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2003 Exhibitions

By April 18, 2003News

Thousands of butterflies, created by students, travel in unison. In The Color of My Dreams project, Artists-in-Residence students designed butterflies based on a common medium in collaboration with noted sculptor and public artist, Seyed Alavi. This spectacular show was first exhibited on the ceiling at ZEUM in Yerba Buena Gardens. And traveled to several sites including the Fine Arts Gallery, San Francisco State campus and to the Richmond Health Center.

Students and elders sculpt through stories. Informed by a year of students and elders of the Telegraph Hill Neighborhood Center coming to know each other resulted in The Lantern Project. Led by Artists-in-Resident Rene Yung a large sculptural piece was created by Francisco Middle School Students, inspired by the stories they heard. The work was displayed at the Levi Strauss Corporate Headquarters in San Francisco.