Conflict Kitchen, a project by Professor Jon Rubin and Dawn Weleski BFA ’10, served dishes from countries in conflict with the United States.
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“The Other Apartment” occurs simultaneously in Kashani’s apartment in Tehran, Iran, and an exact replica of that apartment at the Mattress Factory.
Prof Rubin and Joseph del Pesco’s three-part installation “Monuments, Ruins, and Forgetting” is part of “Counterpublic,” a triennial public art exhibition.
“Feast & Famine” explores food as a social, political, and bodily phenomenon.
Both Lenka Clayton and Jon Rubin are known for their extensive work in social practice and public engagement.
The new grant program arose from the community response to the removal of her text “There are Black People in the Future” from “The Last Billboard.”
The tightly curated list of 32 includes artists and collectives from across the globe, focusing on what it means to be “international” in this moment in time.
Adjunct Professor Alisha Wormsley will take part in a public discussion regarding the landlord’s recent removal of her text “There are Black People in the Future” from The Last Billboard. The Last Billboard, founded and curated by MFA Program Director and Associate Professor Jon Rubin, is a 36 foot long billboard in East Liberty that invites a different artist to use it each month.
Featuring ten contemporary artists and artist collaborations, “You, if no one else,” looks at the ways in which artists record, reflect, contribute to, rail against, and engage with politics and civic life.
Professor Jon Rubin’s “Photograph Yourself Naked at Your Parent’s House” ‘retires’ famous and infamous student art projects from the San Francisco Art Institute’s past.