by Stacey M. Carter
by Stacey M. Carter

Shipyard Artist Speaks on Her Work at SF History Days at the Old Mint Saturday, March 3

Join Shipyard artist Stacey M. Carter this Saturday for a talk about her work at the 2018 San Francisco History Days at the Old Mint

Artist Talk:  PRESENT HISTORY: A Visual Documentation of Urban Environment

Location: The Old U.S. Mint,  88 5th Street, San Francisco, CA
Theatre 2, Vault Level, Vault 1, Carpenter’s Shop
Date: Saturday, March 3, 2018
Time: 11:15 am

Stacey Carter’s artwork serves as a visual document of the surrounding urban environment. Her multimedia compositions are based on photographs that are transformed by use of skilled printmaking technique combined with loose expressionistic hand painting. Layered and compositionally rich, her art is a study of how experiences define one’s environment, an acknowledgement of what has passed and its importance to the present. Her work tends to “freeze time,” making a platform for individual histories to be recalled and shared once more.

Image featured on this page: 3300 Club,  by Stacey M. Carter, 20 x 30″, Ink, pigment and acrylic on paper, 2017

This event is free, open to the public, and wheelchair accessible.

About San Francisco History Days at the Old Mint
On the weekend of March 3 and 4, 2018, the Old Mint becomes a pop-up museum of San Francisco history featuring more than 75 exhibitors at the San Francisco History Days at the Old Mint. Join community historians, archivists, genealogists, archaeologists, researchers, educators, reenactors, and other history enthusiasts for a free Community Open House at this historic site. Past history weekends at the Old Mint have brought together dozens of organizations to celebrate and tell the City’s unique history, and have attracted several thousand participants. |

Directions: The Old Mint is located at the corner of Fifth and Mission Streets in downtown San Francisco. The address of the building is: 88 5th St, San Francisco CA 94103 The main entrance is on Fifth Street, and involves a steep staircase. The accessible entrance is on Mint Plaza, on the northwest side of the building.
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