Southern Exposure’s Mission Voices Summer (MVS) is a FREE 4-week intensive summer arts program for youth aged 14-21. Application deadline for Youth Artists has been extended to Friday, June 21!
Come experience Love, Aswang, a group exhibition and evening of performances curated by Kim Acebo Arteche that examines healing and decolonial practices by Bay Area female, femme, and non-binary identifying artists of color. On view May 31 - June 29!
Join SoEx and Wolfman Books next Saturday, June 29 to celebrate the release of Blank Sign Book by poet and art writer Anne Lesley Selcer.
Now, more than ever, we must ensure that our local arts ecosystem not only survives, but thrives. At SoEx, we are dedicated to giving artists the space and resources to realize their visions and make art that matters. With your help, we can keep artists living and working in the Bay Area.
Anh Bui, "Untitled 2"
May 31 - June 29, 2019Curated by Kimberley Acebo Arteche
SoEx has partnered with Wolfman Books to support the release of
A Single Drop is a series of choreo-poetic documentaries designed to open portals of...
Michael Rakowitz, “A Color Removed” (2018), community event in honor of Ms. Samaria Rice & the Tamir Rice Foundation (image courtesy SPACES)
The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts is expanding its Regional Regranting Program to Cleveland and Denver and will bring back Baltimore’s program,
Youth artists come together for a four-week summer intensive program.
Join SoEx's FREE 4-week intensive summer arts program for youth aged 14-21!
Southern Exposure presents Love, Aswan
Poster published in conjunction with The Tallest Part of the Arch, group exhibition...
See Alt Ex In Action!
Southern Exposure's Alternative Exposure grant program supports the independent, self-...
$1.25 : A Ticket for the Ne...
Southern Exposure's Youth Advisory Board is excited to announce the artists who have been...
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