Category Archives: Events

SF Art Fairs / May 16-19, 2013

Keep your eyes peeled at ArtPadSF and artMRKT this weekend for works and performances by some of our lovely friends! Your best plan for Saturday: Check out ArtPadSF exhibitors (below), see Chris Vargas’s performance at 5pm, then mosey down to ASC Projects for

SF Art Fairs / May 16-19, 2013

Keep your eyes peeled at ArtPadSF and artMRKT this weekend for works and performances by some of our lovely friends! Your best plan for Saturday: Check out ArtPadSF exhibitors (below), see Chris Vargas’s performance at 5pm, then mosey down to ASC Projects for

Closing Reception for Group Show

Celebrate Our First Show at the Closing Reception May 18, 7-10pm Join A Simple Collective on Saturday, May 18, for a Closing Reception celebrating the group show featuring works by Mark Baugh-Sasaki, Helen Bayly, Susan O’Malley, Tim Roseborough, and Lauren

Closing Reception for Group Show

Celebrate Our First Show at the Closing Reception May 18, 7-10pm Join A Simple Collective on Saturday, May 18, for a Closing Reception celebrating the group show featuring works by Mark Baugh-Sasaki, Helen Bayly, Susan O’Malley, Tim Roseborough, and Lauren

ASC Meet & Greet II – April 25

Join us for a cocktail & get to know A Simple Collective Thursday, April 25, 6–8pm Remarks and introductions at 7pm at A Simple Project Space #104 on Treat at 18th Street Join us for a cocktail and conversation. Share your

ASC Meet & Greet II – April 25

Join us for a cocktail & get to know A Simple Collective Thursday, April 25, 6–8pm Remarks and introductions at 7pm at A Simple Project Space #104 on Treat at 18th Street Join us for a cocktail and conversation. Share your

Dinner Salon I

On April 11, 2013, eight people—artists, technologists, critics, collectors, and curators—gathered for dinner and conversation at A Simple Collective’s first dinner salon, where we asked “What is the current state of New Media arts in the Bay Area?”. The conversation

Dinner Salon I

On April 11, 2013, eight people—artists, technologists, critics, collectors, and curators—gathered for dinner and conversation at A Simple Collective’s first dinner salon, where we asked “What is the current state of New Media arts in the Bay Area?”. The conversation