BROADSIDE ATTRACTIONS | VANQUISHED TERRAINS
One more week to see:
APRIL 11 – MAY 26, 2012
INTERSECTION FOR THE ARTS
925 Mission Street, Suite 109,
San Francisco, CA 94103
GALLERY & COMMUNITY HOURS Tuesdays – Saturdays, 12-6pm
OPEN PROCESS: YOUR STORIES MAKE THE EXPERIENCE
Reading list exploring how we share information provided by The San Francisco Public Library.
Printing The Future In collaboration with Community Partners Oasis for Girls, WritersCorps, ReAllocate, and TechShop, a 10-week screenprinting, public art, and writing workshop for young women that explores positive change in our communities.
Broadside Attractions: Vanquished Terrains takes inspiration from the historical broadside and reflects on contemporary events and culture using the theme of “vanquished terrains” as a point of departure. Historically the broadside has been defined as a large sheet of paper printed on one side and designed to be plastered onto walls in public areas to announce events, proclamations, or news. Before newspapers, magazines, and the internet, there was the broadside.
Organized in collaboration with curators Megan Wilson and Maw Shein Win, this project is part of Intersection’s larger exploration of language, place, and storytelling that pays homage to the history of printed matter, highlights cross-disciplinary work between artists and writers, and embraces a 21st Century reinterpretation of one of the original forms of public communication.
- Kevin Chen, Program Director: Visual Arts, Literary & Jazz at Intersection
Artist | Writer pairs include:
Eliza Barrios | Myron Michael
Paul Bridenbaugh | Steve Gilmartin
Karrie Hovey | Elise Ficarra
Misa Inaoka | Jaime Cortez
Keiko Ishihara | Chaim Bertman
Patricia Kelly | Vince Montague
Dwayne Marsh | Nana Twumasi
Nathaniel Parsons | Ly Nguyen
Christine Ponelle | Annice Jacoby
Matthew Rogers | Maw Shein Win
Megan Wilson | Hugh Behm Steinberg
Liz Worthy | Jenny Bitner
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Huge THANK YOU to: QueridoMundo, Littoral Press/Lisa Rappoport and Kalyn Dobbs (project coordinator).