Super deal on great lit, on till Monday, November 11th: We’re very excited about the upcoming “See Through” issue of the annual horror anthology BLACK CANDIES, edited by Ryan Bradford and Jay Wertzler, and featuring work by outstanding Franklin Park Reading Series alums Juliet Escoria, Sarah Rose Etter and Jac Jemc, upcoming reader Lindsay Hunter, [...]
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.
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Meet Roman, videographer extraordinaire, who (thanks to an internship from the San Diego Futures Foundation) is working tirelessly in the labs of the Media Arts Center to put our video archives of past SSWA performances online! So if you see him around, give him a hug, and then explain why you’re hugging him so he [...]
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 world [...]
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The first annual San Diego Fringe Festival descends upon the East Village the first week in July and SSWA is all over it with four shows featuring over 20 performers. Join us for sketch comedy satire of TED Talks, radio plays, stand-up, and the best of storytelling over three days alongside acts from all over [...]
March’s education program highlight were SSWA’s four weeks of creative writing workshops with the teens of the Braille Institute, topped off with a showcase. April Venutra and Justin Hudnall had the privilege of teaching the class of 15 very different voices, who together made up what was probably the most enthusiastic group of kids we’ve [...]
Travis Russell is a true Renaissance Man. He’s had a hand in more things than most of us have ever wanted to. Dallas and Travis talk about, well…every thing. European Pop, Aquaponics, Star Craft 2, and much more! Travis may come off pretentious, but really he just gets bored easy. Rate and subscribe to us [...]
So Say We All has been profiled in the Urbanist’s “Besides the Weather” column alongside such prestigious company as The I.D.E.A. District, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, and StayClassy! Thanks so much, ladies!
Read the article on The Urbanist San Diego’s site.
Dallas sits down with San Diego music guru Tim Pyles! They talk about why Tim got fired from 91X, Tim’s mom taking him to a KISS concert, and of course a lot of local music. Also, Dallas is surprisingly positive in the intro, then his wife leaves him at the end podcast. Subscribe on iTunes [...]
So Say We All is pleased to announce a new podcast we’re proud to host, “Currently,” due out every Monday with host Dallas McLaughlin covering whatever is going on… currently. Currently-ish maybe sometimes.
In episode one we try to figure out what we’re doing, and we welcome award winning musician, Sean O’Donnell! Join Dallas McLaughlin as [...]
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 [...]
We actually get the week off, so we wanted to tell you about what our friends over at Cygnet Theater are up to. Firstly, War of the Worlds, the radio play phenom that partially inspired Last Night On Earth, is being faithfully recreated for two days only, Monday and Tuesday night, and at $10 a [...]
photo credit: Amy Granite
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.
As part of Art Boxed San Diego and Fall for the Arts, a team comprised of Mike Calway-Fagen, Keenan Harsten, Ben Strauss-Malcom and Justin Hudnall (So Say We All) have received a grant to create the Sound Revival exhibition. Utilizing a Portable On Demand (POD) storage container as a temporary sound proof recording studio, 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 [...]
If you’ve got a guilty conscience and want an opportunity to prove you’re on the side of righteousness, here’s your chance! This Saturday So Say We All is partnering with Space 4 Art to help build a temporary school facility on its grounds that will house our Teen Writers Workshop and upcoming Teen Summer Arts [...]
There’s a soundtrack to our lives and now with the beauty of the little pod-robot, we can listen to it in real time. June’s VAMP features stories told around the songs that are immortally bound to a specific period in our lives, motivating the make-outs, or listened to on repeat to help us get through [...]
Hollywood! Sam and Dan and the rest of the NBT gang are ready to take on the rough and tumble of Southern California’s prodigal son, Los Angeles. They’ll defy the naysayers and let nothing stand in their way because darn it, they’re going to make it! Hear that MOM?
New Best Thing Presents: NBT Goes to [...]
Righteous Exploits is a full-length, multi-media sound, projection, and narrative performance created by Margaret Noble and Justin Hudnall. Originally intended as a chronicle of the life of Noble’s grandmother, 1940′s-era labor activist Helen Hosmer and her persecution by Joseph McCarthy, the investigation led to the discovery of an uncanny cycle of behavior shared by the [...]
As part of the San Diego Museum of Art’s Summer Salon Series, So Say We All has been asked to produce a special storytelling show in the tradition of its lauded VAMP Showcase in honor of the summer installation of Arnold Newman’s photography, “The Sincerest Form of Flattery.”
In keeping with many of the ideas present [...]
Join us for So Say We All’s open-to-everyone storytelling show! We invite you to come and tell a 5-minute story without notes on a changing monthly theme. Doors open at 7, storytelling begins at 7:30.
This month: Ever had to plaster on the fake grin, do the little dance, and go way overboard to prove your [...]
We all want to believe that we’ve found something perfect, but usually we neglect to read the fine print. Let’s talk and write about those times when reality has shown us how delusional we really are.
This GreenRoom Writing Workshop will be a primer to help generate ideas for our September VAMP showcase “Trouble in Paradise”.
We build people up. We put them on pedestals. And then one day, we figure out they’re not as infallible, valiant, or amazing as we think. Whether we’ve caught them doing something villainous or just vulnerable, they will forever be just a fellow human to us.
Let’s explore how we make our heroes and what causes [...]