Category: Art Theory and Movements

The American Gun Show

Call to Artists: American Gun Show Open call for artwork: Few technologies have had the impact on civilization that the gun has had. With a storied history of a millennium and having been woven into American culture, it is not surprising that it is as contentious as it is empowering. Dorothy Santos and James Morgan are…

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Conceiving Place // In Coversation with Mabel Negrete at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts

   When: Friday, August 7, 2015  Time: 5:00pm– 7:30pm Location: Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Front Door Gallery As a culmination of the public programming associated with the current Room for Big Ideas project, Conceiving Place, Bay Area-based writer Dorothy Santos will be in conversation with Mabel Negrete on her work and ask questions…

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Movement in Many Parts Shotgun Review in Art Practical’s 4.1 Shotgun Issue

Humans are resilient. Our anatomy is extraordinary and highly complex. We build, construct, destroy, and synthesize. But human nature involves understanding the biology and mechanisms that provoke us to move and accelerate. In Movement in Many Parts, an exhibition curated by Lucy Seena K. Lin and Weston Teruya, artists investigate human evolution through nature and industry.…

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