Art Conversation: Currents in the Bay Area Creative Community
Join Soliel Summer, Gallery Manager at Betti Ono Gallery, Emma Spertus, Founder of Real Time & Space, Artist and Educator, Bre Gipson, and Harriet Pozansky, Artist, Writer, and Director of the Workroom Artist Program, as they discuss what brought each panelist to the Bay Area and the reasons its creative community has still a strong hold, despite increase in rents, artists' displacement and socio-political unrest. The conversation will also include example of artistic projects that are relevant and responsive to, perhaps even optimistic about the changing tenants of the Bay Area art landscape.
What brought you into this field and to the Bay Area specifically?
What sustains your day to day working both creatively and strategically from an administrative side?
How are you fulfilled and inspired by the creative activity happening in the Bay Area?
What projects are you working on that you are most excited about? Or others projects that have allowed you to remain optimistic despite the current shifting and uncertain environment?
How do you create relevant and responsive projects in a shifting environment? Be specific.
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