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On July 12, PFF's Media Alliance participated in a Nationwide Day of Action to preserve "net neutrality." Net neutrality is a government policy that prevents the big cable companies from forcing websites to censor content, slow down your service, or charge extra fees.

It's not too late to voice your support to save the Internet! The commenting period on the Federal Communications Commission's attempt to eliminate net neutrality ends on July 17th.

To have your website -- or even your Facebook and Twitter profiles -- participate, click here to join other artists, entrepreneurs, small businesses, nonprofits, and some of the biggest tech companies in the country in declaring that an open Internet is the only Internet we want.
Secession Art & Design's 10th anniversary show, Ecological Resilience, is a three-person show featuring Cindy Shih, Heather Robinson, and Victoria Veedell. All three live and create art in San Francisco. This beautiful collection of landscapes and abstracts takes you through an ecosystem of nature and pattern.

On View: August 1 to September 30
Tenth Anniversary Party: August 4 @ 6 pm
Artist: Cindy Shih
Exhibition: Ecological Resilience
Artspace: Secession Art & Design
Address: 3235 Mission Street
Location: San Francisco, CA
This July, Beth Davila Waldman is hosting a studio residency for the artistic collaboration Built Environments with Tucson-based artist Jenny Day. Having met in New Orleans as participating artists at the NO DEAD ARTISTS exhibition at Jonathan Ferrara Gallery, they launched the project with the website

Since meeting, the two artists have infused their artistic processes with exchanged materials, digital communication, and photo shoots. During this residency, they will execute large-scale panels, fiber work, and review twelve completed mixed media works on panel. The collaboration merges their interests in landscape of past and present and man-made constructions that inform our current urban context.
Sandra Yagi is participating in beinArt Gallery's annual Small Works show, which features works by 60 international artists.  While there is a limit to the size of the pieces (10″ x 10″ or 25.4 x 25.4 cm), there is no limit to the imagination that will be on display.

Opening Reception: July 29 @ 5 pm
On View: July 29 to August 20
Artist: Sandra Yagi
Exhibition: Small Works
Artspace: beinArt Gallery
Address: 1 Sparta Place
Location: Brunswick, Victoria, Australia
Rodney Ewing is participating in a one month artist residency at HANGAR in Lisbon, Portugal. The residency runs July 1 to July 31, 2017. He will be working on his Longitude and Latitude series that creates landscapes of tumultuous historical events at the intersection of memory and geography.
Today, the line between work and life has never been so blurred. Work environments are increasingly inspired by the domestic realm—from kitchens to dining areas to living rooms. These "brick-wall tech" environments have brought home to work, increasing its comfort as well as productivity.

At the same time, the domestic realm is increasingly a location for new forms of labor that can be spatially distributed yet virtually connected. More people now work from home than ever before, which has also enabled a new nomadicism.

Co-curated by Neeraj Bhatia and Christoph Hesse, the Ways of Life exhibition is an investigation into the new condition of work­ing in close proximity to nature. Emerging architectural offices from around the globe have been asked to develop a prototype dwelling that immerses work in nature.

The projects were presented at EXPERIMENTA URBANA, a co-event with documenta14 in Kassel, Germany, on July 5, 2017. Selected designs will begin construction starting March 2018.


July 29 @ 5 pm - Small Works with Sandra Yagi @ beinArt @ 1 Sparta Place in Brunswick, Vitoria, Australia.

August 4 @ 6 pm - Tenth Anniversary Party and Ecological Resilience exhibition with Cindy Shih @ Secession Art & Design @ 3235 Mission Street in San Francisco, CA. Through September 30.


Through July 29 - Casual Cruelties with Tim Roseborough @ Black & White Projects @ 2830 20th Street in San Francisco, CA.

Through September - Vanishing Point: The 3.9 Art Collective Reflects on Black Communities in San Francisco with Rodney Ewing and Rhiannon Evan MacFadyen @ Katz Snyder Gallery @ JCCSF @ 3200 California Street in San Francisco, CA.
The Pacific Felt Factory is a thriving arts space located in the heart of San Francisco's Mission neighborhood at 2830 20th Street. 

Since 2015, Pacific Felt Factory has offered visual arts exhibitions, performance events, artist talks, and professional development workshops. We provide a multipurpose flexspace for community use and 14 workspaces for a diverse collaborative of artists, performers, curators, media activists and others who make San Francisco's arts scene vibrant.

This newsletter covers the activities of PFF participants: please check out the calendar above and save the dates for our upcoming events. We hope you will visit us for art, music, performance, discussion and much more!
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