Tuesday, April 28, 2009
Thursday, December 20, 2007
Thursday, December 13, 2007
Southern Exposure has joined up with their new neighbor and old friend, Intersection for the Arts, to present a series of juried projects. With the same commitment to innovative, experimental, and risk-taking art we collectively decided on the theme, GROUNDED? What does it mean to be grounded and what does the journey in search of grounding look like? Artists were invited to submit work that responded to this idea in some way, shape or form.
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Tuesday, November 27, 2007
Southern Exposure and Intersection for the Arts presents....
Grounded? 1st Annual Public Art/Urban Intervention Day
Juror: Erik Knutzen, Program Developer, Center for Land Use Interpretation (CLUI)
Saturday, December 1, 2007
11am to 5pm
Location: Area around SoEx and Intersection
Situate yourself in the public realm for this day of urban interventions and public art projects. The Grounded? Public Art/Urban Interventions Day presents work by artists using the city as a platform for creativity and expression. Check back soon to download a map and schedule locating the selected projects or pick one up at Southern Exposure or Intersection for the Arts and start exploring!
10 artists were selected out of 36 submissions including:
Stacy Asher - Pink Dot Experiment*
The Counter Narrative Society - Hunting the Now/Cazando el Momento
James Goode - Fastigium
Genine Lentine - Listening Booth
Sabina Nieto/Melinda Stone - Sit and Dig
Kari Orvik - The View from Here*
Nancy Popp - Untitled (Climbing Performance)
Sidney Russell - City Sandcastles
Markuz Wernil Saito - Have a Tea/Leave a Trace
Joshua Short - Red Carpet for the Commons
*Opportunities to volunteer for these projects are available. Please contact the artist directly by clicking on their name.
For more information on these projects please visit www.soex.org or www.theintersection.org. A map locating these projects will be available at Southern Exposure and Intersection for the Arts as well as on our websites.
The Pink Dot Experiment will be presented as a part of the 1st Annual Public Art/Urban Intervention Day
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Tuesday, October 24, 2006
Thursday, August 17, 2006
Crafting a Vision for Art, Equity and Civic Engagement
November 2–4, 2006
Convening the community arts field in higher education
The CCA Center for Art and Public Life together with the Association of Independent Colleges of Art and Design and Massachusetts College of Art will bring together artists, students, scholars, and community activists to experience and exchange best practices in the field of community arts.
For information on symposium themes and topics please visit Crafting a Vision for Art, Equity and Civic Engagement.
For additional information please call 510.594.3757
The Center for Art and Public Life creates community partnerships using the arts to address issues of social justice, diversity, community development, and education. The Center's programming is woven across disciplines at California College of the Arts and serves the diverse populations of the San Francisco Bay Area.
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