Million Fishes Gallery presents
Resident Artist Group Show
Million Fishes is a Mission District-based live/work collective & gallery composed of a diverse group of artists dedicated to collaborative, creative exploration. For the bi-annual group show the 14 resident artists create a space in which to present recent work; viewing this show is akin to studio-hopping each of the artists' workspaces. Transcending categorization, Medicine runs the gamut of work from video installation to dance, from puppetry and sound performance to textile arts. The mediums presented vary as much as the themes of the work. Congealing around the concept of Medicine is a sense of renewal, protection and transformation; on a personal level for the resident artists, and in light of the recent reworking of the gallery space.
Founded in 2003 on the principle of co-creativity, our studios and venue serve as a platform for artistic cooperation as well as an interactive resource for the public. Our organization has grown to also suit the needs of many distinct creative endeavors, from productions and events to ongoing programs and services. Through presenting and making accessible emerging artwork from both the collective and outside artists, Million Fishes is a resource to local communities in the Mission District and the extended communities of our resident artists. Programs include innovative gallery exhibitions, an artists-in-residence program for 14 artists from a variety of backgrounds, and classes and workshops open to the community.
What: Art Exhibition; Visual Art
When: April 5, 2008 - April 30, 2008
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 5, 2008 7p-11p
Where: Million Fishes, 2501 Bryant St, San Francisco, CA 94110
Gallery Hours: By appointment.
Official Website: http://www.millionfishes.com
Added by ulrika_da on March 10, 2008