Alum Paul S. Flores' Play, PLACAS: The Most Dangerous Tattoo, Comes to San Diego

Friday, April 17, 2015

SAN DIEGO FREE PRESS -- “I was accepted by CUNY Brooklyn and SFSU. I decided to stay true to California. I wanted to start something in the West. I went to SF,” Flores says. “San Francisco in the ’90s was absolutely magical. It was a dream of artistic activity. San Francisco artists took so many chances, created performances on the outside of building walls, took to the street literally to express themselves daily. It was an exhibitionist scene. ... I also learned what experimental art was in SF.”