Photo courtesy Paul Merts Photography
In collaboration with Prison Renaissance and incarcerated artists, activists, and creative thinkers, Southern Exposure and East Side Arts Alliance present an installation of curated audio pieces – from conversations to ra
2:67 AM is a Youth Advisory Board project in collaboration with the Mentorship program that challenges the boundary between dreams and reality.
Southern Exposure is a vital Bay Area institution where visual artists find opportunities to create and show their work to new audiences. We’ve been in the neighborhood since our founding in 1974 and in our current space at the corner of 20th Street and Alabama since 2009.
Saturday, April 28, 2018, 6:00 - 8:00 PM
Showcasing new work by our youth artists!
For teachers working towards the eradication of oppressive environments.
KQED's Neyat Yohannes considers the playful interventions and chance encounters found in this group exhibition curated by Mik Gaspay.
High school workshops formulated in collaboration with an exhibiting SoEx artist or...
Photo: Andria Lo
We're looking for motivated individuals to support our core programs.
It's our biggest event of the year and we need your help to pull it off!
Newly commissioned works by Bean Gilsdorf, Matthew R.
A two-year pilot partnership with Facebook’s Artists in Residence Program.
Artists in Education
Integrate art and artistic process into your curriculum with our free Contemporary...
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