Workshop: Evolving Your Art Practice in the Midst of the Pandemic with Collective Genus

Saturday, 11/21/2020
2:00 - 4:00
Virtual Library
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San Francisco, CA 94102
United States


Artists are invited to professional development sessions. Bring a piece for critique and/or questions about shows, residencies and public art projects. Artists are encouraged to bring their favorite drawing materials and paper for creative breaks throughout the workshop, as well as a journal to take notes. We are here to help you thrive.

Collective Genus is a group of Bay Area artists working across media and subject matter but united by common goals and a commitment to the greater arts community. The group is comprised of three distinct smaller collectives: Three Point Nine Art Collective, ONE + ONE + TWO and Borderline Art Collective.  “Genus” references the taxonomic category above species, and denotes the entity’s status as both an aggregation of smaller groups and a subset of a larger category: the greater Bay Area arts community.

Artists are encouraged to bring their favorite drawing materials and paper for creative breaks throughout the workshop, as well as a journal to take notes.


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