All Together Now

Dates: September 22, 2018 to October 25, 2018
Location: Fine Arts Gallery, Fine Arts building
Sponsor: Fine Arts Gallery
Hours: Tuesdays - Fridays, 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.; or by appointment
Cost: Free
Opening Reception: September 22, 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
Exhibit Contact: Fine Arts Gallery
Phone: 415-338-6535
Email: fineartsgallery@sfsu.edu

Celebrating community as a means of resistance, "All Together Now" looks at art and activism from the perspective of those who seek to use their artistic practice to create networks, a sense of "being here now," mutual respect and understanding, belonging and a deeper sense of history as seen from what can be the mainstream's "margins."

Organized by Mike Arcega, Sharon Bliss, Kevin Chen and the students of the School of Art's Exhibition Design class.

Artists: People's Kitchen Collective, Lukaza Branfman-Verissimo, Jeffrey Cheung/Unity Skateboarding, Mel Day and Michael Namkung, Harrell Fletcher, Miriam Klein Stahl, Ramekon O’Arwisters, Lisa Solomon, Jackie Sumell, Weston Teruya and Kimberley Acebo Arteche, Shirin Towfiq and Angie Wilson.

The exhibition is supported by the Instructionally Related Student Activities Fund at San Francisco State University and the Zellerbach Family Foundation.

Going Global: From San Francisco to the World

Dates: April 26, 2018 to April 26, 2019
Location: Fine Arts Building, Room 203
Sponsor: Global Museum
Hours: Tuesday through Thursday, 11am to 4pm, Friday by appointment (Summer hours: Thursday, 1pm to 4pm, and by appointment)
Cost: Free
Opening Reception:
Exhibit Contact: Gina Caprari, Museum Registrar
Phone: 415-405-3734
Email: gcaprari@sfsu.edu
Website: museum.sfsu.edu

Community. Culture. Connections. Going Global: From San Francisco to the World features a selection of objects from the Global Museum's diverse collections to foster dialogue about our common humanity. Showcasing items from Egypt, Asia, Oceania, and the Americas--ranging from ancient to contemporary--the exhibition explores different cultural and artistic traditions, environmental relationships, and connections between past and present that still resonate with us today.