Happy Thanksgiving from ArtSeed’s Founder and Board of Directors!

Virtual & In-person Gatherings, Teaching, Learning, and Art-making Together!
(Number of new artworks created: over 200!)

November 19, 2021

Dear ArtSeed Friend,

We did it again! Thanks to you we were able to endure and thrive while complying with San Francisco’s Health Order. Our 13th Annual Earth Day Art-a-thon, a virtual event, was a real success. Your support also made possible our annual Fine Arts Summer Intensive with two in-person locations and an online site connecting opposite ends of the city with more far-flung participants. Click here to see photos! Click here to see the calendar of activities. Click here to see a list of participants. Without interruption, our 2020 show, Only Zombies Race to Mass Extinction morphed into this year’s exciting interactive exhibition of art—extended into 2022!
New Normal: Learning from the Past to Move Forward Together.

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New Normal: Learning from the Past
to Move Forward Together

Thomas Peter Graves, “The One in the Crowd”

ArtSeed’s Annual Fine Arts Interactive Exhibition

China Brotsky and Seed Galleries at Tides Converge in the Presidio

ArtSeed’s current exhibition evolved from our previous annual show, seamlessly attempting to reflect on both years’ unimaginable events. Children and Veterans have worked with artists to pose questions and reveal the challenges and power of this moment. How can people of various political and cultural persuasions resolve conflict and grapple with environmental and political issues disproportionately affecting communities of color and the poor? Can art heal social and personal wounds? Are we not all creators? 

Patricia Aveni, Glen Berry, Drenik Family, Michelle Echenique, Misha G.,
Thomas Peter Graves, Jon E. Greene, Sabine Gysens, Annika H., Marc Ellen Hamel,
Linda Hope, Trey Houston, Susanna Kohn, Sam Kuang, Willow L., Jasmine Liang,
Moselle M., Joshua S., Roslyn S., William Scott, Jennifer Spencer, David Stokes,
Sami Sunchild, Aberswyth van Bueren, Josefa Vaughan, Royce Vaughn, & more.

ArtSeed participants and featured artists are also showcased on our website 
Michelle Vignes Virtual Gallery

In accordance with San Francisco’s Health Order and Health Order Directive No. 2020-14.
Those eating or drinking indoors are asked to show proof of vaccination.
Please also bring your mask.

This 2021 installation has been extended into 2022!
Public Viewing Hours Monday – Friday, 8 am – 2:30 pm.
Enter from the rear parking lot through Café RX corner doors.

Want Further Involvement?

  1. Volunteer with ArtSeed
  2. Apply for private instruction (Application Form with Fee Schedule)
  3. Apply for collaborative art-making (Registration Form for All Ages)
  4. Visit our Michelle Vignes Virtual Gallery
  5. Give us your feedback on ArtSeed programs here
  6. Follow ArtSeed on Facebook, Instagram, and Flickr
  7. Support ArtSeed’s Shop & Share Project 
  8. Honor a friend or commemorate a milestone: See how in our 2020 Annual Letter
  9. Subscribe here to receive seasonal ArtSeed Newsletters (Infrequent and your Info is Safe)
  10. Help ArtSeed reach out to vulnerable artists and families by donating through Network for Good here.
  11. Submit a Teaching Artist or Presenter’s Packet Guidelines
  12. Examples of Artist and Presenter’s Packets
  13. Submit your art for exhibition, send us a photograph with this completed form

Check out ArtSeed’s Shop & Share Project

Weekly Focus Groups:

  • Saturday, 2 – 4 p.m. In-person Peer Mentorships.
  • Tuesday, 4 – 5 p.m. Online Projects and Art Lessons for mature kids and adults.
  • Friday, 1 – 2 p.m. Veterans’ Art Lab with ArtSeed hosted by the Veteran’s Administration. To register, contact Dan at 415-221-4810 X22839.

Other dates and times are possible. Contact josefa@artseed.org, or call or text 415-656-9849 to make an appointment for Virtual Gatherings, Remote Learning, and Art-making Together! 

Jon E. Greene, Manga Illustrator

ArtSeed Statement: “I learned of ArtSeed from my friend Thomas Graves who is a volunteer and teacher there. Thomas told me of ArtSeed’s outreach to young artists and the opportunity to teach aspects of arts that are of interest to me. When I was young, I wished that I had access to someone who knew something about sequential arts. I relish the chance to inspire kids with lessons that I wish that I had had when I was growing up. ArtSeed is tailor-made to introduce emerging artists to practicing artists who inspire them.”
Check out Jon’s Packet here.

Forward these URLs to a Friend!
Volunteer
with ArtSeed: https://bit.ly/2XL4q5k
Apply for private instruction (Application Form with Fee Schedule): https://bit.ly/2MzHNeM
Apply for collaborative art-making (Registration Form for All Ages): https://bit.ly/39pQOQm
Visit Michelle Vignes Virtual Art Gallery: https://bit.ly/38aEMJl
Give us your feedback on ArtSeed programs here: https://bit.ly/388IhQz
Follow ArtSeed on Facebook: https://bit.ly/3kp9yUm
Follow ArtSeed on Instagram: https://bit.ly/3ztyMrj
Check out photos of the ArtSeed’s activities at ArtSeed’s Flickr page: https://bit.ly/38d4kp4
Support ArtSeed’s Shop & Share Project
: https://bit.ly/3je6ZoT
Honor a friend or commemorate a milestone: https://bit.ly/3iup4Nw
Subscribe here to receive seasonal ArtSeed Newsletters (Infrequent and your Info is Safe): https://bit.ly/39L4ft7
Help ArtSeed reach out to vulnerable artists and families by donating through Network for Good: https://bit.ly/3gv04WD
Submit a Teaching Artist or Presenter’s Packet (Guidelines): https://bit.ly/3zawHjH
Examples of Artist and Presenter’s Packets: https://bit.ly/3ygWHZg
Exhibition Submission Form: https://bit.ly/2WltAqZ

ArtSeed is a non-profit tax-exempt fine arts/youth leadership organization under Internal Revenue Code 501(c)(3) and Revenue and Tax Code 27301d. Your charitable contribution to ArtSeed, made without expectation of material benefit, therefore is tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. Retain this IRS Determination Letter, if needed, for your records.