Category Archives: San Francisco Public Art
The Fax (Facts) Bomb event at SF Arts Commission gallery was great. I researched and presented 19 Fax Facts beginning with the rise in popularity of the fax machine in the 1980s and traveling through the invention and subsequent use … Continue reading
Whoa, lucky me! I recently interviewed printmaker and activist, Melanie Cervantes of Dignidad Rebelde. I see Melanie’s prints everywhere: at each protest or demonstration I attend, in the office of the grassroots organizations I volunteer with, in the collective households … Continue reading
Join Artists of the 99% for a KNIT-IN on December 18th from 2 – 5PM at Kaleidoscope Art and Free Speech Zone at 3109 24th Street (@ Folsom, right next to Philz Coffee) WHY? Kaleidoscope Art and Free Speech Zone … Continue reading
ARTISTS BLOC DAY Sunday, November 20, 2011 12 – 5PM Occupy San Francisco / Justin Herman Plaza We are artists and art workers of the 99%. We are struggling to survive and sustain our creative practice in an economy that … Continue reading
Home is something I carry with me was featured in Art Practical’s Issue 21: Best Of: Year One. Art Practical critic, Elyse Mallouk named the exhibition the “Best Use of Private Space for Public Purposes.” Her review focused specifically the … Continue reading
951 SHOTWELL STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94110 Adrienne Skye Roberts December 2007 – July 2010 Eric Andrew Kuhn December 2007 – August 2008 Matthew Waldbillig September 2008 – July 2010 Billie Faye Belo December 2007 – August 2008 Martha Belo … Continue reading
Here are a few postcards from my workshop at the Asian Art Museum. Participants were invited to send messages to their hometowns or the particular houses where they were raised.