SOTA & Slack Tide Design Showcase: Navigating the Ebbs & Flows of Inspiration

  • What this is

    Exhibitions are public displays of art and design curated by a local gallery, museum, or organization.

  • When & Where

    • Sep 25: 3pm & 6pm

    1144 North Coast Highway 101 Encinitas, CA. 92024
  • Tags

    Culinary, Furniture, Architecture, Craft, Interior, Product
SOTA & Slack Tide Design Showcase: Navigating the Ebbs & Flows of Inspiration

An immersive live event featuring work from a range of different design mediums. The short film will explore what inspires music, painting, fabrication, surf shaping, pottery, textiles, and culinary arts from artists of the greater San Diego area.

The artists featured in the film will be on hand and have their respective work on display, with two showings of the film: 3pm and 6pm.

There will also be live music at 6:30 by Matt Costa.

Featured in the film: Matt Costa, Denja Harris, Jesse Sunwolf, Ryder England, Logan Antill, Loryn Cook, and Kelston Moore.

Direction and cinematography by host Alex Palumbo of Slack Tide Films.

This event is sponsored by

About the hosts

State-of-The-Art (SOTA)

Born out of a collaboration between Encinitas-based The Brown Studio and Swell Property, State-of-The-Art (SOTA) is a community space based in Encinitas deeply passionate about design and quality, only offering products they would (and have) used in their own high-end residential, hospitality, and commercial projects. Their background in real estate development ensures they offer products we know to make an impact and successful sale, while our architectural and interior design DNA is a driving force in sourcing and sharing resources that push the boundaries of design and make a space truly memorable.

Alex Palumbo

San Diego based Alex Palumbo operates Slack Tide Films; a boutique production house that thrives at the intersection of commercial and documentary storytelling. His films and photos have been featured at festivals around the world, been used by brands like Spotify, Ritz-Carlton, and Pacifico, and have told the stories of countless artists and communities.