Past Projects

20-YR Performance

This event will feature performances and interactive projects by over a dozen Root Division Studio Artists and Alums.

New Growth: Bright Futures

New Growth showcases student artwork created throughout Root Division’s free after-school Youth Education Program. This year we’re partnering with a collective of youth-centered organizations to present dynamic live performances alongside hands-on all-ages art making activities.

20-YR Anniversary

The 20-YR Anniversary Alumni Exhibition includes an impressive selection of work in a variety of media including painting, photography, sculpture, installation, and more. The cohort of exhibiting artists represents the 20-Year history of Root Division as an incubator for emerging artists.

Viviana Carlos: Otro modo de ser

The Frank Ratchye Project Space presents Otro modo de ser by Root Division Studio Artist Viviana Carlos. This multi-media installation serves as a reflection and reminder to rest. Carlos invites viewers to bask in the stillness of nature among the backdrop of the bustling city of San Francisco.

Nathalie O’Brien: Love Lives Here

The Frank Ratchye Project Space presents Love Lives Here by Root Division Studio Artist Nathalie O’Brien. O’Brien’s current body of work features the relationship between every-day possession and forms of platonic and self-love.

Rebeca Flores: Purple Manguera

The Frank Ratchye Project Space presents Purple Manguera by Root Division studio artist Rebeca Flores. In this mixed media installation, Flores has created a hand-made larger than life water hose that playfully ruminates on the possibilities wrought by easy access to water.

Laura Sanford: Creature Feast: Table for One

Join us for Creature Feast: Table for One by Root Division studio artist Laura Sanford. In this mixed media installation, Sanford depicts different animals and organs to create a metaphorical self-portrait.

A Between

A Between, curated by MUZ, explores how environments shape the perceptions and positions that guide ideas of self, connection to others, and collective activity.

Rachel Dean: Recent Works

Rachel Dean’s new exhibition features textile pieces, born out of working from home and show the artist’s interest in playing with ready-made materials and hand-made forms. Join us this November in the FRPS to see the show!

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