Artist News

Sep 30 2014

Fall Open Studios 2014 a Success!

Thanks to everyone who attended, bought art, bid at the auction, ate, drank, and enjoyed the FALL OPEN STUDIOS Hunters Point Shipyard and Islais Creek October 18-19 2014 Watch for the Spring Open Studios 2015 announcement here!
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Sep 14 2014

Larry Morace and Betsy Kendall art reception at Stanford Art Space

Reception September 25th 4:30-7p.m. [Note date change!] Stanford Art Spaces  Center for Integrated Studies Paul G. Allen Building/ Center for Integrated Systems (CIS), 420 Via Palou Mall David W. Packard Electrical Engineering Building. 350 Serra Mall Psychology Department , 450 Serra Mall (Jordan Hall, in Quad) All venues open during ...
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Shipyard History – Robert H. Andrews, An Appreciation

Robert H. ("Boba") Andrews was a San Francisco musician, computer programmer, arts enthusiast, and outdoor adventurer. As a visual arts patron, he often attended open studio events at Hunters Point Shipyard with his partner, Bill Geyer, and friends. Boba lost his life in a swimming accident in Hawaii in 1999. ...
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|Instalation at CJ Stuart Collection||||

May 16 2014


Long-time Shipyard artist Mirang Wonne has a solo show at the De Saisset Museum in Santa Clara of her glorious new work on steel mesh. Mirang Wonne in front of one of her Fire Script works Using a blowtorch, she draws directly onto the mesh creating dramatic gestural images. Using ...
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Feb 10 2014

STAR Welcomes the 2014 Artist in Residence: Ron Moultrie Saunders  
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Hunters Point Shipyard building

Oct 18 2013

Making the Point

Beth Shannon’s documentary Making the Point gives us a rare look at the largest art colony in the United States. The film tells the story of Jacques Terzian, the Point's visionary founder and how he kept the Point going in the face of political, financial and environmental obstacles.
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