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Chinese Culture Center's Art-In-Storefront

Original post: Blackbookart Magazine Tuesday, April 26, 2011 On 704 and 708 Kearny Street, you might see installation in progress in the vacant storefronts on this busy San Francisco street.The Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco extends its Daily Lives show with the YBCA,... [more]
Posted by Feng Jin on 4/26/11

Op-Ed: Touristy, yes but San Francisco's North Beach still has the beat Special

Op-Ed: Touristy, yes but San Francisco's North Beach still has the beat Special By Jonathan Farrell Digital Journal The North Beach section of San Francisco for the most part caters to tourists; complete with tour buses, souvenirs and inflated prices. Yet despite the dusty narrow streets, heavy with traffic and often litter-strewn, North Beach still has a beat, if it can be said that way. "Beat" referring to its "Beatnik" past. At least for this reporter, North Beach still has a kind of rhythm that still makes it a special spot to gather. Sit outside on... [more]
Posted by Feng Jin on 4/25/11

The Art of Passages: A Group Exhibition Featuring Visual Expression of Life Experiences

APRIL 25, 2011 There is a new exhibit in town that promises to be refreshing and exciting with an intriguing grouping of medium to delight the eye.  Opening at the 901 Market Street Atrium (2nd floor), San Francisco on May 9th is The Art of Passages; featuring Seamus Berkeley, Mi’Chelle Fredrick, N. Teddy Goldsworthy-hanner, Christine Hanlon, Feng Jin and Michelle Nye working in the mediums of painting – oil, acrylic, watercolor and encaustic – sculpture and photography. The Art of Passages represents life experiences as defined through each artist’s visual expression.  Seamus Berkeley, wh... [more]
Posted by Feng Jin on 4/25/11

Art in Storefronts

By ccc– April 22, 2011Posted in: Exhibitions, Featured Art-in-Storefront, a project taking art to the public domain to reclaim and revitalize San Francisco’s forgotten city spaces, is back! Stretching from 704 to 710 Kearny Street, the 2011 storefronts include original work from acclaimed Bay Area artists Stella Zhang and Feng Jin. Unique to this installment is the artists’ use of the spaces as an extension of the concurrent Daily Lives exhibition at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, which opened on February 29 as a partnership between the CCC and YBCA. In the words of curator Kwai... [more]
Posted by Feng Jin on 4/22/11

Chinese Culture Center's Art-In-Storefront

Original Post: Chinese Culture Foundation Artists Network Posted by Kwai Mei Manor on April 17, 2011 at 12:14pm On Kearny Street, at 704, 708, and 710, you might see installation in progress in the vacant storefronts on this busy San Francisco street. The Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco extends its Daily Lives show with the YBCA, by bringing Bay Area artists out of the gallery and studio and to the public with their Art-In-Storefront exhibition.Curated by Kwai Manor, and featuring work by Stella Zhang, Cynthia Tom, and Feng Jin, this exhibit is set to open next week. Here ar... [more]
Posted by Feng Jin on 4/17/11