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TODAY: An exhibition of contemporary Art

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© Carmen Winant
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© Natalia Ancisco
TODAY: An exhibition of contemporary Art

2868 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
July 10th, 2010 - July 30th, 2010
Opening: July 14th, 2010 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.missionculturalcenter.org
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
Mission
EMAIL:  
gallery@missionculturalcenter.org
PHONE:  
(415) 643-2797
OPEN HOURS:  
Tue - Sat 10am-5pm
TAGS:  
sound art photography, installation, modern

DESCRIPTION

TODAY
An exhibition of contemporary Art
July 10th to July 30th
Opening Reception: Wednesday, July 14th 6-9:30pm

The TODAY exhibition is a survey of emerging California artists of various disciplines. The goal of this exhibition is to take an audience through a visual and auditory journey addressing the state of contemporary life through art. TODAY will display a 24 artists commissioned piece that will create a large wall installation.

The sound element of the exhibition is a sound track that has been created in accompaniment to the exhibition.

Participating Artists:
Carlos Castro Arias, Natalia Ancisco, James-David Mericle, Marlene Camacho, Carmen Winant, Justin Waugh, Catherine U-Thasoonthorn, David Pena, Veronica Rojas, Mik Gaspay, Crystal Gonzalez, Ariel Erestingol ,Pete Hickok and Josh Band.

Participating Wall Installation Artists:
Jack Fulton, Carlos Villa, Julio Cesar Morales, Michael Dodge, Mario Lemos, Peter Wu, Ron Saunders, Kottie Paloma, Albert Reyes, Matt Wardel, Kristi Lippire, Amy Jo, Emberly Modine, Jennifer Lo, Christopher Baird, Nancy Spoelhof, Heidi Anderson, Wanda Smans, Liz Miller, Benji Rowan, Ben Prince, Sunny Scarlett, Colin Manning, Sarah Baker, Rainen Knecht and Michele Pred.

Participating Sound Artists:
Nathan Burazer, Darren De Leon, Ricardo Rivera, Shalo P, Shemoel Recalde and Gustavo Herrera.

In the Inti - Raymi Gallery: An exhibition by Eduardo Gomez: !Coco Mania! Also featuring the
premier of !Viva Coco! A film directed by Patrick Kutsch and produced by Eduardo Gomez.

Gallery Events:
July 21st 7-8pm: A conversation with Alan Bamberger and Jack Fulton about the state of contemporary practices today.