Three neighbors who connected through “Commons Archive” reflect on the public art project and the neighborhood they call home.
Meet the 2023 Rainin Fellows—Mohammad Gorjestani (Film), Joanna Haigood (Dance), Related Tactics (Public Space) and Sean San José (Theater).
Community Arts Stabilization Trust (CAST) has proven its success in securing safe, affordable spaces for artists to thrive in the Bay Area.
Two Kenneth Rainin Foundation video series, created in partnership with Bay Area artists and filmmakers, have been honored by the 20th annual American Business Awards.
“Of Here From There | De Aquí Desde Allá” engaged developmentally disabled artists to explore ideas of movement and migration.
“Lakbai Diwa: Diasporic Spirit” centered indigeneity to bring visibility and collective healing to the Pilipinx community.
This four-part series explored the opportunities and challenges of working in the public realm.
A virtual gathering with the inaugural Rainin Fellows, moderated by Marc Bamuthi Joseph.
“We So Bay” featured youth poets, dancers and musicians telling stories about their Bay Area neighborhoods and cities.
“TENDER (n) a person who takes charge” was a site-specific dance that elevated underrepresented histories.