Ana Teresa Fernandez was the fourth artist chosen to compete for the Valencia Street art project. By STEFANIA ROUSSELLE
By STEFANIA ROUSSELLE
Art. Foreclosure and more.
Proposed public art projects on view at the Mission Cultural Center.
Michael Arcega wins $52,000 commission on Valencia Street.
Michael Arcega must vie again.
How the Valencia Streetscape project turned into a logistical nightmare
After the new vote, tied again
A look inside the new exhibit at Levi's Workshop. En Español
Inauguración: Sábado 21 de agosto de 8 a 10p.m.; la exposición se presentará del 21 al 29 de agosto.
“Write something about your culture." The boy ignores him.
Ana Teresa Fernandez stands on a street grate until her shoes melt. You can stand in the gallery and watch it — both impressed that she pulled it off, and glad that you aren’t standing anywhere in ice heels. Through April 16.
It’s 7 a.m. — OK, 7:06 a.m., 46° and headed to 62°. Details are here. We’re so spoiled here. Great evening at the Galería de la Raza with terrific stories — props to all, especially Vero Majano, a filmmaker whose storytelling you should not miss. Also, catch the Galería’s current show of work featuring Ana Teresa Fernandez and others. Then...
Good luck. As an artist you need to find ways of surviving.
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