re:home For Freedoms Exhibition featuring EDBA Artist Rasta Dave
Dec
1
to Dec 29

re:home For Freedoms Exhibition featuring EDBA Artist Rasta Dave

  • Minnesota Street Project (map)
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We are pleased to announce our participation in re:home, a For Freedoms exhibition and community action that examines how the broad societal crises of sanctuary city, homelessness, and the flight of the creative class intersect in the San Francisco Bay Area. We will be lending the work of Everday Bay Area artist Rasta Dave in the main exhibition/Community Action Center/ Pop-Up Shop.

Curated by Amy Kisch of AKArt Advisory + Collect For Change™, Candace Huey of Re.riddle, and Suzanne Zuber, and developed in cooperation with the Goethe-Institut San Francisco, the exhibition will be on view at Minnesota Street Project from December 1 - 29, 2018. An opening reception will be held on Saturday, December 1 from 5-8pm. RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/opening-reception-for-rehome-a-for-freedoms-exhibition-tickets-52025858744 A related For Freedoms Town Hall event will take place on Saturday, December 15 from 6-8pm. RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rehomea-for-freedoms-town-hall-tickets-52437585229

For more information and updates on planned events and programming, follow @collectforchange and head to www.rehomesf.org.

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WIDENING THE LENS: REVOLUTIONIZING PHOTOGRAPHY VOICES
Nov
2
6:30 PM18:30

WIDENING THE LENS: REVOLUTIONIZING PHOTOGRAPHY VOICES

Three extraordinary leaders in photography will discuss their groundbreaking approaches to using the most powerful communications tools of our time, concurrently creating provocative work on their own and exposing diverse artists to opportunities to amplify their visual voices. Join us for a dynamic conversation about the exciting possibilities of a more nuanced and inclusive photographic lens to create a broader societal impact.

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Imagine Abundance: Visual Stories of the Bay Area
Sep
28
7:00 PM19:00

Imagine Abundance: Visual Stories of the Bay Area

  • Frank H Ogawa Plaza Oakland, CA, 94612 United States (map)
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Imagine Abundance: Visual Stories of the Bay Area is a public art installation and community conversation reflecting on Bay Area life from a perspective of cultural, spiritual, or literal abundance.  The exhibition will feature works by members of the Everyday Bay Area (EDBA) collective as well as submissions from the general public.  The images will be projected at Frank Ogawa Plaza and followed by a community conversation in the gallery with the artists.

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FOCAL POINTS: Closing Reception, Poetry Reading & Catalogue Release
Jun
28
6:00 PM18:00

FOCAL POINTS: Closing Reception, Poetry Reading & Catalogue Release

Please join us in the gallery for the closing reception and exhibition catalogue release for Focal Points, featuring work by CatchLight Fellows Tomas van Houtryve, Sarah Blesener, and Brian L. Frank along with artists from the Everyday Bay Area Collective. 

Reception will feature:

  • Live poetry reading by D. Scot Miller

  • Live photo printing for the Everyday Bay Area community wall 

  • FOCAL POINTS exhibition catalogue release and  local artist signing 

  • Flash fundraiser fine print sale and presentation by 2017 CatchLight Fellow Brian L. Frank with all proceeds benefiting an upcoming youth photography workshop produced by CatchLight in partnership with Project Rebound 

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COMMUNITY CONVERSATION & PHOTOWALK: Private Life in the Public Eye, Ethics of Street Photography With Everyday Bay Area Photographers
Jun
2
12:00 PM12:00

COMMUNITY CONVERSATION & PHOTOWALK: Private Life in the Public Eye, Ethics of Street Photography With Everyday Bay Area Photographers

Everyday Bay Area photographers Brenton Gieser and Felix Uribe will discuss the work that led to their Tender Souls project and their consideration for the ethics and implications of street photography in communities of un-housed individuals. Conversation and Q&A moderated by Ken Walton (Photographer & Founder of StreetFoto San Francisco). A photowalk through the Tenderloin area led by artists Emma Marie Chiang, Brenton Gieser, and Felix Uribe will follow. This is the perfect lead up to the 2018 StreetFoto Festival!

* Please bring your own cameras or camera phones for the photowalk portion

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Live Broadcast: CatchLight Shortlist In Conversation #2
May
9
11:30 AM11:30

Live Broadcast: CatchLight Shortlist In Conversation #2

This fellowship is aimed at the discovery and communication of issues not only of today, but of tomorrow — stories we don’t know about yet, or that we are revisiting through an entirely new lens. Hear from our 2018 Shortlisted Photographers Tanya Habjouqa, Andre Bruce, Andre Ellen Reed and Aliso Cornyn exploring the issues of today and tomorrow. This discussion will be moderated by Paul Lowe and will be joined by 2018 Jury member Laura Beltrán Villamizar.

JOIN THE CONVERSATION HERE

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Tomas van Houtryve: Lines and Lineage
May
4
7:30 PM19:30

Tomas van Houtryve: Lines and Lineage

Palo Alto Photography Forum presents Tomas van Houtryve: LINES AND LINEAGE. Come out to hear about our 2017 Fellow Tomas van Houtryve's project ‘Lines and Lineage’ — a new powerful body of work that explores the reality of the US and Mexico border before 1848, when the United States seized half of Mexico’s land and created the border that we know today. The conversation will be moderated by Sally Martin Katz, Curatorial Assistant of Photography at SFMOMA.

Learn more and buy tickets here: http://www.paloaltophotoforum.org/

 

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FOCAL POINTS: CatchLight Fellows and Everyday Bay Area Collective
May
3
to Jun 27

FOCAL POINTS: CatchLight Fellows and Everyday Bay Area Collective

SF Camerawork is proud to present FOCAL POINTS, CatchLight’s inaugural annual exhibition. Featuring work from 2017 CatchLight Fellows, Tomas van Houtryve, Sarah Blesener and Brian L. Frank, along with local artists from the Everyday Bay Area collective, this traveling exhibition explores the power of visual storytelling to drive social change.

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Everyday Bay Area Community Wall
May
3
to Jun 27

Everyday Bay Area Community Wall

Post your photographs with the hashtag #EDBAFocalPoints on Instagram or email them to hi@catchlight.io with the subject line “EDBA Focal Points Submission”. Join us throughout the exhibition for live printing sessions of EDBA community submitted photographs in the gallery. 

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Live Broadcast: CatchLight Shortlist In Conversation #1
May
2
11:30 AM11:30

Live Broadcast: CatchLight Shortlist In Conversation #1

JOIN THE CONVERSATION

Call in anonymously. Attendees using this PIN appear as anonymous callers in the session.

• Dial-in: 442033189610

• PIN: 5754111036

Conversation #1: Fellowship for California: Looking at global issues through a place-based lens.

We are thrilled to present the work of CatchLight Shortlist Artists Monique Jaques, Ryan Christopher Jones, and Carlo Javier Ortiz each developing California-focused projects that explore themes of immigration, climate, poverty and police-community relations. This discussion will be moderated by Paul Lowe.

RSVP HERE and we will email you with platform details ahead of the broadcast.

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