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Here’s a look at what SFAI alumni are up to this month!



Interior/Exterior—Curated by Ariel Zaccheo (MA 2013)

Check out Ariel Zaccheo’s curatorial work in the group exhibition Interior/Exterior, on view July 27–December 1, 2019 at the Museum of Craft and Design in San Francisco.

BINGO: The Life and Art of Bernice Bing (BFA 1959)

San Francisco native, Chinese American artist, and community activist, Bernice Bing was a bridge between many worlds. See the retrospective exhibition BINGO, on view September 21–January 5, 2020 at the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art.

Book Smart: Learning to Break the Rules—Bojana Rankovic (BFA 2018)

See Bojana Rankovic’s work in Book Smart, a group exhibition that introduces fresh, new forms in book arts—on view September 14–November 30, 2019 at the American Bookbinders Museum.

Peristyle—Izidora Leber LETHE (MFA 2015)

Experience Izidora Leber LETHE’s first solo museum exhibition, Peristyle—on view July 25–January 19, 2020 at The Contemporary Jewish Museum. 

Art+Tech Festival 2019—Haein Kang (MFA 2003)

See “Illusion” by Haein Kang at the 2019 CODAME Art+Tech Festival: Space—happening October 25–27 at GitHub in San Francisco.

Future Relations: A Resource for Radical Teaching Presents F.T.P.— Co-curated by Frederick Alvarado (BFA 2002)

Part of SOMArts 2019–2020 Curatorial Residency Program, Future Relations centers lesson plans, artworks, and actions from artists, teachers, and activists exploring creative practices that teach towards the eradication of oppressive environments. On view November 16–December 21, 2019 at the SOMArts Cultural Center.

Avant Garde Materials and Methods Workshop—Suzie Buchholz (BFA 2004)

Need a kick in the pants? New inspiration? A little artistic stimulation? On October 19+26, come to Suzie Buchholz’s studio in Sausalito and get your hands messy in a sun-filled studio watching demos, experimenting with new tools, and making art!

Kota Ezawa / Sean Raspet—Kota Ezawa (BFA 1995)

See Kota Ezawa / Sean Raspet, the last of a year-long series of two-person exhibitions, on view October 11–December 15, 2019 at /slash.

PhotoAlliance Lecture Series: David Maisel and Beth Davila Waldman—Beth Davila Waldman (BFA 2005)

On November 1, 2019, stop by our Chestnut Street Campus for artist Beth Davila Waldman’s PhotoAlliance lecture with David Maisel.

Beth Davila Waldman, “La Ocupation”, Acrylic paint and pigment on tarp on panel, 2018


Emergence: Held Together—Rachel Mica Weiss (MFA 2012)

Rachel Mica Weiss explores human relationships and boundaries in Held Together, a sculptural exhibition on view September 10–December 13, 2019 in the Tepper Quad MBA Commons at Carnegie Mellon University.



The Third Space: All that we have in common—Zach Mitlas (MA/MFA 2013)

See works by Zach Mitlas in the traveling group exhibition, The Third Space, at Salle Gilbert Gaillard in Clermont-Ferrand, France—on view May 22–November 19, 2019.



ver o extraordinário no ordinário: Projeto Andorinha (seeing the extraordinary in the ordinary)—Luba Zygarewicz (MFA 1994)

If you’re in Messejana, Portugal, experience Luba Zygarewicz’s space intervention in the ruins of São Sebastião Church—on view July 17–October 31, 2019.



Myth & Magic—Yen Chua (BFA 1993)

If you’re in Singapore, visit Intersections gallery in Kampong Glam for Yen Chua’s solo exhibition Myth & Magic—on view September 19–January 2020.


Kota Ezawa, Merzbau, 2019

Top Image credit: David Petrelli, Because White men can’t police their imagination, Black men are dying. Future Relations: A Resource For Radical Teaching Presents F.T.P. Image courtesy of the artist.

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