Pacific Felt Factory Arts Complex

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2830 - 20th Street   San Francisco, CA 94110   (Enter at 20th Street Gate) by appointment only.  415-935-3641

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Get The Grant For Artists and Writers with Lyzette Wanzer

June 24, 2017

10 am to 5 pm

Media Alliance will be hosting a workshop on how to Get The Grant For Artists and Writers with the wonderful Lyzette Wanzer.

The workshop is open to writers and artists applying for project-based grants or residencies. Lyzette is a widely published fiction writer and essayist from San Francisco who has been awarded numerous grants and residencies.

Little Opera End of Season Shows

May 14, 2017

May 14th at 2pm Koret Auditorium and then again on May 15th at 6:30 pm at Creativity Theater

PFF Theater Artist Erin Bregman invites you to come celebrate the end of Little Opera's sixth season with students performing three short operas.

Vanishing Point: The 3.9 Art Collective Reflections on Black Communities in San Francisco

May 07, 2017

Opening Reception: 5pm On View through September

From curator John Zarobell: "With creeping gentrification in the 21st Century, the African American population of San Francisco is increasingly marginalized and invisible. Vanishing point explores proposals for Black people and artists in the city and seeks to open a conversation about Black History and the future of Black populations here." 

Black and White Projects Announces Seventh Live Residency Exhibition BWP AiRVII

May 19, 2017

Featuring New Media and Print Artist Elisabeth Nicula

Elisabeth Nicula is a multidisciplinary artist from Norfolk, Virginia. She is interested in the sense of place and self that is engendered by the landscape. She exhibits her work primarily for the internet, screens, and projectors, but also on paper in California and elsewhere. Elisabeth's art and essays have been published in Paper Magazine and Living Room Light Exchange issues 01 and 02.

Spring Open Studios at PFF

April 01, 2017

Artists: Sandy Yagi, Ron Saunders, Brian Singer, CIndy Shih, Karen Dunn-Olson, Constantine Zlatev, Beth Waldman, Azucena Hernandez, Rodney Ewing

Join 8 PFF artists for Spring Open Studios,

Saturday and Sunday, April 1-2, from 12 - 6 both days.

Come see amazing art!and buy work directly from the artists, talk about their ideas and process, and get to know PFF.

Exhibition: Color Play

March 2 – April 15

PFF's Karen Olsen-Dunn is featured in Color Play: An Exhibition Exploring Color and Experience with Five Bay Area Artists, presented by the Village Theater Art Gallery in Danville, CA.

The group show invites the audience to explore their personal, emotional interactions with color. This exhibition provides a variety of color experiences, including paintings and prints of diverse media and materials. Artists: Karen Olsen-Dunn, Ellen Levine-Dodd, Elise Morris, Sharon Paster and Julia Rymer

Opening Reception: March 2 @ 5 pm
Gallery: Village Theater Art Gallery
Address: 233 Front Street, Danville, CA

Exhibition: Manual Digital

Feb 23 – Mar 25, 2017

PFF member Beth Waldman is the curator of Manual Digital, an exhibition at Space 151. The group show features the works of eight national artists who have developed new visual languages by embracing digital tools in their primarily analog work. Part of a genre coined “The New Aesthetic” by James Bridle, this exhibition presents artwork that is defined by or influenced by computer technology’s increasing role in daily life.

Opening Reception: February 23 @ 6 pm
Panel Discussion: February 25 @ 3 pm
Closing Reception: March 25 @ 6 pm

Artists: Jenny Day, Victoria Mara Heilweil & Phil Spitler, Ted Lawson, Oleg Lobykin, Jamie Martinez, Neil Murphy, Beth Waldman and Konstantin Zlatev
Gallery: Space 151
Address: 151 Potrero Avenue, Floor 2, San Francisco, CA

Exhibition: Justice for All?

Feb 15 – Mar 23, 2017

PFF's Rodney Ewing will present work in the exhibition Justice for All?, presented by De Anza College's Euphrat Museum of Art. The group show features works that look at our collective history and the unconscious bias that impacts our systems and lives. The artists face injustice and its consequences and call for empathy to guide our actions and institutions.

Reception: February 15 @ 5:30 pm

Artists: Rodney Ewing, the ASARO Collective, Beta, Joseph Delappe, Adrian Discipulo, Tatyana Fazlalideh, Yolanda Guerra, Taro Hattori, Jamil Hellu, David Izu, Emiko Omori, Oree Originol, Samuel Rodriguez, Kirstina Sangsahachart, and Judy Shintani.

Exhibition: Shadow

Feb 11 – Mar 5, 2017

The beinArt Gallery in Brunswick, Australia, presents Shadow, an exhibition of new paintings and sculptures featuring PFF Artist Sandra Yagi’s conjoined skeletons, Tomasz Alen Kopera’s ominous portraits, Matthew Levin’s contorted figures and Karl Persson’s dark erotica.

Opening Reception: February 11 @ 6 pm
On View: Through March 5
Artists: Sandra Yagi, Tomasz Alen Kopera, Matthew Levin and Karl Persson
Gallery: beinArt Gallery
Address: 1 Sparta Place
City: Brunswick, VIC, Australia

Adult Cartoon Class (18 and up) with Sirron Norris

February 10, 2017

7:00 - 8:30pm

Anyone can draw cartoons with a few simple techniques. This cartooning course will enable students to conceptualize and produce an original cartoon character and create movements and poses. Students will learn how to render with ink to create a final character with front, side and 3/4 profiles. Class is for all levels (beginners to advanced). 

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