Rebeca Flores: Purple Manguera

Root Division Studio Artist and Latinx Teaching Artist Fellow, Rebeca Flores, presents Purple Manguera in the Frank Ratchye Project Space to start off the new year. By combining the larger than life sculpture of a hose with an accompanying projected video, Flores encourages viewers to think about the relationship between objects used in labor and …

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Rachel Dean: Recent Works

Interdisciplinary artist Rachel Dean, has put together four new pieces of artwork in her Frank Ratchye Project Space show: Recent Works. Learn more in this interview between Dean and Exhibitions Fellow Jess Punzalen.

Alicia McDaniel: MALA•FIDES

Alicia McDaniel’s solo exhibition MALA•FIDES delves into the meaning of the latin phrase for “bad faith.” To learn more, read the interview with Exhibition Fellow, Jess Punzalan, in conversation with Alicia McDaniel

Kiana Honarmand: Requiem

Kiana Honarmand’s newest video performance Requiem, touches on the human relationship between borders, rebirth, and geography. Read the interview below to experience Exhibition Fellow, Jess Punzalan, in conversation with Kiana Honarmand.

Courtney Griffith: Entropy

Courtney Griffith’s, Entropy, installed now in the Frank Ratchye Project Space, asks us to look at what remains, what has come before and to think critically about the perpetual processes of loss and growth. With natural mediums such as wood; charcoal; and canvas, Griffith makes marks that resemble the fumage she initiates—contrasted with the destruction of …

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AUCTION 2017 Tickets

Collect art, support arts education, and be inspired by artists at Root Division’s largest annual fundraising event!

We are proud to feature an eclectic mix of high quality artwork from over 150 established and emerging Bay Area artists, many who have been partners of the organization’s growth over the past 15 years and including plenty of rising stars!

Proceeds directly benefit local artists, free art classes for Bay Area youth, and the continued success of Root Division’s unique model for keeping artists working at the heart of San Francisco.

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