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Upcoming public opportunities to visit StudioSoad during various gallery and studio events.
My studio #101 will be open during the receptions for the following exhibits at Arc Gallery:
Next up join us in studio #101 at Arc Studios and Gallery on Saturday, February 24th, 7-9pm for the opening reception for "48 PILLARS" Bay Area Exhibition in Arc Gallery, Michael Yochum, Curator
It's going to pretty jammin' at Arc Gallery (this Saturday, 7-9pm) for the openings of 48 PILLARS in the main gallery and LIFE LIVE in the Project Gallery
48 PILLARS featured artists:
Carlos Cartagena, Paule Dubois Dupuis, Holly Downing, Georgianne Fastaia, Rebecca Fox, Laura Hapka, Patter Hellstrom, Ester Hernandez, Howard Hersh, Isis Hockenos, Vincent Jackson, Ivy Jacobsen, Carole Jeung, Kevin Keul, Joseph Kowalczyk, Katja Leibenath, Paul Morin, Stephen Namara, Hadley Radt, Lucky Rapp, Fernando Reyes, Ari Salomon, Cindy Shih, Ursula X. Young
Arc Studio artists:
Soad Kader, J.R. King, Tracy Starr, Stephen C. Wagner, Dianne Hoffman, Su Evers, Bonnie Levinson, Denise Tarantino, William Salit, Scott Fin, Rachel Leibman, Deb Cook Shapiro, Peter Howell, Joshua Coffy, Amy Ahlstrom, Priscilla Otani
48 PILLARS online catalog:
LIFE LIVE online catalog:
The Pacific Pinball Museum 1510 Webster St., Alameda, CA and NCWCA presents: kaPOW! Heroic Women
kaPOW! Heroic Women exhibition, an initiative of the Northern California Women’s Caucus for Art in collaboration with the Pacific Pinball Museum.
Heroic women are those who say "Me Too”, steadfast friends, mothers, sisters, famous and unknown women of the past whose lives speak to us, living artists, fantasy figures, and living, working, women. We are in a historical moment where our society is once again examining the role and treatment of women. There is a desperate need to see women through women's eyes.
Highlight of 2017:
With Liberty and Justice for Some (a KQED video by Kelly Whalen about the exhibit & I'm in it!)
I am honored to be a part of an exhibit, With Liberty and Justice for Some, co-curated by Monica Lundy and Walter Maciel first at the Walter Maciel Gallery in Los Angeles from January 7- March 4, 2017 then by The San Francisco Arts Commission Galleries March 25 - April 8, 2017. Next it will be hosted by Berkeley Art Center September 23 - October 8, 2017. Opening Reception is Saturday September 23rd 6-8pm.
With Liberty and Justice for Some features over 125 8x8" portraits of immigrants to the United States including historic public and personal portraits by 100 artists from Los Angeles and the Bay Area in a variety of mediums. The main installation forms the U.S. flag reminding everyone that we are a country made of immigrants.
find your colors at StudioSoad
Arc Studios & Gallery - Soad A. Kader #101
1246 Folsom Street - btw 8th & 9th SOMA
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