Blowfish Sushi is proud to present an exhibition of the digital art of Android Jones. You’ll remember Jones’ work from BRAF’s 2008 Artumnal Gathering flyer – a stunning image! This is the second in a series of exhibits of 2D work by Burning Man regulars, curated by LadyBee. 20% of the profits will be donated to the Black Rock Arts…Keep reading >>
The Black Rock Arts Foundation is proud to announce our support of The Spirit of the Man exhibition in Santa Rosa, California. The Spirit of the Man, a new sculpture exhibition at Paradise Ridge Winery, opens on May 20, 2012. This yearlong show features 38 major works by sculptors based locally and throughout the United States, many of whom are…Keep reading >>
Kate Raudenbush and crew installed Future’s Past at Patricia’s Green in Hayes Valley in early May, 2012. Photos of the installation process below the fold:
Future’s Past by kate Raudenbush, a photo by Hammon Photography on Flickr. Here is the beauty of Future’s Past, in several different views by photgrapher Mark Hammon.
In close collaboration with the Hayes Valley Arts Coalition (HVAC) and Hayes Valley community members, the Black Rock Arts Foundation announces plans to install another sculpture in Patricia’s Green in San Francisco. We’re proud to share Future’s Past, by Kate Raudenbush, with the San Francisco community. Funding permitting, full details of the installation will be announced soon. We are still…Keep reading >>
We are so pleased that NPR’s “All Things Considered” has published a piece about one of our 2010 grant recipients, the Music Box. The Music Box is an interactive environment built from the remains of an 18th century derelict cottage in New Orleans. This imaginatively reconstructed, and ultimately livable “house”, has become a musical instrument to be played by visitors.…Keep reading >>
Blowfish Sushi is pleased to announce the first in a series of ongoing art exhibits curated by Christine Kristen aka LadyBee: Paintings by Lee Harvey Roswell. The opening will take place on Wednesday, February 15 from 6-9 at the restaurant, 2170 Bryant Street, San Francisco. 20% of the profits from this exhibit will be donated to the Black Rock Arts…Keep reading >>
Bliss Dance, a photo by Joe Dsilva on Flickr. Have you seen this fun complilation of Bliss Dance Photos? Thanks to Joe Dsilva for making us smile this morning.