The Anastasio Project is a multidisciplinary public performance work that investigates racial profiling and state brutality in the streets of Oakland and at the US-Mexico border, using the story of Anastasio Hernandez-Rojas as a point of departure.
Dig deeper into the themes of the group exhibition DIS/PLAY with docent-led tours, a performance by AXIS Dance Company and a panel discussion featuring dancers and exhibiting visual and media artists, Wednesday, April 8, 6–9pm
In DIS/PLAY artists with and without disabilities claim and define their own identities, experiment, and make their own rules. Thursday, March 26, 2015, 6–9pm, meet the artists of DIS/PLAY, engage in multimodal art explorations and enjoy live painting and comedy in the gallery among the art.
Refuge in Refuse: Art & Culture Project organizers lead a walking tour of the creations, realities and archives of the Albany Bulb. Learn about the history of the art & community that once flourished at the Bulb using augmented reality, February 28th.
Visual art opening features three film screenings, informal chats with former Albany bulb residents, participating artists, and other experts about the Bulb, and curbside tours of the LavaMae bus, a project of the Tides Center that provides mobile showers for the homeless in re-purposed SF MUNI busses