Closing reception for I AM SF exhibition and RP&E Release
February 22,2018 7 p.m. SF State
San Francisco State Univerity,
Caeser Chavez Student Center Art Gallery
1600 Holloway in SF.
This interview and the excerpts that follow are portions of an on-going project called I Am San Francisco: Black Past & Presence (IAMSF). Created and curated by Jarrel Phillips, IAMSF was presented as an art exhibition at City College of San Francisco’s Rosenberg Library in 2016 and at San Francisco State 2017-18. The purpose of IAMSF is to recognize the depth, beauty, complexity and abundance prevalent within ‘Black Life’ in San Francisco—culturallly, communally and individually. For more information, visit avesidea.org.
Read other IAMSF Stories:
- I Am San Francisco: Black Past and Presence
Curated by Jarrel Phillips [RP&E Vol. 21-1]
- I Am San Francisco: (Re)collecting the Homes of Native Black San Franciscans
Curated by Kheven LaGrone [RP&E Vol. 20-2]
- About I Am San Francisco
- Introduction by Jarrel Phillips