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Martha Rodriguez posted a blog post

Interviewed by Elena Gross of SOMArts on my altar and other thoughts

ARTIST INTERVIEW: MARTHA RODRIGUEZWHAT: Currently exhibiting artist Martha Rodriguez discusses displacement, holding on to your roots, and her hope for the SF community through artist involvement.WHEN: Martha is exhibiting in …See More
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Oct 20
Laura Ortiz-Spiegel posted a status
"Absolutely love the poem. The serpent is wonderful. Quite a task in itself...Viva San Francisco and her children!!"
Oct 19
Martha Rodriguez posted a video

A Snake Making Journey

Made a serpent / snake out of bubble wrap, cardboard, tape, pillow stuffing and acrylic tape. It was a something out of nothing kind of project. The final fi...
Oct 18
Martha Rodriguez posted photos
Oct 17
Martha Rodriguez's blog post was featured

We Are San Francisco, a poem about the current state of our city

Wrote a poem to go along with my installation at Somarts called We Are San Francisco.What is San Francisco to you?Change, change. Shifting, shaping rapid, thoughtless, minimize, multiply, erase, recreate.Homogenized beauty, suburbs in the city. A rainbow of people, fade into shades of grey.Onslaught continues, more land, more money, more buildings, more restaurants, more evictions.This change to fear or face for those who stay, whose soul remains?Perhaps like the serpent we must shed our…See More
Oct 9
Martha Rodriguez posted a blog post

We Are San Francisco, a poem about the current state of our city

Wrote a poem to go along with my installation at Somarts called We Are San Francisco.What is San Francisco to you?Change, change. Shifting, shaping rapid, thoughtless, minimize, multiply, erase, recreate.Homogenized beauty, suburbs in the city. A rainbow of people, fade into shades of grey.Onslaught continues, more land, more money, more buildings, more restaurants, more evictions.This change to fear or face for those who stay, whose soul remains?Perhaps like the serpent we must shed our…See More
Oct 8
Martha Rodriguez posted photos
Oct 8
Frances Hernandez posted a photo

Skull coin bank

Skull coin bank I painted for a a Day of the Dead fundraiser for a local museum. Flowers in eyes are made by me as well."Se vive con la esperanza de llegar a ser un recuerdo" - Antonio Porchia
Oct 6
Laura Ortiz-Spiegel posted a status
"Reception date: Nov 2, 2014 2-4pm. Food, music, altars and art."
Oct 6
Laura Ortiz-Spiegel posted a status
""Mi Casa Tu Casa - visitations" at Pajaro Valley Art Council Gallery, 37 Sudden street, Watsonville, CA. Exhibit dates: Oct 29-Dec 14, 2014."
Oct 6
Martha Rodriguez posted photos
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