I don’t know about you but this girl right here loves food lol but at the same time I’m a very picky eater which drives my family crazy but that sounds like a personal problem to me! It’s my stomach so I eat what I want. Enough of my babble and on to the post…The Euphrat Museum of Art has a brand show called Mooncakes, Churros, and Cherry Pie running February 2- March 19, 2015; and reception with artists on February 18, 5:30-7:30PM with free food!!!
To kick off my President Day’s weekend I went to see the @Large: Ai Weiwei at Alcatraz Island on Friday and I really enjoyed it plus it was a great excuse to spend the day in San Francisco lol. I went with my museum director and co worker Amy (we love seeing exhibits together) which was a great experience, and I had never heard of Ai Weiwei before. I also hadn’t been to Alcatraz Island since a elementary school filed trip and it was so much fun to reminisce on such a historic California landmark.
When I walk into a museum it gives me such an adrenaline rush seeing all the exhibits like I’m on a roller coaster ride, and when its over I need to go to another one lol museums are my own type of personal drug(if that makes sense lol). This Saturday I got to go the De Young Museum in San Francisco and see the Keith Haring exhibit The Political Line. I’m not sure if the exhibit is very popular,because it was a Saturday, or because there was 1 week left for this exhibit but the line to get in and buy tickets was the longest line of my life lol. Continue reading
This summer I had the honor of being apart of a week-long art experience called Arts & Social Justice Leadership Institute at the Euphrat Museum at De Anza College campus given by the museum director Diana Argabrite and Dr. Julie Lewis who heads the Black Leadership Collective.