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ArtSeed Earth Week Art-a-thon, Saturday, April 23, 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. Make art for yourself or for ArtSeed’s year-end exhibition. See exhibition details below. Artists of all ages and levels of experience are invited to come together for a 10-hour art-and-music-making marathon to benefit ArtSeed’s students! Location: The Presidio’s Thoreau Center for Sustainability. Info and Directions:  www.artseed.org/artathon2016/

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ArtSeed Open Studios, Saturday, April 23 and Sunday, April 24, 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. ArtSeed presents selected work from our educational programs and from the Art-a-thon to be displayed alongside art by practicing artists. Location: Bayview Hunters Point Shipyard, Building 101, Studio 2513. For details: www.thepointart.com/contact.html

ArtSeed Fine Arts Summer Intensive, July 11-22, weekdays, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. For ten students, 10 -18 years old, or for younger students after an interview. Individual portfolio and collaborative project-building workshop with teaching artists, guest presenters and adult volunteers culminating in an exhibition. Sliding scale tuition is $400 per week. For information about special fees and scholarships, call (415) 656-9849. Location: Park Presidio United Methodist Church, 4301 Geary Blvd at 7th Avenue. Download the application and enjoy intensive photos. www.artseed.org/intensive2016/

ArtSeed’s Year-end Exhibition, “Cottage Industry Project 2016: Locomotion, Collaboration, Let’s Beat Poverty and Racism In All Its Forms!”, Thursday, June 23 – Saturday, July 23. This show will be a lens through which we will discover how different individuals and cultures move from youth through old age, at home and at work. Over time and geography, this affects domestic and global economies as well as our sense of self, individually and as a group. Specific points of reference may include history, literature, dance, military strategies, social movements and the impact of climate change. Artists’ and students’ questions will relate to how people have used methods of locomotion over time to gain or give power, share resources or hoard them. Children will be encouraged to think of themselves as agents of change as they gather raw material and hone their projects. Location: China Brotsky Gallery, Thoreau Center for Sustainability, The Presidio of San FranciscoOpening Reception, Thursday, June 23, 5-7 p. m.; Closing Reception, Saturday, July 23, 3-5 p. m. Map and Directions: www.artseed.org/thoreau/

Flyer Landscape PaintingsFor more information please email josefa@artseed.org or call 415-656-9849