THREEPOINTNINE Art Collective: Black San Francisco Artists at Work
Wed, February 6, 2013 I 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM I Fromm Hall - Berman Room USF Main Campus
The word "Black" now is synonymous with "Vanishing". According to the 2010 census, the African American population in San Francisco has declined to 3.9%, in a city that has always considered its cultural diversity as one of its strengths.This collective founded by San Francisco artists Nancy Cato, Rodney Ewing, Sirron Norris, William Rhodes, and Ron Moultrie Saunders have adopted this statistic and forged a banner of support and resistance. Their work is creative activism — narratives and perspectives. Come meet the artist- activists and learn about their work. Free and open to the public. The 3.9 Art Collective: Black San Francisco Artists at Work.
Sponsored by Threepointnine Art Collective and African American Studies. For more information firstname.lastname@example.org