Professor Augsburg Curates Rage in 'F213' Exhibition

Monday, April 29, 2019

SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS -- “While we remain hopeful, we reject ‘thoughts and prayers’ as adequate responses to the corruption, cruelty and discrimination we now experience daily in the U.S.,” Professor Tanya Augsburg said in a description of the show. “Women, in particular, are past the boiling point and wish to make their voices heard. Artistic expression is our way forward toward social justice.”

The San Francisco State University educator led the curation team that pulled together a multicultural, multigenerational selection of 40 artists from around the Bay Area and the nation — and paired them with 40 writers whose words illuminate the works.