"The Trees Will Outlive Us," by Barbara Boissevain
Archival Digital Print
RETROFIT 1.0 & 2.0
FabMo provides unique, high-end materials to artists, teachers, and others for their creative reuse. These exquisite textiles, wallpapers, tiles, leathers, trims, etc. are from the design world, and are usually not available to you at all except through a designer. FabMo makes them available on a donation basis, diverting about 70 tons/year of them from their otherwise destination - the landfill!
"Magnolias," by Diana O'Keefe Brady
Photograph, Metal Print
"Extreme Desk," by Susan Kraft
Mixed Media, Acrylic on canvas
Book of Emily (Part 1)
Written and performed by Emily Scott
Directed by Lessa Bouchard
Emily’s life flashing before your eyes. A coming of age story turned on it’s head. A collection of monologues performed ecstatically by the writer herself. Telling the truth, Emily leads us back to simpler times, like 2003. A pop-culturist of Palo Alto and California cool - the references may make you want to sing along to the Spice Girls, or, like, something.
An excerpt from Emily's show, "A Middle School List," was featured as part of Archive Mixed Media's Dragonfruit event last October- join us to see the larger work.
7:30p at the Dragon Theatre in downtown Redwood City
Doors open at 7p
$5-$10 donation, cash only at the door.
There will be one 10 min intermission.
Concessions will be available for purchase to enjoy during the show.
Expand your library at Friends of the Palo Alto Library sales!
We never stop making finds at the Friends of the Palo Alto Library sales, and we volunteer when we can. You won't find just books, but also art and collectibles, along with puzzles and games, greeting cards, music and software. Monthly sales are Saturday-Sunday; go to the FOPAL site for the next dates.
Saturdays: Bargain Room: 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m.; Children's Room: 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; Main Room: 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Sundays: All rooms: 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
4000 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto
May 6- 21
Visit Mixed Media Archivist Artists and friends Barbara Boissevain, Diana O'Keefe Brady, Susan Kraft, Sally Rayne and many others!
491 Greenwich Street, San Francisco, 94133
RETROFIT 1.0, May 20–June 17
opening reception, 6:30-8:30 pm on May 20
RETROFIT 2.0, June 24–July 22, 2017
opening reception, 6:30-8:30 pm on June 24
The artists of Cubberley Artist Studio Program (CASP), a thriving community of artists based at the City of Palo Alto’s Cubberley Community Center, have returned to previously explored subject matter or reinterpreted a personal aesthetic trademark in diverse media, including photography, painting, sculpture, fiber arts, printmaking and mixed media.
The artists participating in RETROFIT 1.0 are Barbara Boissevain, Barbara Gunther, Charles Coates, Inge Infante, Lessa Bouchard, Linda Gass, Marianne Lettieri, Mel Day, Melissa Wyman, Pantea Karimi, and Servane Briand. The artists participating in RETROFIT 2.0 are Ann McMillan, Amy DiPlacido, Andy Muonio, Catherine diNapoli, Conrad Johnson, Ernest Regua, Ken Edwards, Paloma Lucas, Rochelle Doorley, Sahba Shere, and the collaborative artist duo t.w.five.
This show was curated by CASP artists Mel Day and Marianne Lettieri, and as a group, CASP artists include winners of significant awards such as the Fleishhacker Eureka Fellowship, Silicon Valley Laureate, and Murphy Fellowship in the Fine Arts. Many exhibit their art internationally and have participated in prestigious artist residencies throughout the U.S. and abroad, including the DeYoung Museum and Djerassi Resident Artist Program.
“This is an exciting time as we reopen the gallery after a year-long construction project to upgrade our historical landmark location,” said Ana Sycip, Associate Director of Telegraph Hill Gallery. “With RETROFIT 1.0 and 2.0, we’re bringing a fresh new art perspective to the City with the work of these Silicon Valley artists.”
Rhyena Halpern, Assistant Director for the Palo Alto Community Services Department, who oversees the Cubberley Artist Studio Program, said, “We are thrilled for this opportunity to show off the extraordinary talent of our artists. We expect the gallery’s location in the popular North Beach area will attract visitors from San Francisco and elsewhere.”