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Faces and Places in the City

December 10, 2017 - March 12, 2018

Venue
Eureka Valley/Harvey Milk Memorial Library

Location
San Francisco, CA

Installation of flower sculpture by Elana Cooper, ceramic figure by Ricardo Estella, and self portrait by Yolanda Ramirez

The Eureka Valley/Harvey Milk Memorial branch of the San Francisco Public Library in the Castro neighborhood is hosting Faces and Places in the City, an exhibition featuring 44 artworks by 20 Creativity Explored artists.

Faces and Places in the City celebrates the diversity of characters in San Francisco and the places they enjoy.  Highlights include playful, tiny drawings by James Miles who captures people and animals doing fun things. Artist Lance Rivers shows a series of tunnels, bridges and buildings found throughout the Bay Area.  And, there are a wide variety of quirky people and portraits in multiple media by Antonio Benjamin, Andrew BixlerElana Cooper, Peter CordovaJoseph “JD” GreenRicardo Estella, Camille HolvoetVincent Jackson, Nathaniel Jeung, Alan Ku, Andrew Li, John Patrick McKenzieNubia OrtegaYolanda Ramirez, Kate Thompson, Miyuki Tsurukawa, Gerald Wiggins, and Andrew Wong.

Curated by Assistant Studio Manager & Visual Arts Instructor Eric Larson.



Exhibition Dates

December 10, 2017 - March 30, 2018

Exhibition Location
Eureka Valley/Harvey Milk Memorial Library
1 Jose Sarria Court
San Francisco, 94114
(415) 355-5616

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