Group Exhibition

Prêt à Placer

Prêt à Placer, or “ready to place” in French, is a gallery artist group exhibition that includes friends from SFArtsEd. The works are small but relay the depth and breadth of ideas and styles present in the Bay Area. In addition,10% of all sales benefit SFArtsEd.

Works in the exhibition start as small as a postcard and include oil paintings, limited edition prints, mixed-media sculptures, and black and white photography. All works are available to take home immediately, Prêt à Placer, “ready to place” on your walls or as gifts for family and friends.

Gallery Artists:

Kim Anno - John Beech - Leo Bersamina - Enrique Chagoya - Ajit Chauhan - Veronica De Jesus - Keith Hale - Mildred Howard - Paul Kos - Kathleen Henderson - Kara Maria - Tom Marioni - Tomas Nakada - J. John Priola - Rigo 23 - John Roloff - Katherine Sherwood - Dean Smith - Isabelle Sorrell - M. Louise Stanley - Stephen Vincent - Benji Whelan - Arngunnur Ýr

SFArtsED Artists:

Alexis Arnold - Jeanette Au - Agelio Batle - Peter Belkin - Lauren Hartman - Prajakti Jayavant - Tiersa Nureyev - Erik Parra - Travis Somerville

Please join us for a reception on Saturday, December 2 from 4-7pm in our first-floor gallery at Minnesota Street Project.

Prêt à Placer will be on view through Saturday, December 23. 

The San Francisco Arts Education Project (SFArtsED) was founded in 1968 and for more than 50 years has stayed true to its mission: to enrich the lives of children by facilitating hands-on participation in the visual and performing arts--taught by practicing artists. SFArtsED does this in many ways and across a multitude of disciplines including artist residencies at more than twenty public schools, after-school programs, free Third Saturday workshops, and summer camps. Since March, 2016, SFArtsED has been fortunate to have an office and adjacent gallery/classroom space at the Minnesota Street Project with a rich program of workshops and exhibitions of student work.

Works in the Exhibition

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