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“14 Rapid: Transit & Transition” Mission Themed Art & Performances | SF

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Saturday, August 8, 2015 - 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm | Cost: FREE
2293 Mission Street | 2293 Mission St, San Francisco, CA

Event Details

As Root Division prepares to open their new 13,000 square foot facility at 1131 Mission St. to the public in September, in August they are presenting their second Saturday exhibition offsite in the heart of the old Mission District neighborhood.

In 14 Rapid: Transit and Transition, twelve artists consider the #14 Bus line, and the evolution of Mission Street in a variety of media including performance, video, painting, sculpture and photography.

Mission Street is a main artery through a variety of the fastest evolving neighborhoods in San Francisco. The #14 Muni bus line runs from Daly City to SoMA and carries passengers representing the rich cultural diversity that San Francisco’s Crocker Amazon, Excelsior, Mission District and SoMa residents represent.

The exhibition will be presented at 2293 Mission Street, a restaurant space made available for their use. Root Division are partnering with Citizen Fox, the newest restaurant project by longtime Root Division supporter Deborah Blum, to offer an evening of art, and innovative plant based food.

Reception: Saturday, August 8, 6-10 pm
Exhibition: August 8 to September 20, 2015, by appointment

Exhibition Artists:

  • Holly Coley*
  • Susa Cortez*
  • Rea Lynn de Guzman*
  • Jon Fisher
  • Eliza Gregory
  • Cayla Harris*
  • Plinio Hernandez
  • Meredith Leich
  • Raphael Noz*
  • billy ocallaghan
  • Emmanuel Sevilla
  • Rhonda Weppler*

*Root Division Studio Artist

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Cost: FREE
Categories: *Top Pick*, Art & Museums, San Francisco, Theater & Performance
Address: 2293 Mission St, San Francisco, CA