All proceeds from the sale of Dave Eggers’ drawings will go to ScholarMatch, a 501(c)3 which connects under-resourced students with resources, schools, and donors to make college possible. We have just listed over 50 new drawings on our site—click here to view.
Walls full? Not ready for an art purchase? You can still help send a low-income student to college and follow your student’s educational journey by donating to ScholarMatch here: https://scholarmatch.org/donate/
In short, we are pleased to work with Dave, pleased to work with ScholarMatch—they do really important work that directly helps our neighbors and community members.
Drawings can be purchased by emailing Noah Lang, firstname.lastname@example.org
and may be viewed here.
Tract: Hughen/Starkweather presents in three exhibitions the solo work of Jennifer Starkweather and Amanda Hughen alongside the collaborative work of Hughen/Starkweather. Their work encompasses both the macro – a large extent of land, and the micro – a nerve system within a human body, transcending the idea of scale.
San Marco Gallery
Saturday November 16
Work by Amanda Hughen and Jennifer Starkweather will be on display in Tract, November 7 through December 17 in San Marco Gallery, Dominican University of California’s Alemany Library, 185 Palm Avenue, San Rafael.
There will be an Artists Talk on Monday, November 11, from 6:30-7:30 PM and an Opening Reception for Tract on Saturday, November 16, from 4-6 PM in Alemany Library.
As collaborators, Hughen and Starkweather have explored a variety of systems and places, and the visual patterns created through the analysis of this data. This includes traffic at airports (vehicular, airplane, freight, people) and most recently in their Bay Bridge Project, the various usages of the eastern span of the San Francisco–Oakland Bay Bridge. Their mixed-media artworks consider the architecture, engineering, weather, and traffic.
Have you been wondering what Kris Lang, former digital imager at Electric Works, is up to now? Even though hanging out with her growing kids is more than a full-time job, she has kept her hand in the art world in a very active way. Over the past year, she has been doing photo retouching and digital printmaking at the studio of Leo vanMunching. This weekend you will have a chance to have a look into his studio thanks to ArtSpan’s Open Studios. Come see his large-format documents of San Francisco architecture and intimate portraits of this city’s residents at Open Studios this weekend at 754 Clementina St., from 11-6 on Saturday and Sunday.
Electric Works presents
Recent Work by Dave Schubert
November 1- 30
Opening reception Friday, November 1, 6-8 PM
Please join us for Dave Schubert’s first solo show at the gallery. Schubert’s deep commitment to documenting life on the street and his scholarship of the history of photography equal a powerful body of work. Often risking his own well-being Schubert makes images very few of us would dare to take, even if we were to witness them. The body of work will focus on images made in the Bay Area over the last decade, including many never-before-exhibited photographs. Schubert will be using both the main gallery and our project space to install this work which will include black and white and color photographs.
From October 5 to March 28, David Tomb’s Endangered Birds of the Philippines will grace the foyer of the San Francisco Public Library, Main Branch Civic Center and the Wallace Stegner Environmental Center on the 5th floor.
On Oct.19th, 1:45pm-2:45pm, Koret Auditorium, David Tomb along with members of Jeepney Projects Worldwide will speak about their inspiring trip to Mindanao to see the Great Philippine Eagle, its fragile future, and the incredibly rich bird life of the Philippines. This presentation is one of the featured events in the 2nd Filipino American International Book Festival running from Oct. 18th through Oct. 20th.
We’re going APE – Alternative Expo Press, that is.
Visit us at booth #759
We will be featuring the best of our books, comics, prints and t-shirts.
This Saturday, October 12
This Sunday, October 13
Concourse Exhibition Center
835 8th Street
Electric Works has entered into a formal agreement with the San Francisco Arts Commission to photograph and create an edition of archival pigment prints based on murals found inside Coit Tower, Collection of the City and County of San Francisco. A portion of the sales will benefit ArtCare, a dedicated fund that supports the ongoing care and maintenance of the Civic Art Collection. Help us preserve San Francisco’s legacy by purchasing a print today! –
Join with us on Tuesday, October 8, from 6- 9 PM to celebrate the 80th birthday of the Coit Tower.
Live Worms Gallery
1345 Grant Avenue
Work by Candace Plummer Gaudiani is featured this fall at the Portland Museum of Art in Maine. Selected from nearly 900 applicants, 30 artists are included in 2013 Portland Museum of Art Biennial: Piece Work. On view October 3, 2013 through January 5, 2014, the Biennial will feature more than 70 works, ranging in media from painting and drawing to photography and video.
Amanda Hughen and Jennifer Starkweather select works from the flat files in preparation for their show at Dominican University that will feature both their individual works and their collaborative works. Stay tuned for details.
Valediction until October 19 in the Electric Works Gallery
Gallery hours: Tuesday- Saturday 11-5 PM