|9/10, Introductions 2022: Opening Reception
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Root Division presents:
Introductions 2022: Opening Reception
Saturday, September 10, 7:00pm-9:00pm, San Francisco CA
MORE INFO: http://www.rootdivision.org
Root Division presents "Introductions" 2022, the 16th iteration of our annual juried exhibition. The Introductions exhibition will showcase the talent of thirteen emerging artists in the San Francisco Bay Area, offering exposure to the art community and beyond through public reception, and catalogue documentation.
The "Introductions" exhibition responds to the need to highlight artists without gallery representation in the Bay Area. Artists are selected through a highly competitive juror review process of typically over 150 submissions based on the conceptual and formal strength of the work. The resulting exhibition includes a diverse range of media and subject matter featuring video, installation, sculpture, photography and painting.
The exhibition is one of the keystones of Root Division's exhibition programming offering exposure to emerging artists and a chance for the public to view cutting edge local art production in the Bay Area.
Lian Ladia, Curator, Exhibitions and Programs, The David Ireland House, 500 Capp Street Foundation.
Genevieve Quick, Interdisciplinary Artist, Arts Writer, Educator.
Leila Weefur, Independent Artist, Writer, Curator.
Exhibition Dates: September 1 - 23, 2022
Gallery Hours: Wednesday - Saturday, 2 - 6 pm (or by appointment)
Paola de la Calle
Viviana Martinez Carlos*
Claudia Huenchuleo Paquien
*RD Studio Artist
Saturday, September 10
1131 Mission St.
San Francisco CA, 94103
Contact: Frances Fleetwood
About Root Division:
A visual arts non-profit that connects creativity & community through a dynamic ecosystem of arts education, exhibitions & studios. We empower artists, foster community service, inspire youth, & enrich the Bay Area through engagement in the visual arts. We are a launching pad for artists, a stepping stone for educators and students, and a bridge for the general public to become art supporters.