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How are smaller-scale art spaces crucial in both high-culture cities and towns with fewer cultural resources? How do the places where we look at, create, and talk about art come into being, and what makes them thrive? Join us for a live Google+ Hangout as we dive into a discussion with five contributors to Art MicroHubs, a crowd-sourced Tumblr project inspired by Six Lines of Flight: Shifting Geographies in Contemporary Art.
You can learn more about the Art MicroHubs project and browse through submissions on SFMOMAcrowd, SFMOMA's crowd-sourced Tumblr.
Get the Stories. Join the Conversation. Related multimedia content is available at Story Board, a digital hub for texts, videos, dialogue, and a constellation of outside links offering windows onto the worlds of SFMOMA artists and artworks.
Deborah Anzinger, NLS, Jamaica
Elizabeth Bernstein, Royal NoneSuch Gallery, Oakland, CA
Alie Cline, Cave to Canvas, Online
Willa Koerner and Suzanne Stein, SFMOMA
Brion Nuda Rosch, Rock Bar, San Francisco, CA
Laura Ritchie and John Wendelbo, The Carrack Modern Art, Durham, NC