To Do • A Mending Project: Artist Reception
Oct
4
6:00 PM18:00

To Do • A Mending Project: Artist Reception

To Do • A Mending Project

October 5 - November 6, 2018

Reception: Thursday, October 4, 6-8PM

In Residence: Thursday, October 5 through November 6, 2018

1805 Gallery is pleased to present To Do • A Mending Project, a collaborative residency with artists Michelle Montjoy, Anna O'Cain and Siobhán Arnold. To Do • A Mending Project is a response to the escalating political, social and economic tensions in the United States that has increased divisions within communities.

In support of inclusivity and open communication, To Do will host free workshops focused on acts of repair from October 5 through November 6, 2018 .  An artist reception will be held on Thursday, October 4, from 6-8PM. To Do will guide community participants in knitting holes in sweaters, repairing jewelry, changing flat tires, and joining in simple activities like breathing or reading silently together.  This project encourages mending actions as a mode of sustainability and creative community engagement. This is what we do.  This is what we can do.
As November midterm elections approach, To Do • A Mending Project’s concept of constructive collaboration has the potential to empower individuals to participate in political action.  Devoted entirely to interaction and self-empowerment, 1805 Gallery will act as a relational space that brings together diverse individuals to demonstrate the potential of communication and collaboration as a political force.

For more information on how to register for a free workshop please visit 1805gallery.com or contact 1805 Gallery Director Lauren Siry lsiry@1805gallery.com

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ABOUT THE ARTISTS

Michelle Montjoy is an Oceanside, California based visual artist. She encourages communities to sit together and knit large textile installations, climb in, sit on or dance inside her textile sculptures, and learn how to mend and repair clothing and household items.  Her life and art also include activism, parenting and growing vegetables. Michelle is the recipient of California Arts Council and San Diego Foundation grants, was a recent artist resident at IPark Foundation, and currently has a large installation at the San Diego International Airport. She will also be part of Being Here with You/ Estando Aqui Contigo at MCASD in September 2018. 

Siobhán Arnold is a visual artist and arts educator living in San Diego, California.  She is a mixed media artist who works with photography, textiles, sculpture and installation.  Her work has been exhibited nationally including the Charles Wright Museum, Detroit MI, the Carr Center, Detroit MI, Center on Contemporary Art, Seattle, WA; Sherry Frumkin Gallery, Los Angeles CA; SCA Contemporary Art, Albuquerque, NM, the Gallery Project, Toledo, OH, the Ann Arbor Arts Center, and San Diego Space 4 Art.  Her work has been featured in several magazines including View Camera, Pacific San Diego, Encaustic Arts Magazine, Detour, the Portland Review, Orange Coast Weekly and reviewed in The Seattle Times and The Stranger.  She received a BA in Art and Design from the University of Chicago and an MFA in Art Studio from University of California Santa Barbara.

Anna O’Cain is a San Diego based artist who was born on the Gulf Coast of Mississippi. In the seventies she studied ceramics, photo, film, and conceptual art for two years at Oklahoma University, moved to Chicago to continue her studies in art and received a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and in 1983 she received an MFA in Visual Art from the University of California San Diego. Anna is a recipient of a public art commission with artist Richard Keely for Aviara Community Park in Carlsbad, California. She has received grants from the California Arts Council and Art Matters in New York City, and held artist residencies at the Ucross Foundation in Wyoming and the Djerassi Foundation near Palo Alto, California. Anna has developed installation projects with students in the art departments at Oberlin College in Ohio and Southern Oregon State College in Ashland, Oregon. She currently teaches in the Art Department at MiraCosta College in Oceanside, California.

ABOUT 1805 GALLERY

Founded by artist Lauren Siry in 2012, 1805 Gallery functions as an open artist studio and exhibition space with a mission to encourage meaningful dialogue and art appreciation. The gallery curates exhibitions, artist residencies and events that feature emerging and mid-career artists who explore unique concepts through painting, drawing, sculpture, installations and digital work.  

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Mending: Anna O'Cain, Siobhan Arnold, Michelle Montjoy
Oct
5
10:00 AM10:00

Mending: Anna O'Cain, Siobhan Arnold, Michelle Montjoy

Mending: Drop by with clothing items that need repair.  We will mend your clothing items while joining in conversation, tea and chocolate.  During our mending hours you can bring in your torn, moth eaten, well-loved clean clothes to 1805 gallery.  You can sit with us while we mend your items, or we can teach you how to do some patching and darning. If you don’t have time to stay, drop off your mending by filling out our form at the gallery, pinning one part to your article of clothing, and you keep one. We are not professional menders, but we will certainly do our best.

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Turn a Heel & knitting circle: Michelle Montjoy
Oct
6
10:00 AM10:00

Turn a Heel & knitting circle: Michelle Montjoy

Michelle Montjoy: Turn a Heel, and knitting circle

Michelle will teach you how to knit a sock with double pointed needles, including the “turning a heel” trick.  She will have lots of materials but bring your own if you have them. She will also be starting a knitting circle time at To Do, so if you have a knitting project and want to sit with others while you knit please stop by or let us know what times are good for you.

About the Artist

Michelle Montjoy is an Oceanside, California based visual artist. She encourages communities to sit together and knit large textile installations, climb in, sit on or dance inside her textile sculptures, and learn how to mend and repair clothing and household items.  Her life and art also include activism, parenting and growing vegetables. Michelle is the recipient of California Arts Council and San Diego Foundation grants, was a recent artist resident at IPark Foundation, and currently has a large installation at the San Diego International Airport. She will also be part of Being Here with You/ Estando Aqui Contigo at MCASD in September 2018. 

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To Listen, A Sound Walk To Listen: Kristine Diekman
Oct
6
1:00 PM13:00

To Listen, A Sound Walk To Listen: Kristine Diekman

Listening is one of the most neglected practices. Acoustic Ecology is the awareness of our place within the world of sound. After a short description of the physical and social properties of sound, we will take a sound walk to experience the local environment and return to share what we heard. Open your ears and mend your awareness of your community of sounds.

Please bring comfortable shoes, open ears, and mobility.

About the Artist

Kristine Diekman is a media artist whose practice is informed by listening to the human and non-human world. Her internationally screened media is supported by grants from California Arts Council, California Humanities Community Stories, Paul Robeson Foundation, ZKM, New York State Council on the Arts, New York Foundation for Art, The Keck Foundation and others. Her work is in the collections of the Getty Center, CA, Fales Library, NYC, Video Out, Vancouver, The Kitchen, NY, and the Lux Center, London. She has held residencies at Yaddo, MacDowell Colony and Banff New Media Institute. She is Director of Video in the Community, a program that collaborates with organizations and individuals to enact social change. Her current work is about water scarcity and contamination in California’s Central Valley. She is a Professor at California State University, San Marcos.

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Political Action 101: Clare Crawford and David Lagstein
Oct
7
11:00 AM11:00

Political Action 101: Clare Crawford and David Lagstein

David Lagstein and Clare Crawford, community and labor organizers, will have helpful tips and techniques on how to get involved in politics and community activism.  Newbies welcome! Voter registration will be available at the workshop.

Clare Crawford is a Senior Policy Advisor for In the Public Interest, former director of the Center on Policy Initiatives, and a community organizer. David Lagstein is the Political Director of the SEIU Local 221 and a community activist.  Clare and David are also the are also the busy parents of two young daughters.

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Read Together Alone:  Leah Ollman
Oct
7
2:00 PM14:00

Read Together Alone: Leah Ollman

A quiet gathering for boisterous minds. We'll meet, sip, snack, and sit silently for a spell. Bring reading material of your choice.

About the Artist

Leah Ollman writes about the visual arts for the Los Angeles TimesArt in America and numerous other publications.

Her books and exhibition catalogues include Alison Rossiter: Expired PaperWilliam Kentridge: Weighing...and WantingThe Photographs of John BrillMichal Chelbin: Strangely Familiar, and Camera as Weapon: Worker Photography Between the Wars.

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Tuning Meditation: Chris Warren, Ariana Warren, Emily Aust
Oct
7
5:30 PM17:30

Tuning Meditation: Chris Warren, Ariana Warren, Emily Aust

Chris, Ariana and Emily will lead a group in experiencing Pauline Oliveros' Tuning Meditation, one of their favorite sonic pieces.

About the Artists

Chris Warren creates interactive sonic software that reimagines the way we hear the world around us. His transformative installations have been featured at the Museum of Making Music, the Fleet Science Center, and the Havana Biennial. Dr. Warren teaches music composition at San Diego State University and the University of San Diego.

Ariana Warren began her musical career in Seattle, Washington. Dr. Warren earned a Doctorate of Musical Arts in Contemporary Music Performance from the University of California, San Diego and Bachelor and Master of Music degrees from the Peabody Conservatory. Dr. Warren has played around the world, and currently performs in San Diego with Joe Garrison and the Night People, San Diego City Ballet Orchestra, A Hundred Ghosts, Opera Neo, and Sugarbird.

Emily Aust holds an MFA in Dance Theatre from the University of California San Diego. Her primary dance and performance studies include: Contemporary Dance techniques; Improvisation ensemble collaboration, Contact Improvisation, writing and Classical and Contemporary Theatre performance techniques. Her current research is linked through embodiment practices and community interaction.  She seeks engagement in dance making that serves to cultivate an embodied relationship between place, people and their environment in order to effect change in the ways we know the world.


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Oct
12
10:00 AM10:00

MENDING: ANNA O'CAIN, SIOBHAN ARNOLD, MICHELLE MONTJOY

Mending: Drop by with clothing items that need repair.  We will mend your clothing items while joining in conversation, tea and chocolate.  During our mending hours you can bring in your torn, moth eaten, well-loved clean clothes to 1805 gallery.  You can sit with us while we mend your items, or we can teach you how to do some patching and darning. If you don’t have time to stay, drop off your mending by filling out our form at the gallery, pinning one part to your article of clothing, and you keep one. We are not professional menders, but we will certainly do our best.

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Wash Away Your Worries: Siobhán Arnold
Oct
12
1:00 PM13:00

Wash Away Your Worries: Siobhán Arnold

Quiet your mind while learning the art of dishcloth knitting. Small and finished quickly, dishcloths are a perfect way to learn the basics of knitting. 100% cotton yarn and needles will be provided.  

About the Artist

Siobhán Arnold is a visual artist and arts educator living in San Diego, California.  She is a mixed media artist who works with photography, textiles, sculpture and installation.  Her work has been exhibited nationally including the Charles Wright Museum, Detroit MI, the Carr Center, Detroit MI, Center on Contemporary Art, Seattle, WA; Sherry Frumkin Gallery, Los Angeles CA; SCA Contemporary Art, Albuquerque, NM, the Gallery Project, Toledo, OH, the Ann Arbor Arts Center, and San Diego Space 4 Art.  Her work has been featured in several magazines including View Camera, Pacific San Diego, Encaustic Arts Magazine, Detour, the Portland Review, Orange Coast Weekly and reviewed in The Seattle Times and The Stranger.  She received a BA in Art and Design from the University of Chicago and an MFA in Art Studio from University of California Santa Barbara.

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Mend Piece: Paul Best
Oct
13
11:00 AM11:00

Mend Piece: Paul Best

Paul Best recreates Yoko Ono’s Mend Piece on Saturday, October 13, 2018 from 11AM-12PM.

Originally created in 1966, Yoko Ono’s Mend Piece invites the audience to participate in the creation of the artwork.  Participants are asked to creatively mend fragments of broken cups and plates. 

“As you mend the cup, mending that is needed elsewhere in the Universe gets done as well. Be aware of it as you mend.’ - Yoko Ono

About the Artist

Paul Best is a local artist interested in exploring the idea of love and joy as the factors originating creative expression.He works in performance, video, installation and sculpture.  He went to grad school with Anna at UCSD

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MOGA, the Artist's stretch: MD Ferrera
Oct
13
1:30 PM13:30

MOGA, the Artist's stretch: MD Ferrera

This workshop touches on daily journaling, creating, breathing and stretching; the importance to our general mental health as well as the benefits of utilizing these outlets as an artist. We discuss tricks, tips, using found materials to create, and the value in seeing your voice (handwriting) through free-writing, to heal and create personal goals. I encourage wearing comfy clothes, as we break with "Moga" a choreographed stretch routine that I've created, developed and continually practice myself. Journals and materials to create with are provided. Please bring a yoga mat or towel/blanket to sit on the floor.

About the Artist

Michelle D. Ferrera received her degree in Fine Art from Montclair State University, NJ in 2003.

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Snail Mail:  Karen Mulgrew, Beverly Halsey and Susie Raymond
Oct
18
11:00 AM11:00

Snail Mail: Karen Mulgrew, Beverly Halsey and Susie Raymond

Join in a drop-in day of collaging together images to create your own postcards, learn to make envelopes  from recycled materials, and fold origami boxes.

About the Artists

Laughter unites these long-time friends, along with a love of books, handwriting and making.  


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Snail Mail:  Karen Mulgrew, Beverly Halsey and Susie Raymond
Oct
18
2:00 PM14:00

Snail Mail: Karen Mulgrew, Beverly Halsey and Susie Raymond

Join in a drop-in day of collaging together images to create your own postcards, learn to make envelopes  from recycled materials, and fold origami boxes.

About the Artists

Laughter unites these long-time friends, along with a love of books, handwriting and making.  

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Drawing Meditation: May Ling Martinez
Oct
19
10:30 AM10:30

Drawing Meditation: May Ling Martinez

Drawing Meditation is a drawing session that invites participants to be present in the moment and enjoy the experience of observing and drawing. May will encourage participants to focus on a still life set in the middle of the room, guiding them to observe and experiment with the material in order to bring awareness on the experience rather than teaching a technical class to develop a skill. The space will be calm with music in the background. Yep, there might be some aromatherapy included…

About the Artist

May Ling is a local artist and teacher.  Born and raised in Puerto Rico, May received her MFA at SDSU in 2007.  Her work has been exhibited widely, and will be on view this October in Ready Lane  at CEART in Tijuana


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Glue: Bill Feeney
Oct
20
11:00 AM11:00

Glue: Bill Feeney

Bill Feeney: Glue- everything you ever wanted to know but were afraid to ask  This will be an informational workshop to provide you with knowledge of various adhesives and their applications.  

Please bring your glueing questions

About the Artist

William (Bill) Feeney is a local artist, who has exhibited extensively in San Diego. He has many years experience in construction and artmaking.  

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 Healing with Plants:  Kline Swonger
Oct
26
10:30 AM10:30

 Healing with Plants: Kline Swonger

Make your own succulent planter from a personal wide mouthed item that you would like to repurpose. Participates will also learn a little about plant repair, succulent propagation, and plant care.

About the Artist

Originally from Los Angeles, Kline Swonger’s greatest joy as a kid was playing outside and using imagination to repurpose abandoned materials in vacant lots. This, as well as spending a lot of time in the outdoors, facilitated her interest in art and the environment. Her educational background is in visual art, environmental studies, and landscape architecture. When she’s not working toward earning her sculpture MFA you can spot her and her crazy hair in the Sierras or on community build projects in San Diego.

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Homemade Sports Drink: Anna O'cain
Oct
26
2:00 PM14:00

Homemade Sports Drink: Anna O'cain

Anna Ocain: Homemade Sports Drink

About the Artist

Anna O’Cain is a San Diego based artist who was born on the Gulf Coast of Mississippi. In the seventies she studied ceramics, photo, film, and conceptual art for two years at Oklahoma University, moved to Chicago to continue her studies in art and received a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and in 1983 she received an MFA in Visual Art from the University of California San Diego. Anna is a recipient of a public art commission with artist Richard Keely for Aviara Community Park in Carlsbad, California. She has received grants from the California Arts Council and Art Matters in New York City, and held artist residencies at the Ucross Foundation in Wyoming and the Djerassi Foundation near Palo Alto, California. Anna has developed installation projects with students in the art departments at Oberlin College in Ohio and Southern Oregon State College in Ashland, Oregon. She currently teaches in the Art Department at MiraCosta College in Oceanside, California.  

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Re-Purpose, Re-Invent, ROCK IT!: MacKenzie Santimer
Oct
27
10:00 AM10:00

Re-Purpose, Re-Invent, ROCK IT!: MacKenzie Santimer

Re-Purpose, Re-Invent, ROCK IT!  Is your jewelry box in disarray? Gather all those broken, tangled, needs re-glued, re-paired, re-designed, identified? Let's get you ROCKIN' before the holidays.

About the Artist

Major Bead freak as a kid. Entrepreneurial starving artist. Trained Gemologist. Museum polished. Love to share my passion for all kinds of jewels... from beach combed shells, to glass baubles, Edwardian tiaras, display worthy gem minerals, bejeweled canes, 90’s fimo beads..anything sparkly!

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 Home Affairs Collective: Arzu Ozkal and Nanette Yannuzzi
Oct
27
1:00 PM13:00

Home Affairs Collective: Arzu Ozkal and Nanette Yannuzzi

Binding Workshop. A book is like a body. It has a ‘spine’, head’, and ‘foot’. It’s pages reference landscape; ‘mountain’ folds, and ‘valleys’. We are in need of mending our past, future, and present, books have always held a special place within healing modalities worldwide. Recipes, medicinal and otherwise, religious and spiritual treatises, stories, histories, eventually find their way into the pages of books. Home Affairs will offer a workshop on a binding that allows one to continually add pages to their book over time.

About the Artists

Arzu Ozkal is a Turkish born artist and designer, whose work questions dogmas, traditions, laws, and patriarchal value systems through videos, public interventions, and performances.

Nanette Yannuzzi is a visual artist and writer whose creative work is inspired and challenged by the enigma that is contemporary life.

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 RAGS, Too far gone to mend: Cindy Zimmerman
Oct
28
12:00 PM12:00

RAGS, Too far gone to mend: Cindy Zimmerman

Too far gone to mend, Mending is reconstruction, rag-making is deconstruction. Bring used clothing, underwear, towels, and sheets that are “too far gone to mend” –too tattered, threadbare, stained, or faded. Cindy will tear or cut off the awkward parts, then create attractive and useful rectangular shapes. You can stay to help. Leave some rags behind for others and take some from the stockpile. You might have done this anyway but you probably would procrastinate!

About the Artist

Adjunct professor, community artist, co-founder of a circus, social change activist, nonprofit and government administrator, all-around instigator, Zimmerman is the eldest of eight Catholic daughters from Oklahoma City, and became a mother while still a teenager. Kids have always figured in her art world, and she created a mural at the Golden Hill Recreation Center with 200 child collaborators, which is still on view today. She got her start as an artist at her neighborhood rec center, where nice ladies helped you glue macaroni onto cold cream jars and spray them with silver paint and got her MFA at UCSD, Visual Arts Department. Oklahoma University granted her a BFA in Fine Arts with honors before that, and she supported herself and two kids throughout her education with a series of low paying jobs, forging a lifelong commitment to social justice through education and the arts. 

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Ransom: Bhavna Mehta
Oct
28
4:00 PM16:00

Ransom: Bhavna Mehta

Bhavna Mehta: Maze book Subvert commercialism by using type from advertising to mend your spirit by composing a ransom note to yourself.

About the Artist

Born and raised in India in an extended family, Bhavna was surrounded by women who constantly embroidered, knitted, sewed, and created for the home. The inherent abundance of these experiences and memories roots my work. As an immigrant, I am constantly longing for connections. In telling one story in a particular setting, I hope to speak in a common language about cultural and personal associations.

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 Awareness Through Movement: Karen Schaffman
Nov
1
11:30 AM11:30

 Awareness Through Movement: Karen Schaffman

 Awareness Through Movement (ATM) can mend and restore innate embodied knowledge.

Lessons vary tremendously and consist of verbally guided, gentle movement sequences.  The process of self-awareness can increase flexibility, improve balance, and enhance overall wellbeing. With this lesson, we will have the opportunity to discover greater ease of sitting and turning. How can we bring our whole selves into the action of rotation?

Wear comfortable clothes. Chairs provided.Open to every body.

About the Artist 

Karen Schaffman, Ph.D., is a professor, dance artist, scholar, and certified Awareness Through Movement® practitioner.

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Mended Mind: Danielle Fowler
Nov
1
6:00 PM18:00

Mended Mind: Danielle Fowler

Through simple techniques to adjust and transform stuck mindsets we can heal our wounds and live life with greater kindness, compassion and strength. Now is the time to contemplate and get to know your mind - to REALLY get to know your mind. We all have patterns of thought and habits of response. Join us in learning a few easy practices to hijack the process of the habitual mind and awaken the enlightened mind.

Danielle Fowler is the director and lead instructor of True Nature School of Yoga, and co-owner of Yoga Oceanside. She has been a facilitator for Americorps VISTA, and an instructor at Miracosta College. Danielle's unique teaching style is inspired by her extensive training with renowned Yoga centers such as Mount Madonna and the Himalayan Institute, and masterful teachers such as Donna Farhi, Roger Cole, Judith Hanson Lasater, Nischala Joy Devi, and Rolf Sovik. She is also a graduate in the inaugural class of the Master's Degree Program in Yoga Studies at Loyola Marymount University.

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Homemade Pasta: Debbie Decroce Foley
Nov
2
11:00 AM11:00

Homemade Pasta: Debbie Decroce Foley

Debbie will teach you how to make yummy fresh handmade pasta, a tradition in her family for generations.

About the Artist

Sitting at her Nana and Nona’s table for Sunday afternoon pasta meals, Debbie Della Croce learned the art of food, family and homemade pasta.

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People and Places Project: Rizzhel Javier
Nov
3
10:30 AM10:30

People and Places Project: Rizzhel Javier

Rizzhel Javier People and Places Project - The mission of the People + Places Project is to provide an inclusive space for communities to share stories about who they are and places they live. The People + Places Project is a an opportunity for unrepresented communities to make a unique one-of-a-kind toy that reflect who they are. Each drawing contributed to the project is transferred to fabric and sewn into a homemade toy for participants to keep. Give each one a hug to hear a story about the person and the place they live. www.peopleandplacesproject.com

About the Artist

Rizzhel Javier (San Diego, 1983)  is a San Diego based artist and educator.  She graduated college with a Master of Fine Arts in Studio Arts from San Diego State University in 2012.  Rizzhel is an active member of the arts community in the region.Her work explores topics in communication, identity, memory and human relationships. Trained in darkroom photography, in the last ten years, Rizzhel has combined her images with sculpture, installation and digital media. Her pieces are playful and often require the viewer to engage physically with the work. She works autobiographically, using art and photography, to explore personal, community and global transformation. Through sharing personal stories, Rizzhel hopes to encourage viewers to recall their own memories, personal experiences and reflection.

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Looming Voyage (Mending): Christine Foerester
Nov
3
2:30 PM14:30

Looming Voyage (Mending): Christine Foerester

A traveling piece of To Do, Christine Foerester and her two daughters, Sol and Sabrina will be setting up a creation/ meditation in eight iconic public spaces from Iceland to Portugal. The public will be invited to write a message inspired by the word “mend” on cloth, paper, string or ribbon and then weave it into a tapestry panel. The collapsible structure will then come back to San Diego, November 3, where Christine will set up on the plaza near 1805 and weave with the public.

About the Artist

A recipient of an Idea Fund grant from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts and Project Row Houses, in Houston, Texas, Artist Incubator Grants from the Museum and Cultural Affairs Department of El Paso, and a Community Arts Project Grant from the University of California Institute for Research in the Arts, Christine creates modular and mobile structures that reshape the dynamics and possibilities of exchange within a given space. After much traveling and education, Christine has settled back in Oceanside where she was born and raised.

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