Explore the diversity of mark making implements, varieties of papers, and bring out your inner illustrator. Artist Kevin VQ Dam has created a large illustration that requires your help inking in!
Follow the texture guides provided, and use illustration markers to finish the piece as a community. Take a small illustration board into the gallery to sketch pieces that inspire you and return to add ink. There will also be step-by-step guides available to help those who want to learn new skills, and lots of open-ended materials for inspired guests to explore.
Now through Aug 9, 2020 The technologies developed in Silicon Valley have intrigued and inspired artistic experimentation for more than three decades and pave a way toward the future. Almost Human: Digital Art from the Permanent Collection highlights artists who use digital and emergent technologies from custom computer electronics and early robotics to virtual reality and artificial intelligence.
Artists in the exhibition include Andrea Ackerman, Jim Campbell, Ian Cheng, Petra Cortright, Mark Hansen and Ben Rubin, Zara Houshmand and Tamiko Thiel, Tony Oursler, Alan Rath, Jacolby Satterwhite, Jennifer Steinkamp, Diana Thater, and Bill Viola.
Ends Sun, Oct 6, 2019
Known for her large-scale works of art made from materials that she has sourced throughout the world, Rina Banerjee: Make Me a Summary of the World is the first mid-career retrospective and touring exhibition of the artist’s work. This major exhibition focuses on four interdependent themes in Banerjee's work: identity, globalization, feminism, and climate change.
Facebook First Fridays This sponsorship initiative is led by the Facebook Art Department, which provides opportunities for artists to create new, large-scale, site-specific installations on Facebook campuses nation-wide, with the goal of fostering creative experimentation and supporting neighboring artistic communities. For more information, visit fb.com/artistinresidence or go to Instagram @fbairprogram.
Photos by Noriko Slusser and JKA Photography.
Artwork: Jacolby Satterwhite, Domestika, 2017. Virtual reality video with sound; Museum purchase with funds provided by an anonymous donor, in honor of Beverly and Peter Lipman; 2017.06; Image courtesy of the artist and Morán Morán.