stARTup Art Fair SF
Apr
28
Apr 30

stARTup Art Fair SF

  • Hotel Del Sol

April 28 - April 30 2016 | Hotel Del Sol 3100 Webster Street, San Francisco

www.startupartfair.com/SF March 8, 2016, San Francisco, CA — After careful consideration by its selection committee of a record number of applications, stARTup Art Fair is pleased to announce the 2017 exhibitors for the fair’s third edition in its hometown of San Francisco.

Now in its third year, and following its Chicago debut and the second Los Angeles edition this winter, stARTup Art Fair will once again transform Hotel Del Sol into an immersive, contemporary art experience through the exhibition of work by a diverse group of independent artists, local art nonprofits, artist performances, installations and panel discussions over the course of three days from April 28 - April 30, 2017.

In addition to its committee-selected exhibitors, stARTup Art Fair San Francisco will have work on view from its local arts nonprofit partners: Root Division, Drawbridge, ArtSpan, Embark Gallery, San Jose ICA, 3.9 Collective and the Asian American Women’s Association. The hotel grounds will be host to a diverse number of installation, sculpture and performances by local artists including Hunter Franks, t.w.five, Matt Gil, Hybycozo and many more to be announced. 

General Admission Public Hours
Friday, April 28: 2:00 - 6:00 PM
Saturday, April 29: Noon - 9:00 PM
Sunday, April 30: Noon - 7:00 PM

2017 Selection Committee

Jonas Almgren  CEO, Artfinder.com

Trish Bransten Director, Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco

Christine Duval Independent Curator, Principal, Duval Contemporary

Amy Ellingson Widely exhibited San Francisco-based artist

Max Presneill Director/Curator, Torrance Art Museum

Catherine Wagner Widely exhibited San Francisco-based artist 

Tickets
Adults: $15 advance / $20 door
Students & Seniors with ID: $10 advance / $15 door
Three Day Pass: $30 advance / $40 door
Children admitted Free


EXPERIMENT #42.000 (RINGLING) by Institute for Psychogeographic Adventure
Mar
18
Mar 19

EXPERIMENT #42.000 (RINGLING) by Institute for Psychogeographic Adventure

  • The Ringling Museum

The Ringling Museum

Individual audience members will be led through a series of performance encounters ranging from the intimate to the spectacular that will uncover the psychogeographic qualities of The Ringling galleries and gardens.

Jill Taffet will be one of the artists in Experiment #42.000 (RINGLING) She will lead participants through her Interactive Projection Installation Abiogenesis.

Tickets can only be purchased by phone at 941-360-7399 or in person.  Performances will be scheduled throughout the day and you will be assigned a unique performance time upon purchasing your ticket.

Join the adventure.

This event is part of: NEWSTAGES CONTEMPORARY PERFORMANCE

Organic Geometry
Mar
17
6:00 pm18:00

Organic Geometry

  • M Chapel Projects

M Chapel Projects

Opening Reception March 17 6-9 pm

Marianne Chapel

Cynthia Mason

Laine Nixon

Jill Taffet

2061 Princeton Street, Sarasota, FL 34237

SATELLITE ART SHOW
Dec
1
Dec 4

SATELLITE ART SHOW

  • 1510 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, FL, 33139 United States

Jill Taffet will be exhibiting new work at SATELLITE 2.0 during Art Basel in Miami Beach Florida. 

 

SARTQ Small Works
Jul
29
Aug 20

SARTQ Small Works

  • Blank Slate Gallery

SARTQ: SMALL WORKS.
Opening July 29 5:30-8:30pm

The [blank] slate gallery is proud to present its first group exhibition by Sarasota’s contemporary arts collective, SARTQ

SARTQ: SMALL WORKS features about twenty-five pieces from twelve artists. 
Artists participating: Jeffery Cornwell, Elena De La Ville, Zachary Gilliland, Joni Younkins-Herzog, Tim Jaeger, Cassia Kite, Jenny Medved, Laine Nixon, Vicky Randall, Javier Rodriguez, Steven Strenk, and Jill Taffet.

SARTQ: SMALL WORKS will be on view July 29 through August 20, with an opening reception to meet the artists on Friday, July 29 5:30-8:30pm. 

Wish You Could Have Seen This
Jun
3
Sep 2

Wish You Could Have Seen This

Abiogenesis is being exhibited at the group exhibit Wish You Could Have Seen This at the San Francisco Art Commission Gallery

155 Grove St, SanFrancisco, CA

Curated by Mai Li

Harvestworks, NYC Premieres Jill Taffet's New Interactive Media Projection Abiogenesis
Mar
4
Mar 5

Harvestworks, NYC Premieres Jill Taffet's New Interactive Media Projection Abiogenesis

ARTIST RECEPTION: Friday, March 4, 7:00 PM

Open Saturday, March 5, 4:00-7:00 PM

Harvestworks is pleased to premiere Abiogenesis, an interactive video projection that uses camera tracking to trigger the movement of animation and sound through audience participation.

Inspired by the theory of Abiogenesis, the process of life arising from non-living matter, animated abstract avatars follow participants as they explore bringing biomorphic shapes to life.

Each viewing of the work is unique. The visual, auditory composition and complexity increases or decreases dependent on the number of people interacting simultaneously.

HARVESTWORKS DIGITAL MEDIA CENTER, 596 Broadway #602, New York, NY 10012

Phone 212-431-1130

In Soho, Subway F/M/D/B Broadway/Lafayette, R to Prince, #6 to Bleecker 

www.harvestworks.com

www.jilltaffet.com