From the Sketchbook 2014
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$30, marker on paper, 8" x 10", 2014 :: After an Oakland Museum of California bicycle history tour, we returned to Heinold's First and Last Chance Saloon to have a drink with a view of the top floor of Jack London's cabin.
marker on paper, 8" x 10", 2014 :: At Camp Artseen, we spent a weekend in the redwoods of Sonoma County making art. Ronny Louis Hutt and Anna Novakov gave a talk about how we can best find our creativity. See ronhutt.info - anovakov.info - www.campartseen.com
sold, acrylic and marker on paper, 11" x 14", 7-22-2014 :: Host Lynn Johnson, Membership Director for TAG, Jessica Mele, Executive Director, Performing Arts Workshop, San Francisco, Adam Johnston, Musician, Teaching Artist, and Administrator, Los Angeles, and Nicole Ripley, Theater Artist, Teaching Artist & Education Director of Writers Theatre, Chicago talk about, "What's the ideal work situation for Teaching Artists?" in a webinar.
$30, marker on paper, 8" x 10", 2014 :: Dolores Park was filled with revelers preparing for the start of the 2014 Dyke March.
marker on paper, 8" x 10", 2014 :: At the California Institute of Creative Studies graduation ceremony, MFA Maia Scott spoke about how if you just tilt your head, or squint your eyes, you can see the world in a new way and your are creating art.
marker on paper, 8" x 10", 2014 :: At a meeting of several SFUSD school board members and San Francisco supervisors, Jane Kim, Sandra Lee Fewer, John Avalos, Jill Wynns discuss SFUSD's workforce development issues and renewal of the Public Education Enrichment Fund.
marker on paper, 9" x 12", 2014 :: At the Emerging Arts Professionals event, Jericha Senyak talked about her plans to use the creative talents of her staff to figure out what type of content management system her theater arts organization needs.
marker on cardboard, 20" x 36", 4/4/2014 :: I stopped by the experimental [freespace] on Market Street in San Francisco and made a little art to capture this moment.
marker on paper, 8" x 10", 2014 :: Nancy Nelson presents findings of a Teaching Artists Guild study about health care at a meeting of the Arts Providers Alliance.
marker on paper, 8" x 10", 2014 :: At a Saturday brunch show, Stu Allen and the Terrapin All Stars blew my parents away with their "Uncle John's Band" jam at Terrapin Crossroads.
$30, marker on paper, 8" x 10", 2014 :: :: At the Tale of Two Keyboards show, I brought my markers and responded to the music.
marker on paper, 8" x 10", 2014 :: At the February 3 full meeting of the San Francisco Arts Commission, I spoke in favor of improving and passing the Public Education Enrichment Fund and adopting the recommendations of the SF Alliance for Art Education's white paper: www.fosota.org/info/PEEF%20White%20Paper%20Summary%20fina...
marker on paper, 9" x 12", 2014 :: Drawings from an Arts Ed Matters visit to help Oakbrook Elementary School integrate more art into the curriculum.
marker on paper, 8" x 10", 2014 :: "Boots the Cat" Just keep repeating that and pop the consonant sounds. Now you're beat-boxing. Learn more at video.kqed.org/video/2365197033/ :: This is a drawing from the Integrated Learning Summer Institute put on by the Alameda County Office of Education featuring some of the best practitioners in arts education.
marker on paper, 8" x 10" 2014 :: Impact, the big year-end show from Destiny Youth Arts featured 42 youth singing, acting, dancing on the stage and in the air. They brought their full passion and real emotions to the performance.
marker on paper, 8" x 10", 2014 :: Denise Montgomery gives a presentation about "Something to Say," a report by the Wallace Foundation outlining best practices in after school arts education - especially for tweens.
$30, Those are my drawings hanging in the window at vinorosso enoteca during the 2014 Bernal Heights Microhood Holiday Stroll. See the whole set of drawings from that night at www.TheArtDontStop.com/bernal-heights-holiday-stroll-2014.