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Congrats organization. Also the aspect of the museum
where the artists are giving back sets us apart.
Our 160 artist members contribute volunteer
time every month, giving their time to mount
exhibitions, run events, provide pieces for the
store and just make the whole thing run — a
kind of a hybrid art center and museum. And we
offer free admission.
What are some of your more innovative programs? We have a program in partnership with
Teamworks for one-on-one mentoring of at-risk girls who are on probation in the juvenile
justice system. Artists mentor these girls and
give them a focus and a skill, something they
can excel at and feel positive about in their life.
A few years ago the Prison Arts Project was
here and we showcased the art work of prisoners from San Quentin. We will highlight other
organizations that are using art in transformative ways. Cedars of Marin has been here, the
Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project, and
most recently Recology, a San Francisco group
creating art from entirely recycled materials
from the dump.
What is your vision for the future of the
museum? We want to expand on our outreach
programs. We are in the middle of our first
Artist in Residence program. Oakland artist
Luis Garcia is doing work around cross-cul-tural connections — painting, mixed-media,
altars and mask-making. He holds workshops
and this is in line with our mission to give an
artist an opportunity to work on his craft and
also create an element of community connection and benefit. Classes come on field trips,
and we host panels. We want to grow these
programs — for schoolchildren and all ages —
to make contemporary art more accessible.
People go to museums to view contemporary
art and are not sure how to access it, so we are
helping to contextualize it and make it a more
rewarding experience. m
The caliber of work here is as
high, in many cases, as what you
might see in the city, but we are
a much more intimate venue.