Updates from AltEx Grantees: February-March 2017

"Technologies of Care", 2016. Still captured from video by Elisa Giardina Papa.

Subtitle: 

A Bimonthly Round-up

Updates from AltEx Grantees: February-March 2017

 

Royal Nonesuch Gallery, Round 9 Grantee
4231 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland, CA 94609
Royal Nonesuch Gallery is organizing 100 Days Action, an ongoing project of daily gestures in collaboration with thinkers, artists, and writers, as a counternarrative to Trump's 100-day plan. Open meetings to get involved in actions and meet with organizers take place on Saturdays 3-5pm through Feb. 11.

LAND AND SEA, Round 9 Grantee
5428 San Pablo Avenue, Oakland, CA 94608
LAND AND SEA Publications is hosting a Double Object art show on Feb. 3, 7-10pm with artist-collaborators Paul Clipson and Liz Harris, known for moving image and sound showing drawings and collage.

Adobe Books Backroom Gallery, Round 10 Grantee
3130 24th St, San Francisco CA 94110
Adobe Books presents Scenes I Don't Remember From Books I've Read, an exhibition of watercolor works by artist Lindsay Stripling. This exhibition is a meditation on "the fantastic and the real; the fiction that exists and the fictions that haven't been writen yet; the stories we remember and the stories we've forgotten; the visceral, the cerebral, and the beautiful." Open Feb 4 - Feb 26.

ONE + ONE + TWO, Round 10 Grantee
2565 3rd St, San Francisco, CA 94107
ONE+ONE+TWO is host to a bimonthly critique group and is accepting applications for their next meeting on Feb. 17 from 7-9pm. Each critique features three artists working in a variety of media, and three invited moderators to lead the conversation. The audience is capped at 15 guests and applications are due February 3. 

City Limits Gallery, Round 10 Grantee
300 Jefferson Street Oakland, CA 94607
Near to the Wild Heart, an exhibition showing artists Felicia Atkinson and Beryl Bevilacque, is on view at City Limits Feb 18 - Apr 2.

Living Room Light Exchange, Round 9 Grantee
(contact via e-mail for exact location)
On Feb. 21, Living Room Light Exchange is hosting their next monthly salon meeting dedicated to new media forms and dialogues, in Oakland. Andrew Culp, Joanna Cheung, and Elisa Giardina Papa will be presenting and discussing recent projects. Living room doors open at 7pm, talks begin at 7:30pm, and open discussion begins at 8:30pm.

Issued ID: Minority as Brand, Round 9 Grantee
2830 20th Street, No.105, San Francisco, 94110
Black & White Projects presents Issued ID: Minority as Brand, a multi-platform project exhibition discussing the problematic impositions of being a minority in the art world. The exhibition is on view Mar. 18 - Apr. 30. Reception on Mar. 18, 7-9pm includes a live performance.