Events (Updated March, 2016)
March 3rd - 31st
Artist Reception: Saturday, March 12th 5 - 7pm
Artist Panel: Saturday, March 26th 5 - 7pm
Abrams Claghorn Gallery
1251 Solano Ave. Albany Ca 94706
Crossing to Safety showcases works by twelve artists in the San Francisco Bay Area who draw and reflect upon their families journeys to, and settlement in, a new land. The artists in the exhibition have dedicated their lives to art and activism on behalf of immigrants and marginalized communities. Both the curators and artists believe that art can compliment social and economic reforms aimed at providing more equitable living conditions and jobs for all Bay Area residents.
Featured Artists: Salma Aratsu, Art Hazelwood, Judy Johnson-Williams, Ernest Jolly, Patricia A. Montgomery, Emmanuel Montoya, Priscilla Otani, Judy Shintani, Sharon Siskin, Anthony Williams, René Yañez, Rio Yañez
Curated by: Pamela Blotner and Elizabeth Addison
Read a review of House Keys, Not Handcuffs, July 10, 2015
by Paul Von Blum on Truthdig,
My first museum show. Of course, it is nowhere near the Bay Area. Why Georgia? A great museum director.
From Ferguson to Gaza, we can see how militarism directly impacts all of our lives. The images on display here are part of a new AFSC traveling exhibit that examines the effects of militarism at both the foreign and domestic policy levels. It also highlights alternatives and positive nonviolent solutions.
Featuring the printmaking practices and collections of Bay Area artists Juan Fuentes, Art Hazelwood, Jos Sances and Jim Nikas to illustrate how printmaking engages people in social issues and the sharing of ideas. The exhibition will address links between the practices and how printmaking has been utilized to create accessible political messages, social change and political solidarity.
An Interview with Art Hazelwood
Pressing the issue: Art Hazelwood's imagery and action on the homeless front
by Emily Green | 2 Dec 2014, Street Roots News, Portland, OR
Boom: A Journal of California
printed series of San Francicso Eviction Times posters in Vol. 4 No. 2 Summer 2014
Mutiny Radio hosted an exhibition of San Francisco Eviction Times and interviewed Patrick Piazza about evictions, while Art Hazelwood, Mobile Arts Platform and Jos Sances printed posters on the street.
A review of Art Hazelwood and William Wolff - Working Together
at ArtZone 461 can be seen here http://gary-paul.com/review-art-hazelwood-and-william-wolf/
at Artzone 461
An extended essay at ArtBusiness.com on
This Huffington Post article was a collaboration with Paul Boden
A recent issue of
Spirit uses an image I created in 1996 that still
gets a lot of use.
A review of the Hobos to Street People book on
Art": A Window into the Fine Art Print Collections at
the Library of Congress,
Martha H. Kennedy, Curator of Popular & Applied Graphic Art, 2010, based on a presentation and
discussion by Katherine L. Blood, Curator of Fine Prints. http://www.loc.gov/rr/print/coll/opinart.html
Organized by Francisco Dominguez, Doug Minkler and Art Hazelwood
In 2008 I spent every free moment on the Art
of Democracy shows
leading up to the elections. Here's an article with an intereview
Article by Mark Vallen about the exhibition Art of Democracy War & Empire, in Foreign Policy in Focus
A lengthy article about Art Hazelwood published August
Online Magazine of the Visual Narrative - ISSN 1780-678X
Art Hazelwood: A Graphic Witness of America
Author: David A. Beronä
Published: August 2005
Abstract (E): This essay examines the power of the contemporary print in the work of the San Francisco printmaker, Art Hazelwood. Narrative features are identified in Hazelwood's early series of woodcuts that display distinctive scenes of contemporary life, block books that merge image and text in an imaginative display, stylized book illustrations, accordion style artists books, and his satirical commentary on American imperialism in Iraq called Hubris Corpulentus.
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