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In Passing at the Zen Hospice Project

February 15 - October 27, 2005

Venue
Zen Hospice Project

Location
San Francisco, CA


Zen Hospice will host an art exhibit and selected readings from “In Passing: A Book About Death”, an intimate chronicle of responses to death, dying, and grieving. Edited by Todd Herman, former Creativity Explored art instructor, winner of the San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery’s 2004 Emerging Curator Award, and noted Bay Area filmmaker and photographer, “In Passing” includes work by professional and non-professional artists from a multitude of cultures. CE artists include Betty Benard, Peter Cordova, Camille Holvoet, Michele Kunard, Michael Loggins, Sara O’Sullivan, and Gordon Shepard.

Please join us for an evening of art, prose, and recollections of death and loss during the season of remembrance. Books will be available for purchase and signing. Admission is free.

In Passing: A Book About Death is published by The Dancing Tree Press and newly accepted for distribution by Small Press Distribution.

Zen Hospice Project
273 Page Street
San Francisco CA

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