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A Place of Her Own: Interview Roundup

    Here you can find the interview roundup for A Place of Her Own. A Place of Her Own features more than 30 artworks and large-scale installations that excavate the vibrant dreams and hopes of women. On view with accompanying public programming …

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Support The News on #givingtuesday, December 1

SOMArts has joined #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving that harnesses the collective power of individuals, communities and organizations to encourage philanthropy and to celebrate generosity worldwide. Occurring this year on December 1, #GivingTuesday is held annually on the Tuesday …

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The Tiny Painting Collective in The Ramp Gallery, November 3–November 24, 2015

The Tiny Painting Collective was started in 2014 by four San Francisco artists Susan Mullaney, Amy Harcourt, Lalit Nadkarni and Susanne Friedrich, who got together to create small paintings on wood blocks ranging from 1 x 1 in. to 8 …

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Chrysalis Printmaking Studio Open House, November 19

Enjoy fresh-off-the-press fine art prints including linocuts, monotypes, and monoprints by a variety of artists who have printed at Chrysalis Studio during the past year. Artists showing will include: Corey Brown, Jan Currie, Adrian Hern, Julie Flynn, Kristina Horton-Flaherty, Lucy Irwin, Katie Gilmartin, …

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Artist Interview: Susan Almazol

Can you explain the title, “Saying Yes,” as it relates to your work? “Saying Yes” means being receptive to and curious about anything that can happen when one gets older. I have learned to accept with the same welcoming attitude …

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Catchlight Presents: Status Update, Nov 13–15

Join us from 6-9pm, Friday, November 13 at SOMArts for the opening of Status Update, a new exhibition of photography and video about change, chance and inequality in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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Artist Interview: Laura Ming Wong

Your photography depicts the comfort of a bed surrounded by the outdoors. What does the contrast of furniture and the outdoors symbolize to you? People I’ve interacted with professionally and personally have told me that I’m guarded to the point …

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Artist Interview: Natalie Sacramento

What was your process like in selecting the found objects that make up your work? As a “non-artist” entering the A Place of Her Own Residency in the Fall of 2014, the thought of making art was a daunting one. …