Posted by Sarah Bailey Hogarty on August 15, 2012 - 4:34pm
Assaf creates artwork articulating subtle social and ecological commentary on the environment. Her work raises awareness
of the human influence on animals in the wild and how entire ecosystems function as a delicate balance of interdependencies.
Throughout the month of August, Assaf invites visitors to engage in hands-on activities at the...
Posted by Andrea Martin on July 27, 2012 - 7:09am
One of the most innovative components of the Artist Fellows program is the goal to reveal the process of artistic creation—the weeks (even years) of planning, the evolving ideas, and the constant back-and-forth that foments creativity. Throughout the month of July, Artist Fellow Sarah Wilson and her artistic partners, Catch Me Bird (C. Derrick Jones and Nehara Kalev), have been exhibiting this...
Posted by Andrea Martin on June 26, 2012 - 7:47am
De Young Artist Fellows Andy Diaz Hope and Laurel Roth are artists-in-residence this month in the Artist Studio. They are working on completing the third monumental tapestry in their triptych entitled The Conflicts. Today, guest blogger Andy Diaz Hope discusses aspects of the Museums’ permanent collections that touch on the themes contained in this project.
Posted by Andrea Martin on June 6, 2012 - 7:49am
This month, Laurel Roth and Andy Diaz Hope begin their year as
de Young Artist Fellows by setting up a research
studio in the Kimball Education Gallery. Roth and Hope will use this time in the
to design the third piece in a triptych of tapestries, which will be known as The Conflicts
. Here, the artists articulate the ideas, inspiration, and foundation of this...