CEM Resident Indira Allegra will present a movement workshop responding to the modes of being and thinking modeled by Awoke, the mythical AI developed by CEM Founder Surabhi Saraf. Inviting participants to imagine new, non-human forms as prompts for physical expression, Indira’s session combines experimental movement with group witness and written reflection.
Friday, October 5, 2018
Doors 6:00 – 10:00 PM
at Minnesota Street Project, San Francisco
Our famous annual Monster Drawing Rally is an incredible live drawing event and fundraiser where over 120 artists work side by side. As spectators spy on the creative process, sketches morph into full-fledged artworks – immediately available for affordable prices. All proceeds directly support Southern Exposure's programs.
Special thanks to Fort Point Beer Co. for their generous beverage donation.
In collaboration with Prison Renaissance and incarcerated artists, activists, and creative thinkers, Southern Exposure and East Side Arts Alliance present an installation of curated audio pieces – from conversations to rap, anecdotes to poetry -- centering the voices of those incarcerated in the Bay Area, and revealing the commonalities between the metropolis inside and the metropolis outside. Three live events will include conversations between incarcerated people and audience members.