Adapta Project show still on view

July 23, 2008

“Day Job 1” by Kinsee Morlan

The opening was grand.  Pictures are on the way.  In the meantime, the art is still up and for sale.  Please email and set up a private appointment any time, any day through Saturday, July 26.

P.S.  We love you, and thanks for coming to the opening if you did!

The shuttles to Tijuana

July 16, 2008
The shuttles will be leaving from the Old Town Transit Center, 4005 Taylor Street in the Old Town area of San Diego.  There is plenty of parking in the lots nearby.  Please bring your passport or your photo ID and birth certificate.
The first shuttle departing 6 p.m. will arrive at Terra Sur at approx. 6:45 and leave the show, San Diego bound, at 9 p.m. Right now, we have just two spaces on the 6 p.m. shuttle available.
The second shuttle will depart at 8 p.m., arrive at Terra Sur at 8:45 p.m. and leave the show, San Diego bound, at 10 p.m. There are several spaces available on the 8 p.m. shuttle as of now.

Adapta Project @ Terra Sur

July 3, 2008

“TJ Green” by Los Ilegales

The new website for A Room of One’s Own is up.  Check it out and RSVP for the 8 PM shuttle leaving from the Old Town Transit Center and arriving at the front door of Terra Sur by emailing

Want to drive yourself?  Here are the directions:

From the border, take the Tijuana-Ensenada Toll Road (look for detour signs), and stay on the highway for approximately 15 minutes heading west then south. The toll will cost you $26 pesos or $2.50 (USD). Pass by the signs for where the Donald Trump project will be located (at KM 16), keep driving straight ahead and at the next right curve (KM 17), you´ll see a Terra Sur Billboard. Drive a quarter mile more and you will see a small entrance to your right, take that dirt road exit and take a right onto the dirt road and you’ll see Terra Sur.

Click here for a map.  And below is a map of the detour. It’s easy, I promise.

A Room of One’s Own

June 14, 2008

To reserve a seat on the shuttle from Old Town San Diego to Tijuana, please email

Official artist list:

Claudia Algara

Mely Barragan

Tania Candiani

Franklin Collao

Damian Gastelum

Leslie Garcia

Aldo Guerra

Ingrid Hernandez

Hector Herrera

The Infinity Lab

Katie McGowan

Marliis Newsome

Carmen Garcia Nunez

Daniel Ruanova

Jorge Tallaeche

Senor Vargas

Official list of Musicians:



Adapta Project presents A Room of One’s Own at Terra Sur

June 2, 2008

“Disan Micky” by Franklin Collao

The full press release follows below, but here’s the breakdown: We want you to come to Tijuana to experience cutting-edge contemporary art you won’t see anywhere else. Forget about your fears. Forget about the rumors. Know that there’s a lot more than drug wars going on in Tijuana. Read this recent Union-Tribune piece and get a taste of what we’re talking about.

Then, on July 19, take a free shuttle from San Diego to Terra Sur, a gorgeous piece of oceanfront architecture outside of Playas, Tijuana. Walk through rooms filled with site-specific art by Tijuana, Mexico City, Estonia and Ensanada artists. Experience the city’s cultural side.

RSVP for the opening reception by emailing us at with Terra Sur in the subject line. The official show website is coming soon.

Here’s the official artist list:



  • Ingrid hernandez

  • Carmen García Núñez



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    Let’s Play House

    May 24, 2008

    A Room Of One’s Own opens July 19, 2008

    Taking inspiration from Virginia Woolf’s 1929 essay which challenges that female writers, given equal opportunity, would be able to create work as important as those that have been historically admired and authored by men, Adapta Project has taken on the challenge of intimate spaces with A Room of One’s Own. The essay advocates for artists to be given proper resources—such as space and time—to create meaningful works of art. This group show is an opportunity for talented artists to create site-specific installations or show their work which grapples with the subjects of identity and ownership.

    Terra Sur, an oceanfront development in Baja California designed by architects Rob Quigley, Guillermo Martinez de Castro, Andrew Spurlock, John Sheehan, Ricardo Rabines and Fernando Gonzales, has given Adapta Project the opportunity to show cutting-edge contemporary art at one of its oceanfront properties. Artists from San Diego, Tijuana and beyond will take over space within this domestic setting to author their own galley: expect new-media installations, paintings, photography, performance, video art and audio art that express the individuality and creative spirit of each artist.


    March 29, 2008

    Well here are the artists that have confirmed for the thread show April 13th… we are very exited…dont miss a collection of drawings by:


    Rob Benavides ::



    James Ivey ::



    Mike Maxwell ::



    Jorge Tellaeche ::



    Plasticgod ::



    Pose 2 ::



    Sake ::



    Jon Carling ::




     Chris Bly


    Looking for new Artists

    March 8, 2008

    Hello artists,
    adapta is looking for new talent – so to all those artists who are are out there hiding in your studios and converted living rooms, we are officially open for submissions for our next show (thread show in downtown san diego. If interested, please send photos of your work or web page, your location and a little artist statement to We’re looking forward to seeing your work.
    Hola artistas,
    adapta esta buscando nuevo talento. a todos los artistas que se an escondiendo de nosotros, estamos oficialmente aceptando portafolios para nuestro proxima exhibicion, para thread show en downtown san diego. si estas interesado, por favor  manda fotos de tus obras o tu pagina de internet y un text explicando tu trabajo a tenemos ganas de ver tus obras.



    More photos of Army of Icons @ The New Children’s Museum

    February 21, 2008

    Thanks to the photographic skills of David Brooks for these fantastic photos:

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    Photos of Army of Icons @ The New Children’s Museum

    February 21, 2008

    Click to view more….

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