Inspired by Alison Pebworth’s installation on view at the SFAC Main Gallery, attendees were invited to create a small-scale cabinet of wonders. Innards and Upwards was originally created while Pebworth was in residence at the Recology San Francisco Artist in Residence Program.
Architects and designers showcased their talents beyond their design concepts for the built environment in this exhibition in the AIASF's Design Gallery. Amy and Jenn served on the jury panel to curate multimedia artworks that highlight the richness and diversity of the local interdisciplinary design community.
AweLab features three artists who will guide individual sessions of discovery at the StorefrontLab Gallery. Alice Shaw facilitates fundamental techniques in clairvoyance for developing personal clarity and healing. Jeremiah Jenkins offers one-on-one guru sessions culling elements from tarot, spirit guides, and shamanism to assist individuals, one question at a time. Jessica Ress improvises sound healing with crystal and Tibetan singing bowls.
AweLab is an exhibition at the StoreFrontLab gallery, featuring artwork by Alice Shaw and Alison Pebworth, and exploring how artists employ "awe" as a tool for inspiration and generation, and as a community-centered approach to life.
As Advisory Board Members of the SFAC Galleries, Amy and Jenn collaborated with 826 Valencia to lead a summer camp youth workshop. 826 students explored interdisciplinary creative placemaking and community engagement, inspired by artists and designers who propose positive civic change in the SFAC Galleries' Urbanition exhibition.