New Works exploring California’s Latest “Gold Rush”!
by Julia Sackett
Thursday, July 17th at 6:00pm
Exhibition runs through September 30th. For viewing during business hours or for more information, please call (415) 362-8636
Thousands of young men rush from all over the world to San Francisco to try their hand at making a fortune. Most are between the ages of 18 and 30, most are unattached. They have risked it all to stake their claim, and with dreams of easy money, legendary saloons and loose women, they flock to the streets of San Francisco. They will change this place forever. In 2014, San Francisco is a city at the crossroads.
Julia Sackett is a San Francisco based artist who makes work about time, sentiment, and memory. She learned to love narrative history at Hampshire College, where she received a BA, and she learned to be an artist at the San Francisco Art Institute where she received her MFA. She has been a Root Division resident artist for the past two years.
DON’T MISS THESE SPECIAL EVENTS HELD IN CONJUNCTION WITH “STATE OF CHANGE”:
- From Sea Otter Capes to Skinny Jeans: A walking tour on power structures, dress styles and urban development of the city of San Francisco
This city walking tour, organized by artist, Plinio Hernandez, explores parts of the original shoreline of Yerba Buena cove as well as dress styles from Native American of the area to current dress styles of San Franciscans today. Along the way the tour will point out buildings, historical sights and stop for readings regarding dress styles. Please dress to impress.
WALK # 1: Thursday, July 17th at 4:30pm, meet at DG717 Gallery (717 Market Street). The tour will end at Spare Change Artist Space in time for the reception.
WALK # 2: Thursday, July 31st at 4:30pm, meet at Spare Change Artist Space (465 California Street). The tour will end at DG717 Gallery (717 Market Street).
- EXCLUSIVE PRIVATE TOUR of The Old San Francisco Mint
Sunday, August 17th. Meet at 3:30pm at the Old Mint (on 5th Street between Market and Mission Streets). This informative docent led tour starts after the museum has officially closed at 4:00pm. The tour will end in the basement vaults of the Mint for a wine and cheese reception. Sponsored by Rhodes & Fletcher, LLC.
This is a free and open event! Wheelchair access is limited, but available. Please call in advance for assistance.
**LIMITED AVAILABILITY** YOU MUST RSVP FOR THIS EVENT BY AUGUST 14TH
- Artist Talk
Thursday, September 18th at 6:00pm at Spare Change Artist Space. Join us for an intimate discussion with the artist about her work, her process, and her inspiration.