ON VIEW: AUGUST 30 - SEPTEMBER 30
Festival Gallery Exhibition: "We the City"
Center for Architecture + Design Gallery
130 Sutter Street, Suite 600, San Francisco
Thursday, August 29, 6:00 - 8:00 PM (EVENT ENDED)
Festival Gallery Exhibition/Artist Reception
AIA San Francisco / Center for Architecture + Design, 130 Sutter Street, Suite 600
Free + open to the public (suggested donation: $5) | 21+ only event | RSVP requested
AIASF and the Center for Architecture + Design San Francisco present the “We the City” gallery exhibition. Featuring works by local artists: ALEXANDMUSHI, Amos Goldbaum, Thomas Heinser, David Irwin, Henrik Kam, Andrew Li, Yolanda Ramirez, Roland Record, Lance Rivers, Francesca Saveri, Yon Sim, Clark Thenhaus, Monica Tiulescu, and Mahsa Vanaki.
We also invite you to participate in our "WE THE CITY: INTERACTIVE EXHIBITION" and be part of the gallery by sending us your picture. Click here for more details >>
On View through September 27, 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
California College of the Arts, The Nave, 1111 Eighth Street
Free + open to the public
PERSPECTIVAS 19 is an exhibition which aims to showcase the work and talent of architects, urban planners, interior designers, artists, and related fields practicing in the San Francisco Bay Area and have a correlation with Latin America in some aspect of their profession. This year's exhibition represents the complexities of the city's urban fabric and landscape and shows examples of how architecture and other projects are addressing the challenges of cultural diversity. The exhibit is organized as part of Architecture + the City festival programs presented by AIA San Francisco and the Center for Architecture + Design, hosted by California College of the Arts.
Monday, September 23, 6:00 - 7:30 PM
Relationships, Representation & Resistance (RRR)
Evening presentation featuring Diego Ricalde
California College of the Arts, Timken Lecture Hall, 1111 Eighth Street
Diego Ricalde from Estudio MMX will discuss the historical, disciplinary and contemporary relationships that the work of the studio inhabits, reflecting upon the role of a design studio and the labor of an architect as agents of resistance who must constantly seek new narratives.
Alongside three other partners, Diego Ricalde currently leads Estudio MMX, working on conceptual ideas and projects that range from temporal interventions to public spaces as well as urban and regional design. All four partners routinely teach and lecture at various national and international universities. The multiple awards of Estudio MMX include The Architectural League Prize for Young Architects and Designers and the Design Vanguard Award. To commemorate the studio’s first decade of work, this year Estudio MMX published their monograph with a selection of 22 projects.
Patricia Alarcon | Ratclif Architects | A Tale of Two Cities
Mariana Alberola Rezza | Carnegie Melon University | Urban Acupuncture Center
Patricia Algara | Base Lanscape Architecture | Islais Creek - The Language of Water
Jorge Bachmann and Kevin Corcoran | Independent Artists | Portal (Sound Installation)
Albert Orozco & Chris Detjen | Designers | Inflatable Cities & The Divided Americas: Along the US-Mexico Border
Rafael Gavilanes | HOK | Pop Up in the Park
June Grant | blink!LAB | ADUs – Conservation of African-American Communities and Cultural Spaces
San Francisco Public Works | Navigation Center, City Hall & Bureau of Architecture
Oleg Lobykin | Independent Artist | Pixel Tower & Talking Heads
Sandra Vivanco | A+D, Architecture + Design | Enchanted Forest
Mauricio Daniel Zamora | Design Office Collective | Appropriated Tekniques/ an Architectural Mixtape & The Continuous City
John Martoni | Schafer Park Elementary School | Immigrants Mean Business
Wayne Barcelon | Barcelon & Jang | The Ambassador Hotel and Alexis Tower
Marcel Sanchez Prieto | CRO studio | Opportunistic Landscape & Laboratory Center for Housing INFONAVIT