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Exhibition: WRAPPED

Alison OK Frost, Emily Gui, and Marianne McCraney consider everyday phenomena such as face masks, PPE, and cardboard delivery boxes in exploring the impacts of the pandemic. Their works convey the vulnerability and isolation of our months of shielding and social distancing. They reveal the larger contexts of the pandemic, including the precarity of public health and the growing reach of tech giants like Amazon.

On view by appointment at Artemis
1695 18th Street #411 SF, CA

through Sunday Dec 5

To schedule, please email:

events@ArtemisSF.com

For COVID safety, masks are required.


past (2020-2021)

Palo Alto ArtLift Summer 2021
> follow the map: Art Food Thought Walk in downtown Palo Alto

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During lockdown, these were our modified events:

Taste: Ekphrastic edibles on Slow Art Day, Apr 4
> create drinks based per the instructions in this link: https://artemissf.com/taste/

See: Virtual opening and online viewing, Apr 26
> Watch Zoom recording from Apr 26 Maritza Ruiz Kim and the poets — https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/share/_tBHH7PM2FxOH9bkxGCCRv8wMtTneaa823JK-KEKzUtpHkWFYVB6QOu_HTirgNtj

Hear: Poetry reading via Zoom, Apr 26
> see poetry reading at above link

Watch Zoom recording from Apr 26 Maritza Ruiz Kim and the poets — https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/share/_tBHH7PM2FxOH9bkxGCCRv8wMtTneaa823JK-KEKzUtpHkWFYVB6QOu_HTirgNtj



Contact: 1695 18th Street  #411 SF CA 94107, @ Potrero Stage Art Building ph: 415-519-7927 em: info@artemissf.com