This constellation of stories and links will continue to grow through December 2012. Follow SFMOMA's social media channels and blog or check back here for updates.
|Adapted from a map designed for the Six Lines of Flight catalogue by MacFadden & Thorpe.
#ArtMicroHubs LIVE: Five independent art spaces from around the world hang out with SFMOMA on Google+
FESTIVAL: Before Google+ Hangouts, artists Kit Galloway and Sherrie Rabinowitz created A Hole in Space
Class Warfare: Performance from Helena Producciones artist workshop in collaboration with Galería de la Raza
Art MicroHubs: The GLBT History Museum; Right Window; Norte Maar
11.7.2012 | By Suzanne
Locating the Periphery – Creating the Periphery Symposium
part 1 of 4
Institutions at the Periphery – Creating the Periphery Symposium part 2 of 4
Performance at the Periphery – Creating the Periphery Symposium part 3 of 4
San Francisco at the Periphery – Creating the Periphery Symposium part 4 of 4
Harrell Fletcher reflects on "The American War" - as it is
known in Vietnam.
Teen perspective on revolution, action and creativity in Beirut
Exhibition page: South Africa in Apartheid and After
Amy Franceschini's curriculum project inspired by Bogota
Mayor Antanas Mockus. He performed at SFMOMA on Dec 3.
Six Lines of Flight
FESTIVAL: Symposium in Beirut, "History of the Last Things Before the Last: Art as Writing History." Nov. 30 and Dec. 1.
The Perpetual Peace Project: "peace" has many meanings in different contexts
FESTIVAL: Helena Producciones performances in San Francisco. Dec. 3, 4, and 9.
FESTIVAL: Conference in Wales, "Contours: Art at the
Borders." Nov. 28.
FESTIVAL: Chris Dixon of Explorist International played records
at the symposium "Here, There, and Elsewhere." Dec. 1.
Poetic Politic: a Sàn Art exhibition at Kadist Art Foundation.
Exhibition page: Rise and Fall of Apartheid: Photography and the Bureaucracy of Everyday Life at ICP, New York
"...the big artist names our politicians like to claim as representative of Romanian culture (such as Constantin Brancusi, George Enescu, Tristan Tzara, etc.) actually left the country, often for political reasons."