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"SCRAP Art" - SCRAP’s 4th Creative Reuse Exhibition

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All the Fish in the Sea, 2012 Mixed Media Assemblage 9.5" X 17.75" X 5.5" © Dianne Hoffman
"SCRAP Art" - SCRAP’s 4th Creative Reuse Exhibition
Curated by: Jennifer Morningstar

1246 Folsom St.
San Francisco, CA 94103
December 1st, 2012 - January 9th, 2013
Opening: November 30th, 2012 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.arc-sf.com/
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
SOMA
EMAIL:  
arcstudiossf@gmail.com
PHONE:  
415.298.7969
OPEN HOURS:  
Wed. & Thurs. 1-6PM and Sat. 12-3PM during exhibitions
TAGS:  
assemblage, mixed-media, installation, conceptual, pop, surrealism, abstract, figurative, modern, traditional, sculpture
COST:  
n/a

DESCRIPTION

SCRAP’s 4th Creative Reuse Exhibition
- featuring San Francisco Bay Area artists who use materials found at SCRAP in their artwork

Opening Preview Reception: Friday, November 30th, 6:30-9PM

SCRAP Party with hands-on creative reuse activities: December 8th 1-3PM
Exhibition: December 1, 2012 – January 9, 2013

featuring: Andrea Allen, Aaron Almanza, Karen Balos, Marie Bergstedt, Gregg Briggs, Jeanine Briggs, Nadine Browning, Nikki Carpenter, Pabi Chulo, Cory Clinton, Aiko Cuneo, Louise Diskerud, Ste Fan, Susan Field, Paget Fink, Paul Fresina, Marguerite Gilligan, Sofia Gonzalez, Robert Haemmerling, Valerie Harris, Deb Hayner, Francisco Hernandez, Benjamin Hersh, Dianne Hoffman, Al Honig, Megumi Inouye, Kathy Kleinhans, Diana Krevsky, John Kuzich, Mido Lee, Monica Lee, Wenia Lee, Reddy Lieb, Liz Mamorsky, Michele Menard, Leslie Morgan, Dennis Potter, Stephanie Riger, Shawn Rosenmoss, Remi Rubel, Lady Saphire, Jane Schafgans, Kenan Shapero, Sarah Stangle, Tuan Tran, Rebeca Trevino, Jennifer Utter, Joan von Briesen, Stephen C. Wagner, Roxanna Walker, Bruce Wile, Jess Wilks, Dorothy Yuki, & David Zwicky

“SCRAP Art” is an exhibition of the potential of materials. As the Bay Area’s oldest creative reuse center, SCRAP has been diverting waste from landfill for use as art supplies for over 35 years. SCRAP's mission is to stimulate creativity and environmental awareness by promoting the creative reuse of materials that traditionally have been discarded as waste. SCRAP Art is an exploration of how materials inspire creativity. The artists who come to SCRAP use all manner of materials in their work taking advantage of the unending supply of materials both traditional and non-traditional that pass through SCRAP.