So Say We All’s Executive Director, Justin Hudnall, was invited as a guest on KSDS 88.3FM’s Inside Art with Dave Drexler as a guest to discuss the doings of So Say We All. The original air date was October 20th, 2013. Listen via the player below. Podcast: Play in new window | Download
SSWA’s upcoming full-length production of Righteous Exploits is covered by Lonnie Burstein Hewitt of the La Jolla Light. Margaret Noble, who has a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from UC San Diego and an MFA in Sound Art from the Art Institute of Chicago, spent years mixing dance music in underground clubs before moving into the […]
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Amy Granite of San Diego Citybeat features SSWA’s double feature book release, Last Night On Earth and Black Candies, pre and post-apocalypse anthologies, for the Fall Arts Issue. Read the entire article here.
The Far East Project crossed the line from recording stories to making them when one of our writers coincidentally intersected with an ongoing murder investigation. Read all about it on the front page of Citybeat the week of April 18th 2012. Read analysis and watch video interviews on The Huffington Post. The story made the […]
by Kinsee Morlan The tendency to award art grants to institutions rather than individuals has been prevalent since the famous “NEA Four” case in 1990, when National Endowment for the Arts chairman John Frohnmayer vetoed grants to four artists due to what he considered controversial subject matter. While the artists won their case, the NEA […]
Voice of San Diego covers the announcement of the 2012 Creative Catalyst winners, of which The Far East was one. Read the full article here.
Musician Joel West — David Brooks Executive Director Justin Hudnall has been named one of 15 artists in San Diego county to receive the Creative Catalyst Grant and a share of the $285,000 fund. Read the whole article here.
The LGBT Weekly covers SSWA’s massive collaboration with The Museum of the Living Artist and San Diego Writer’s Ink for pride, “The Fab and Furious Queer Circus of Dastardly Delights.” Read the full article here.
Citybeat’s Kinsee Morlan walked the route with mailman by day, SSWA Creative Director by night Ryan Bradford and wrote a killer story about the unseen internet fame garnered by his blog, All The Dogs Want To Kill Me. Read the full story here.
From San Diego Citybeat A new arts collaboration So Say We All will be curating events at Space 4 Art Space 4 Art is making room for a new collaborator, So Say We All. In an email interview, So Say We All executive director Justin Hudnall said Space 4 Art has invited his storytelling and […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: So Say We All to Bring Live Literature to Space 4 Art San Diego, CA – 5/20/11 – Created in February of 2009 and based in San Diego, CA, So Say We All (SSWA) is a non-profit (501c3) narrative arts production and education organization. Specializing in the literary and storytelling arts, SSWA […]
Thank you very much to San Diego LGBT Weekly and Andrew Printer for the write up of So Say We All’s VAMP showcase appearing in this week’s issue. Appearing in the article’s picture is (left to right) Mindy Solis, Jennifer McBroom, and Missy Solis from the May, 2011 VAMP: “Growing Pains” For the full article, […]
F*ck Alt. Comedy snags a mention from Allison Gill on FM 94.9′s comedy update! Give it a listen.
So Say We All grabs a mention in Citybeat’s continuing review of UCSD’s University Art Gallery series, “Archive Fever.” Read the article on Citybeat’s website.
While promoting their Anger, Angst, and Apathy Comedy Tour and F*ck Alt. Comedy, Rick Shapiro and Bronston Jones stopped by San Diego Living to give a shout out to So Say We All. Their brilliance and charisma on-air was only a taste of things to come later on that night when Shapiro, Jones, and six […]
“It’s the slow food movement meets the slow arts movement.” – Liz Bradshaw. So Say We All’s January, 2011 main stage show, “The Lost Supper” was part of the on-air coverage of local events on Maureen Cavanaugh’s “These Days” with guests Liz Bradshaw, curator for The Loft at UCSD and Seth Combs, a freelance writer […]
San Diego Citybeat, City Week Section – December 29, 2010 Spoken Word “Keep it comin’: The literary cats behind So Say We All are on a mission to provide creatives of all mediums a forum in which to do their thing. It’s something this city desperately needs, which is why their recurring Video Art, Music, […]
By Angela Carone, Kendra Osburn October 7, 2010 – KPBS Highbrow meets lowbrow as literature meets game show this Tuesday at Literary Death Match 100. Watch local literary talent fight to the rhetorical death as they engage in the kind of ruckus usually saved for reality TV. The event is co-sponsored by So Say We […]
From Wednesday, Oct 06, 2010 issue, by unnamed contributor San Diego City Beat covers Opium Magazine’s upcoming Literary Death Match, cosponsored by So Say We All: “There will not be blood: The last time Literary Death Match came to town, we were a little disappointed that there was no actual death involved. One by one, […]
Diva Barbarella Fokos plugs SSWA’s April 2010 VAMP on the NBC Morning Show:
#7) WRITE ON! So Say We All — San Diego’s hottest performance series for homegrown writers (see feature story below) — put on two shows this month. First, a video, arts, and music performance on December 14 at Whistlestop (2236 Fern St., South Park) and a “Home for the Holidays” slam on December 19th at […]
From staged readings to original plays about Jeffrey Dahmer, three drama geeks are exposing the hidden underbelly of San Diego’s cultural scene By Sarah Nardi There’s a reason we picture artists in garrets, forlorn and smoking, staring out at the rain. In our collective imagination, misery and creation are inextricably linked. Art is something that […]