Art Hazelwood is a printmaker, book maker, painter, muralist, educator, independent curator, author, and political activist. He has actively collaborated with a number of arts and political activist organizations in the Bay Area, including the Prison Arts Project at San Quentin State Prison and the San Francisco Poster Syndicate. He is currently a lecturer in the Printmaking Department at San Francisco Art Institute.
Golbganou Moghaddas, a San Francisco based artist, is a native of Iran. She has studied in London and the U.S. In her work, Moghaddas invites viewers to “follow an unorthodox narrative”. Her work references “traditional Persian storytelling, and her work is enriched by metaphor, philosophy, poetry, existential beliefs and personal perceptions”. She has shown locally and nationally, including at the Museum of London. This show will offer our students and community a fine example of two master printers whose work spans two generations and varied political and personal perspectives.
Artist talk and reception on April 7 from 5p.m. to 7 p.m. in Edward M. Dowd Lobby.
Multi-plate etching, Printed on Japanese Gampi Paper, Mounted on Sekishu paper
20” x 15”