Like a Russian doll, The Far East Project has its own website, buried safely within the belly of the So Say We All site you gaze upon so frequently. Visit our doings there at http://fareast.sosayweallonline.com/ to see new community-submitted stories pop up every day, and remember that you can always contribute by clicking on the [...]
photo credit: Arnold Young
The Far East Project wants you to send us the images that best capture the soul of east county as you see it. Scanned family photos, portraits, landscapes of places, we want it all. Whether you shot on an expensive SLR, used your cellphone’s camera, or broke out the photo album and [...]
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 front page [...]
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 eventually [...]
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.