Monday, May 17, 2021

Carolyn Osorio

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Carolyn has a BFA in Theory, Criticism, and History of Art and Design from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn and has worked in communications for a variety of arts and culture organizations in both New York and San Diego.In addition to consulting and serving on the Rising Arts Leaders Steering Committee, Carolyn curates a public art project, the Mint House Project, which presents local mural artists. She lives just over the water in Barrio Logan where she enjoys views of the Coronado bridge from her backyard. In her spare time, she can be found at Dog Beach with one (or both) of her Great Danes.Have a story for The Coronado Times to cover? Send news tips or story ideas to: manager@coronadotimes.com

Local Voices: What Does it Mean to “Pass” as White?

The Coronado Times asked its writers to tackle the topic of race in Coronado. Given the current environment, we were asked to address the...

New App Brings Coronado’s Public Art to Your Phone for Walking or Biking Tour

UPDATE June 11, 2020 - The new Coronado Public Art Walking Tour app has been created and gifted to Coronado by resident Joshua Tyler....

Dance in the Time of COVID-19

The Rosin Box Project (TRBP), a local San Diego contemporary ballet company, is not going to allow COVID-19 to stop the music (or, in...

A Brief History of Chicano Park’s 50 Years

As today is the 50th Anniversary of Chicano Park, it feels important to take a look at the incredible history of the Park under...

New Chicano Park Mural Focuses on Immigration

Chicano Park, the vibrantly painted park under the Coronado Bridge, is adding a new mural to its impressive visual collection. The project, headed by...

A Sardine Bar as Art at Seaport Village

Tucked into the Lighthouse District of Seaport Village is a small, unassuming door leading to a sardine paradise. As part of Seaport Village’s new...

Quarantined: Getting Married (Or Not) During COVID-19

A few days before the COVID-19 pandemic erupted into grocery store raids, toilet-paper memes, and overall panic I had made the very big decision...

Costa Azul Returns to Coronado

Sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name and many Coronado residents considered locally-owned Mexican restaurant, Costa Azul, that place. When the...

Coronado SAFE Screening and Panel Event: “LIKE”

Is our reliance on technology helping or hurting us? That is the question at the heart of Coronado SAFE’s film screening and panel discussion...

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