CATE WHITE – “Both on Earth” – Tournesol Show

location1007 6th and Market st, San Francisco, Ca, 94103date10, 16, 2015

 

_____ Looking at _____ Looking at the Mike Brown Memorial, 2015. Acrylic, spray paint on canvas, 72 x 60 inches. Courtesy of the artist.


HEADLANDS CENTER FOR THE ARTS
Tournesol Award Exhibition 2015

CATE WHITE
Both on Earth 

October 9 – November 6, 2015
Reception: Friday, 16 October, 5–7pm

Essay: (Mis)Fits: The Narrative Disobedience of Cate White’s Both On Earth:
A Poet’s Report
, by Arisa White accompanies the exhibition

Artist talk: Wednesday, 28 October, 6–8pm

the luggage store
1007 market street (at 6th street)
san francisco CA 94103
tel 415 255 5971
www.luggagestoregallery.org
wednesday–saturday, 12noon to 5pm, and by appointment

The Tournesol Award at Headlands Center for the Arts recognizes one Bay Area painter each year, supporting him or her in taking the first major steps toward establishing a career in the Bay Area. The Award is designed to support a full year of artistic work and development, and includes a $10,000 cash stipend, a private studio, and a funded final exhibition or project of the artist’s choice.

Headlands Center for the Arts is a multidisciplinary, international arts center located just north of the Golden Gate Bridge in the Marin Headlands. For more than three decades Headlands has presented an array of dynamic programs for artists and the public—including residencies, lectures and performances, Open Houses, community-based projects, publications and commissions—designed to enhance the reflection, dialogue and exchange that builds understanding of and appreciation for the role of the artist and art in society. (headlands.org)

the luggage store is one of San Francisco’s leading nonprofit mutlidisciplinary arts organizations established in 1987, with three venues in downtown San Francisco; the luggage store (1007 Market Street), the luggage store annex (aka 509 Cultural Center) at 509 Ellis Street and the adjacent Tenderloin National Forest in Cohen Alley (a green community commons for public art and social interventions). The luggage store’s vital exhibition, performing arts, public arts and arts education programs are designed to broaden social and aesthetic networks by encouraging the flow of images and ideas between different cultural and economic communities. (www.luggagestoregallery.org)

the luggage store . 1007 market street, san francisco CA 94103
415 255 5971 . wednesdaysaturday, 12noon to 5pm, and by appointment www.luggagestoregallery.org

 

opening16Oct