January 12, 2019
Future Relations: A Resource for Radical Teaching presents F.T.P.
Saturday, November 16th–Saturday, December 21st, 2019
SOMArts, 934 Brannan St.
Future Relations: A Resource for Radical Teaching presents F.T.P. is the first exhibition of SOMArts 2019-20 Curatorial Residency season. With a combined 30 years of teaching experience, curators Fred Alvarado, Thomas Jones, and David Petrelli reimagine SOMArts’ Main Gallery into a site for collective liberation and hope for educators, community organizers, and youth alike.
Critically engaged teachers work collaboratively with young people in confronting and subverting systemic oppression. Through an Ethnic Studies, social justice oriented lens, Future Relations offers alternatives to traditional models of education by presenting works that underscore the importance of experiential knowledge and community cultural wealth.
Exhibiting artists include Brett Cook, whose social practice extends into public speaking and teaching, Carolina Caycedo, whose environmentally focused works explore the impact of development projects, and Precita Eyes’ Urban Youth Arts Program, a class for students ages 11-19 that focuses on lettering and character design.
FUTURE RELATIONS: A RESOURCE FOR RADICAL TEACHING PRESENTS F.T.P.
Chandna Agarwal and Ragni Agarwal
Caleb Duarte and Ricardo Rivera
David De Rozas
Lauren Marie Taylor
Los Pobres Artistas Collective
Precita Eyes Urban Youth Arts Program
Susan Greene/Art Forces