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Vanishing Point

3.9 Art Collective Reflects on Black Communities in San Francisco May – September 2017 Reception Sunday, May 7 at 5:00 pm Photo Credit: Ron Moultrie Sanders At the JCCSF Katz Snyder Gallery 3200 California Street, San Francisco, CA 94118 Curated by John ZarobellWith creeping gentrification in the twenty-first century, the African-American population of San Francisco is … Continue reading Vanishing Point

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Call for Beauty

Root Division 1131 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA  94103 Jan 11, 2017 to Feb 18, 2017 Curators: 3.9 Art Collective 2nd Sat Reception: Saturday, January 14, 2017 - 7:00pm to 10:00pm Gallery Hours (or by appointment): Wednesday-Saturday, 2-6pm - This January and February, in the face of a tumultuous political climate in which hatred and … Continue reading Call for Beauty

Hiraeth: the 3.9 Collective searches for home

  March 9–April 21, 2015 | Thacher Gallery at University of San Francisco Works by Nancy Cato, Rodney Ewing, Mark Harris, Kevin B. Jones, Rhiannon Evans MacFadyen, Ramekon O’Arwisters, William Rhodes, Tim Roseborough, Michael Ross, and Ron Moultrie Saunders PRESS LINKS San Francisco Chronicle (Datebook cover story) KQED Arts (video) USF Newsroom San Francisco Foghorn (print cover story) Frida Kahlo Journey (blog) Hiraeth Exhibition Catalogue EXHIBITION CATALOGUE … Continue reading Hiraeth: the 3.9 Collective searches for home

Press & Reception for Vanishing Point

Vanishing Point, the 7-person show of 3.9 Collective members on view at the JCCSF through September, opened this Sunday with a reception of 100 visitors, the artists, curator, and staff of the JCCSF. Also on Sunday, the show was featured in The San Francisco Chronicle's week highlights. Vanishing point explores proposals for the survival of black … Continue reading Press & Reception for Vanishing Point

3.9 Collective at stARTup Art Fair

April 28-30, 2017 Room 217 Hotel Del Sol, 3100 Webster Street, San Francisco General Admission Public Hours Friday, April 28: 2 - 6 PM / 7-10 PM, Opening Party Saturday, April 29: Noon - 9 PM Sunday, April 30: Noon - 7 PM Tickets Adults: $15 advance / $20 door Students & Seniors with ID: … Continue reading 3.9 Collective at stARTup Art Fair

3.9 Collective Welcomes Cheryl Derricotte

3.9 Art Collective is proud to welcome our newest member: Cheryl Derricotte Cheryl Patrice Derricotte is a visual artist and her primary medium is glass. Originally from Washington, DC, since 2011 she lives and makes art in the bay area of California. In Fall of 2016, Cheryl became the newest co-op member of “Developing Environments,” … Continue reading 3.9 Collective Welcomes Cheryl Derricotte

3.9 Presents the RE[FRAME] Conference September 26

RE[FRAME] Arts Industry Conference is a unique look at all aspects of the art industry through the eyes and experience of black artists and arts professionals and will present discussion forums on industry trends, multidisciplinary works by black artists, and professional development and networking opportunities. Open to all, RE[FRAME] positions black creatives as experts and … Continue reading 3.9 Presents the RE[FRAME] Conference September 26

How We Play: Photography Exhibition by Jarrel Phillips

Source: Race, Poverty & the Environment Editor’s Note: How We Play is a photography exhibition curated by Jarrel Phillips (featured at the City College of San Francisco earlier this year), focusing on three art forms—Acrobatics (Circus), B-Boying (Break Dance), and Capoeira—that are a culmination of art, culture and resistance. These art forms are brought to … Continue reading How We Play: Photography Exhibition by Jarrel Phillips

Rodney Ewing The David Brower Center through September 10

"The Security Question" The David Brower Center May 28-September 10 2015 2150 Allston Way, Berkeley, CA 94704  (510) 809-0900 The exhibition creates a platform to exam the idea of security in the 21st Century. My contribution is from a larger body of work called “Public Safety”. The project examined the technology, techniques, and language we have acquired … Continue reading Rodney Ewing The David Brower Center through September 10