Artist Fellows Salon, Hosted by Intersection for the Arts: Open Process Showing from Block by Block

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We are proud to present 2011 de Young Artist Fellows Todd T. Brown, multidisciplinary artist; Kevin Epps, filmmaker; and theater group Campo Santo as they create new work that will premiere at the de Young and throughout San Francisco this fall.

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Open Studios/Salons
Friday Nights through September 30
6:00–8:30 pm
Kimball Artist Studio/Kimball Education Gallery, de Young
Join the artists for salons, discussions, and presentations of their works-in-progress.

hosted by Intersection for the Arts
on August 5 and September 9 *Please note the date change

August 5
Join Nicole Klaymoon
performing with Intersection for the Arts's resident theater company
Campo Santo
mixing live music, beatboxing, spoken-word movement, MC battles, and more
all part of work for a new performance piece
Block by Block
that will feature Campo Santo, Felonious, Embodiment Project, Susie Lundy, DJ Wonway, and even more

September 2
Intersection for the Arts's
resident theater company Campo Santo
sharing open process showings from the upcoming
Block by Block
featuring live music and movement from Felonious 
featuring Carlos Aguirre, Keith Pinto, and Tommy Shepherd
with guest MCs and musicians including DJ Wonway (Juan Amador) and others

Photo by Pak Han.

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Join us again this fall when the Artist Fellows premiere their projects, including an original production by Campo Santo, directed by Sean San José; FAM BAM, a new documentary on the black family by Kevin Epps; and performances and paintings by Todd T. Brown. 

For more information on the Artist Fellows projects, visit the website and blog

Ticket Information

The Kimball Education GalleryArtist Studio is open Fridays, 6:00–8:30 p.m., and Saturdays/Sundays, 1:00–5:00 p.m. Admission is free.

Sponsor

Special thanks to our collaborating partners Red Poppy Art House, the African American Art and Culture Complex, and Intersection for the Arts. This project has been generously funded by The James Irvine Foundation’s Innovation Fund.

The James Irvine Foundation

Contact Information
Andrea Martin