Hollywood Obsessed With Odd Baby Names?

Added by 5 years ago

Ten little fingers, ten tiny toes, the sweetest of smiles and a cute little nose. All these add up to a very special thing–a baby–the greatest of gifts that life can bring. Did I mention that the baby's mom has a star...

The Film The Debt Pays Big: Delivers Action, Suspense & Surprise Ending (film review)

Added by 5 years ago

I can’t think of a better movie rental right now than “The Debt,” a captivating, action-packed drama about three Mossad secret agents who, 30 years after carrying out a mission to capture a Nazi war criminal, must fac...

The Invisible Children of Uganda

Added by 5 years ago

It's 9pm in San Diego, California. For the littlest ones in your house, it's time for bed. They may wake up a in an hour or two from a bad dream but. thanks to you, their hero, you reassure them that it was only a dre...

Movie Review: Midnight In Paris

Added by 5 years ago

Midnight in Paris: Funny, Charming, smart, romantic and sweet. Plus, you get to go on a trip to Paris in the 1920's!

Movie Review: Crazy, Stupid, Love

Added by 4 years ago

I’ve never been a huge Steve Carell fan. Don’t get me wrong. I really like the show, “The Office,” and I LOVED The 40 Year-Old Virgin. But, Carell never wowed me.  Until now. Crazy, Stupid, Love was a huge surprise f...

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