FREE with RSVP: http://opencityartcity.tumblr.com/ Open City/Art City Festival October 4, 2014 YBCA, 701 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94113 11am – 8pm For those who want the specific details of the panel I will be participating on, here you go! Artful Models: Creative Solutions to Our Changing Industry (YAAW Lounge at 7:00 PM) Moderated by […]
In the early 20th century, San Francisco felt the effects of disaster. The earthquake of 1906 left the city with crumbled buildings and widespread devastation throughout the downtown area, so art was probably not on the minds of civil servants and residents trying to recuperate and clean a city in disrepair. Artwork from this period […]
There is SO much going on BUT I had to take the time to share a few photos I took during my studio visit with new media artist, Allison Holt. I’m looking forward to settling down and writing a piece about my conversation and visit with Holt. Her re-telling and artworks of the different energies and […]
A couple of weeks ago, I attended an Upgrade! SF meeting filled with artists, writers, theorists, and curators within the new media arts community. The evening was filled with conversation around Chance Operations and stochastic methods related to the art making process. Luke Ogrydziak, principal architect at Ogrydziak / Prillinger Architects gave a brief talk around chance in the architecture and design processes. […]
See more comics from Calamities of Nature Calamities of Nature is one of those web comics you can’t deny. From science to politics to philosophical issues, the conversations between the cast of characters (Alp, Ferdinand, Harold, and Raymond) show the uncanny ability of creator, Tony Piro, to make abstract and esoteric ideas funny and palpable […]
Nesbit studied painting at the San Francisco Art Institute and is currently obtaining his MFA in Painting at Yale University.