Super excited to ride my bike to my neighborhood art gallery Public Fiction tonight! This evening marks the opening of their “Gold Rush / Manifest Destiny” series that will go on through December. Oooo, and the other cool part is I’m writing a piece for the publication that will accompany the series. Actually writing it right now at my public library just down the street from both my house and the gallery. So nice to have a new piece in the works. So nice to ride a bike and hang out at a library for the afternoon.
Yep, I’d have to say, living in California really is a dream destiny to manifest. Come tonight if you’re feeling frisky! Be sure to wear some flowers in your hair. (Couldn’t resist!)
Here’s more info from Public Fiction:
This fall, The Gold Rush / Manifest Destiny series at the Museum of Public Fiction will unravel in three parts of one story. The first, La Californie, is named after Picasso’s Mediterranean Villa. This exhibition will contain the work of eight California-based artists whose work swells with searching, SoCal colors, entrepreneurialism, invention, and fame. The second part will transforms the museum into a Californian hotel, with a rotating cast of East-coast artists who will travel West to vacation, perform, and make souvenirs within it’s walls. The third will be a landscape, a post-quake set, a hollywoodian facsimile of LA.
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