F213 Exhibition - Arc Gallery and Studios

F213 is short for Fahrenheit 213, one degree above the boiling point of blood. This exhibition at Arc Gallery and Studios in San Francisco - April 13 to May 11 - brings together nearly 100 national and Bay Area feminist artist and writers who are incensed about what is currently happening in the United States.

 Artist and writers are coupled together to express their outrage and I was very honored to be couple with the writer, art critic and curator, Natasha Boas.

 My art piece is a ripped up and painted Airbnb T- Shirt, a response to the homeless epidemic sweeping our nation and in particular here in the Bay Area.  For every new, potential Airbnb, housing complex that is being built, there is a new homeless encampment being built at the same time.  The dichotomy of the homeless and Airbnb is something that I feel very strongly about and needs to be addressed. For further information please see the Homeless Project on the website.


 F213 Panel Discussion:

Arc Gallery and Studios  Saturday May 11 from 1-3 PM.

Tanya Augsburg will moderate a discussion among F213 artists Lenore Chinn, Nancy Hom, Kristine Mays, Patricia Montgomery, Judy Shintani and Colette Standish.