“Coming Home” Art + Tech Community Day | PROXY
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Proxy SF | 432 Octavia St San Francisco, CA 94102
Submitted by the Event Organizer
Join Lava Mae for an afternoon of art, technology and community at PROXY | Hayes Valley!
We invite you to take part in this celebration of community as we spark small acts of kindness to affirm our belief that to live in a vibrant, healthy community that provides opportunity for all, we must embrace the fact that #weareallneighborssf.
This free, family-friendly, public event marks the final day of our coming home art + technology installation at PROXY. More details at cominghomesf.org.
coming home Community Day activities include:
– Augmented reality + audio experience
– Silent meditation (think: Silent Disco meets meditation)
– Chair massage
– Listening station
– Hygiene kit making
– Drop Your Drawers + Share Your Socks drive (please bring new pairs of socks and underwear for our unhoused neighbors)
– Lava Mae bus tours
About coming home
coming home (cominghomesf.org) is a citywide pilot project that seeks to build a bridge of shared humanity between neighbors – housed and unhoused.
Created by contemporary artist John Craig Freeman, sound artists Tania Ketenjian & Philip Wood (Sound Made Public), and produced by Lava Mae and ZERO1, coming home is an immersive augmented reality + audio experience connecting San Franciscans across the housing divide.
Most of us know little about our unhoused neighbors – those we see and the many more who are invisible – their stories or what’s required to navigate these challenging circumstances.
Come immerse yourself in life-size augmented reality scenes from across San Francisco neighborhoods, temporarily installed at Proxy SF – then take a moment to share your reflections with us.
You’ll meet a full range of people and hear their stories – from life on the street to holding a job, as a student or an elder, and from the point of view of those who have successfully moved beyond what is, for most, a temporary situation. And you’ll experience how we are more alike than we are different.
Learn more and join us Sunday, September 16: cominghomesf.org
Disclaimer: Please double check event information with the event organizer as events can be canceled, details can change after they are added to our calendar, and errors do occur.
Categories: Art & Museums