Stacey Carter Painting Featured at Super Bowl City San Francisco
The painting "Surfers 1973" by STacey Carter is on display at Super Bowl City San Francisco as part of Art Walk - a collaboration between the Super Bowl 50 Host Committee and Artspan. Art Walk is designed promote and display the work of local Bay Area artists to the hundreds of thousands of visitors coming to downtown San Francisco for Super Bowl festivities. The exhibit is staged on the perimeter fencing of Super Bowl City presented by Verizon, the Super Bowl 50 Host Committee’s free-to-the-public fan village.
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USS Akron in Sunnyvale, 1932 with Hangar One Under Construction By Stacey M Carter Ink, pigment and acrylic on paper mounted to wood panels 87 x 171” (7 x 14’ ) 2015
See new work by Stacey Carter in the New Museum of Los Gatos (NUMU) exhibition:
Giants in the Sky - The Rise and Fall of Airships
June 6 – September 27, 2015
New Museum Los Gatos presents Giants in the Sky: The Rise and Fall of Airships. The exhibit opens June 6 and runs through September 27, 2015. This multimedia, interactive exposition includes contemporary artwork, vintage photographs, artifacts, memorabilia and video.
In the early 20th Century airships became both a promising technology and an exclusive mode of luxury travel, but it lasted just one generation. During this golden age of air discovery, Moffett Field was home to the great airship USS Macon, becoming the birthplace for scientific, technological research and development. The story of airships explores the quest for aeronautic innovation, its infusion into popular culture, and the rise and fall of a technology that continues to capture our imagination.
San Francisco artists Jenny Robinson and Stacey Carter, and California painter Michael Rosenfeld, illustrate the scale and grandeur of these superstructures. Contributions from The Museum of Monterey, AirshipVentures and the private collections of Robert Flynn Johnson, Curator Emeritus of The Achenbach Foundation FAMSF and Cheryl Ganz, Curator Emerita of The Smithsonian Philately Museum feature ephemera, photographs and objects providing historical context.
New Museum Los Gatos (NUMU) is located at the Los Gatos Civic Center in downtown Los Gatos. Engaging community at the intersection of art, history and education through innovative, locally connected and globally relevant exhibits, programs and experiences.
This exhibition is made possible by the generous support of our partners, lenders and sponsors: The Town ofLos Gatos, Moffett Field Museum, Museum of Monterey, NASA Ames Research, Airship Ventures, Sierra Toy Soldier Company, Jamis MacNiven and Buck’s Restaurant, Robert Flynn Johnson, Cheryl Ganz, the Artists and Donors to NUMU’s Annual Campaign.
Artists, Museum Curators, Hangar One at Moffett Field and a re-invented new museum brought together by a fascination of airships . . .
Special events during the exhibition include:
Artist Walk and Talk with Stacey Carter: Thursday, July 16th 6:00-8:00 PM, NUMU Upstairs Gallery
Come Take a Ride on the Hindenburg” presented by Cheryl Ganz, Curator Emeritus of The Smithsonian Philately Museum: Saturday August 1st 1:00 PM
Artist Walk and Talk with Jenny Robinson: Saturday, August 15th 1:00 PM, NUMU Upstairs Gallery
A conversation and book signing with Jamis McNiven, author of 500 Feet: Thursday, September 10th 6:00-8:00 PM, Los Gatos Civic Center Council Chamber
New name, new space:
Spring 2015. Los Gatos Civic Center. 106 E. Main St. Los Gatos, CA
Engaging community at the intersection of art, history and education through innovative, locally connected and globally relevant exhibits, programs and experiences.
Airship Akron at Moffett Field 1932, Hangar One Under Construction Stacey M. Carter 2014 Ink, pigment and acrylic on paper mounted to wood panel 24 x 39.5” $3,000
SPRING OPEN STUDIOS at HUNTERS POINT SHIPYARD
Sat and Sun · May 3rd & 4th 2014 · 11am to 6pm
STACEY M. CARTER Bldg 101, Studio 2312 _______
HUNTERS POINT SHIPYARD ARTISTS MARK THE
25th ANNIVERSARY FOR SPRING OPEN STUDIOS Sat. and Sun. May 3rd and 4th
Meet the Artists • See Where Art is Created Hunters Point Shipyard Artists, America’s largest artist colony with more than 280 artist work studios, and the Bayview Opera House, have teamed up to present the 25th Anniversary Spring Open Studios. This event, which takes place from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, May 3rd and May 4th, showcases 125+ exhibiting artists from seven Shipyard buildings and Islais Creek Studios. Spring Open Studios gives art fans a rare portal into the artists’ creative habitat. It’s an opportunity to visit artists' studios, glimpse the creative process and purchase original art directly from more than 125 local artists with works in a sweeping range of styles, mediums and subject matter, offering a slice of contemporary art culture in two settings. Special features of the 25th Annual Shipyard Artists Spring Open Studios include the Bayview Underground Food Scene PopUp Market with many local vendors, live jazz, an art exhibit by Bayview school children, a participatory Kid Zone with arts activities for children and families and Riveropolis, presenting elevated waterways and imaginative landscapes.
Admission and parking are free. for more information and driving directions go to: www.shipyardartists.com
More About the Hunters Point Shipyard Artists In 1976, a private ship repair contractor leased the yard from the U.S. Navy and sublet buildings to civilians, including The Point’s founder, Jacques Terzian, whose family business fabricated found-object based furniture and wall installations. In the early 1980s, Terzian saw the possibility of transforming neglected buildings into affordable work spaces for artists, and The Point soon became America’s largest artist colony and the authentic home to San Francisco’s visual artists, musicians and writers.
About the Bayview Opera House, Inc. Founded in 1989 to manage programs from the historic 1888 South San Francisco Opera House, Bayview Opera House, Inc. (BVOH) is a 501 (c) (3) organization with a mission to serve as the focal point of Art and Culture in the Bayview Hunters Point community by providing accessible diverse, and high-quality arts education, cultural programs and community events in a safe environment.