opening reception: Friday March 4, 7-10pm
exhibition: March 5 through 20, 2016
film showing: Saturday, March 12, 6pm
“A Trip to the Moon”
restored in its original 1902 colors
“The Extraordinary Voyage”
documentary on the restoration of “A Trip to the Moon” followed by a brief tour of the exhibition with artists Dolores Zorreguieta and Genevieve Quick. All admission free!
Artists Frank Aguilar, Deborah Edmeades, Genevieve Quick, and Dolores Zorreguieta present a dystopian view in their search for new century survival tactics. Issues dear to science fiction and folk tales: the paranormal, the esoteric, and the futuristic are recognized in work depicting monstrosity, metamorphosis, and epic journeys to alien worlds.
Exhibition continues through March 20.
Curated by Dolores Zorreguieta.
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I am so happy and proud of this show. It is a very important achievement for me and I thank Works for giving artists the opportunity to curate and show their work. I hope people realize that Non profit spaces such as Works are essential in the art community. The Bay Area doesn’t have many and due to real estate greed, I doubt a positive change is in the horizon. That is why we need to support these kind of endeavors. I invite all to come, just by showing up you are supporting the organization. Thanks.