Tuesday, April 17, 2007


Saturday, April 21 - Sunday, April 22
projects open 1 pm - 7 pm


2. Anchored in the bay next to Agua Vista Park is Poppa Neutrino's newest raft, "Dwight's Soup". Constructed with found materials, "Dwight's Soup" will carry Neutrino on his upcoming voyage from San Francisco to China. Poppa Neutrino will be in conversation with Erin Elder and Zoe Taleporos at 2:00 on Saturday.

3. [Saturday only] LIVE from Sundance Coffee, Neighborhood Public Radio will broadcast a daylong program of interviews with artists and community members. Tune in to 88.9 FM. Also at Sundance Coffee, William Pope.L presents 141Demands in collaboration with Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. A mural by Malik Seneferu and youth at Bayview Safe Haven will be on display.

4a-4e. Lyfe Nowadays, a collaborative poem by Gamespitahz Collective begins at Sundance Coffee (a) and continues South along Third Street at Hard Knox Café (b), Double K (c), La Laguna (d), Community Produce (e) and Aquila de Oro (f). Each window displays a stanza from a longer poem created by the youth from Bayview Safe Haven.

5. Daniel Cheek: Off Third Street is a new series of photographs documenting contested sites along the Third Street Corridor - on exhibit at the Noonan Building.

6. Warm Water Cove Park hosts One Trees, a pair of Natalie Jeremijenko's cloned walnut trees, one of several sets planted around San Francisco. Jeremijenko is at Warm Water Cove Park on Saturday, recruiting participants to be involved in her new project, Clear Skies Bike Masks, a limited edition of bike masks that visually gauge levels of air pollution.

6a. Historical Reconstruction: Balloon Bridge by Alternative Contexts references San Francisco's first major transportation artery, the Long Bridge - constructed in 1867. This wooden causeway connected present-day Bayview-Hunters Point to Downtown and closely mirrors the route serviced by the newly constructed Third Street Light Rail.

7. On exhibit at Bayview Opera House are works by William Scott in collaboration with architect Kyu Che. Scott's paintings re-imagine San Francisco as peaceful "Praise Frisco" .

8. Film Screenings at Cyclone Arts Center All films listed below are screened simultaneously on Saturday at Cyclone and via scheduled projections on Sunday.

-Maquilapolis created by Sergio de la Torre and Vicky Funari with a group of female activists in Tijuana. 2:00 screening on Sunday

-The School of Panamerican Unrest documentary by Pablo Helguera.

-Straight Outta Hunters Point by Kevin Epps.
3:00 screening on Sunday

9. [Sunday only] Amy Franceschini will inaugurate San Francisco's third Victory Garden, planted at Bayview Hunters Point Healing Arts Center. With her Victory Gardens project Franceschini resuscitates a local food growing initiative that was subsidized by the city during WWII. Join the planting party and barbeque. 3:00 - 7:00 on Sunday

World's Fair PARTY
7:00 Saturday
Celebrate the San Francisco World's Fair
At Cyclone Arts Center - final bus stop
Catered by the Culinary Students from San Francisco City College
Beverages provided by New Belgium Brewery
Entertainment by Bread Me Out Family


Map drawn by Gabrielle Teschner and printed by Krishna Digital, 605 20th Street
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