Hallowed Cities: An exposition of the places beneath your feet

Hallowed Cities
An exposition of the places beneath your feet

Saturday October 14, 2017

Lottie Rose Art Gallery
6117 San Pablo Ave
Oakland, CA 94608

While people struggle to live on the land, natural water sources flow beneath the ground unabated. dnuggets and ifuckinglovegraff explore the coarsing veins below the city streets.

Growing up on a mostly abandoned naval base, dnuggets (instagram.com/dnvgz, http://51gnal.us) has developed an obsession for the derelict, shooting old military structures to underground parties.

An east bay native, ifuckinglovegraff (instagram.com/ifuckinglovegraff) has become an art historian of streets, cataloging and chronicling the best and most hidden street art that the bay has to offer.

Mill Valley Film Festival

Elysium Bandini's film "Metamorphosis: Junior Year," created by Palo Alto high school student filmmakers with mentors: Tom Franco, James Franco, Iris Torres and Betsy Franco is screening at Mill Valley Film Festival October 8th and 15th! We are also co-presenting a special screenwriting workshop for teens with the festival. If you're in Mills Valley, check out our "modern mythology for a new generation"! Showings on October 8th and 15th.

Screenwriting workshop for teens on October 8th.
Get your tickets here: http://bit.ly/2ffHdST

Every Damn Day

Works by Mariel Bayona, Gabriel Edwards, Ray Mack and Sarah Tell

September 9th - October 28th
Opening Reception September 9th 6-9pm at Totally Rad Gallery (1212 San Pablo Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94706)

Totally Rad Gallery's featured artists embarked on a project where they created a new work every day for 28 days.  Totally Rad Gallery is excited to present selected works from this project.
Mariel Bayona: "COATL" 2017. Ink & Acrylic on Paper.

Ray Mack: "Tribute to Betsy Ross #6" 2017. Watercolor and charcoal on paper, 9.5" x 7".

Gabriel Edwards: "John Mule #14" 2017. Gouache on Paper, 8" x 10"

Sarah Tell: "Untitled" 2017. Collage on Paper.

Creative Upcycle

Reducing and reusing waste starts with the individual, but is achieved by many people working together. Solo and collaborative work shown at Creative Upcycle will breathe new life into reused and recycled materials. Attendees of the opening night showing will have the opportunity to create their own recycled pieces and add to our creative space, as well as enjoy the existing art pieces and live music. See how trash becomes treasure at the Lottie Rose Art House, on Saturday September 9th from 5pm to 9pm.

Curated by: Kate Fitt @hissyfitts

Flyer by: Elise Moreno @elise.whatever