Tomorrow night, June 14th in Oakland is an exhibition curated by Colpa Press, San Francisco at Interface Gallery. “Just Make Something”, features works by Et Al (Aaron Harbour, Jackie Im and Facundo Argañaraz), Stairwell’s (Carey Lin and Sarah Hotchkiss) and The Popular Workshop (Andy Hawgood and Nate Hooper). These curatorial teams have been asked to work together as artists by creating one limited edition object. Each team will present their object at Interface Gallery from June 5th to 30th with an opening reception on the 14th from 6-10pm. The resulting work will be featured in a publication by Colpa. This exhibition is an interesting project asking gallerists to collaborate and create works as a product of the spaces they run. It will be exciting to see what they have made and listen to the concepts that inspired the work.
Interface Gallery is located in the Temescal District of North Oakland in Temescal Alley @ 486 49th Street (between Telegraph Avenue and Clarke Street). For more information visit here.
The 2013 MONSTER DRAWING RALLY is tomorrow night, June 14th at THE NWBLK in San Francisco 6-11pm. THE NWBLK is located at 1999 Bryant Street (at 18th), San Francisco. Tickets: $15 & up donation at the door
Southern Exposure’s Annual Monster Drawing Rally is a live drawing and fundraising event with 120 artists working side by side. The event lets spectators to observe artists in the act of creation, providing the opportunity to watch a drawing come to life, and to purchase a work of art minutes after its completion. Drawings are available for purchase immediately for just $60 each, and all proceeds provide direct support to Southern Exposure’s programs and mission of supporting visual artists. The Monster Drawing Rally sets the stage for extraordinary interaction. The evening will consist of four one-hour shifts that each feature 30 artists drawing simultaneously, bringing their private, rarely-seen studio practices to life for your viewing pleasure! You can read more about the Monster Drawing Rally online, and see images of last year’s drawings here. There will be drinks supplied by New Belgium Brewing Company and curbside food from local food trucks including Kasa Indian Truck.
For more information visit here.