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When Archana Horsting was a 22-year-old artist studying printmaking at Paris’ Atelier 17 in the early 1970s, she remembers being “energized by the incredibly international group of artists from all over the world working together, this creative global hub.”
Inspired by the Parisian workshop model, as well as by her childhood watching the likes of Robert Arneson and Roy De Forest teach sculpture and ceramics alongside her mother, Ruth Horsting, on the UC Davis art faculty, Horsting returned to the Bay Area determined, with fellow artist Yuzo Nakano, to design an art workshop created by and for artists, where they could work around the clock on good equipment.
Fast forward to today, and Berkeley’s treasured nonprofit arts center Kala Art Institute has for 41 years successfully embodied Horsting’s vision of a thriving, internationally recognized community arts space, ever since she and Nakano first “launched Kala in an old Japantown basement in 1974, with one etching press and a hot plate,” says Horsting.
On Thursday, Oct.
Despite the efforts of groups like Zero1 and companies such as Facebook to bring art to their streets and campuses, Silicon Valley hasn’t quite fostered visual culture as well as it could.
Showcasing galleries from here and abroad and working with Zero1, the San Francisco Art Dealers Association and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, among others, this year’s art fair strives to make a splash with a new media exhibit curated by Christine Duval and a site-specific performance piece by Walter & Zoniel that promises to get the audience involved.
Art Silicon Valley/San Francisco: 6-7:30 p.m.
Sixteen years along, SOMArts Cultural Center’s Day of the Dead exhibition is alive and kicking — and it’s evolved into much more than simply a series of traditional altars devoted to the departed.
In the care of local arts legend Rene Yáñez, 73, who has curated SOMArts’ Dia de los Muertos exhibition since its start, the event has become an opportunity to make art that not only mirrors the city’s diverse communities, but is also charged with personal — and political — meaning.
Reflecting on 2015’s theme “Today Is the Shadow of Tomorrow,” the kids working with artist Andrea Juarez of Communities in Harmony Advocating For Learning and Kids are meditating on those lost to gun violence and police brutality by adorning a mannequin with hashtags like #blacklivesmatter and images of Michael Brown, Trayvon Martin and others lost closer to home.
 poet Adrian Arias and El Tecolote’s staff will assemble altars for the writers, Yáñez has organized readings, and artists like Ana Rivero Rossi will wrap their imaginations around related concepts — she’ll create a “Narcoguernica” using Mexican newspaper reports on drug traffickers.
Opening event with artist market and opening procession and performances by Loco Bloco, Denise Benavidez and Adrian Arias Oct.