The Good Death: Storytelling & Art Show | SoMa
Join a very special Sketchpad group art show, “The Good Death.” This is in collaboration with “Reimagine End of Life,” A citywide exploration of death and celebration of life, through creativity and conversation.
The Good Death: Storytelling & Art Show
April 19-22 2018 | noon-6 pm
Sketchpad Gallery, 505 Natoma St, San Francisco
FREE w/ RSVP
This show is an open conversation about death and how artists can bring this taboo subject to light through visual storytelling. They have asked over 25 award-winning artists to tell the story about their own personal/cultural relationship with death.
Also joining the show is Morgan Brown, creator of “Conversations I Wish I Had”, for people to speak to someone in their life who has died. It opened at a gallery in the arts district of LA, and recently debuted at the Museum of Art and History in Santa Cruz, CA.
“The Good Death” opens April 19th-22nd and you are invited to join to reflect upon death and perhaps gaze upon one’s own mortality.
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