Category Archives: Talk & Discussion

Shakin’ Systems Closing Reception

  Please join us as we close the exhibit for Shakin’ Systems on April 6th (6pm-9pm) featuring an artist talk with The Black Mail Collective and poetry by DeMareon Gipson & SFSU’s Black Student Union! Complimentary food & drinks will

Shakin’ Systems Closing Reception

  Please join us as we close the exhibit for Shakin’ Systems on April 6th (6pm-9pm) featuring an artist talk with The Black Mail Collective and poetry by DeMareon Gipson & SFSU’s Black Student Union! Complimentary food & drinks will

RJ Sin Live Performance

In conjunction of the Lost Between Boundaries exhibition, a live performance by RJ Sin will be held during the opening reception. Where: ASI Art Gallery When: September 15th, 2016       (Updated Set Time: 6pm)   Ratha Jim Sin, better

RJ Sin Live Performance

In conjunction of the Lost Between Boundaries exhibition, a live performance by RJ Sin will be held during the opening reception. Where: ASI Art Gallery When: September 15th, 2016       (Updated Set Time: 6pm)   Ratha Jim Sin, better

Waste Land: Screening & Discussion

“What happens in the world’s largest trash city will transform you” AS Sustainable Initiatives & Art Gallery is co-hosting a screening of the film, “WASTE LAND”. Filmed over nearly three years, “WASTE LAND” follows renowned artist Vik Muniz as he

Waste Land: Screening & Discussion

“What happens in the world’s largest trash city will transform you” AS Sustainable Initiatives & Art Gallery is co-hosting a screening of the film, “WASTE LAND”. Filmed over nearly three years, “WASTE LAND” follows renowned artist Vik Muniz as he

The Water Front Screening & Discussion

“What if you lived by the largest body of fresh water in the world but could no longer afford to use it?” AS Sustainable Initiatives and Art Gallery co-host a screening of the environmental justice documentary, “The Water Front,” which

The Water Front Screening & Discussion

“What if you lived by the largest body of fresh water in the world but could no longer afford to use it?” AS Sustainable Initiatives and Art Gallery co-host a screening of the environmental justice documentary, “The Water Front,” which