Youth + Art + Technology + SF = My San Francisco: A Neighborhood Mashup
Ready to bring a little culture into your kiddos world? The KIng Tut exhibit will be a madhouse this weekend, so head over to Zeum on Saturday as they kick off the opening reception of their newest “Spotlight on Youth Art” installation, My San Francisco: A Neighborhood Mashup. Teen artists lead guests through the works that tell stories of life in and around San Francisco, as seen through the eyes of youth who call the city their home ( six San Francisco-based organizations have teamed together to support young people’s creativity – CENTS, BAYCAT, Leap…imagination in learning, Southern Exposure, SisterHoods, and Welcome to theNeighborHOOD).
Admission to the show My San Francisco: A Neighborhood Mashup is free (all show attendees also get free admission to Zeum from 2:00pm to close, 5:00pm) and open to the public.
Located on the roof of Yerba Buena Gardens, Zeum’s 34,000 square foot multimedia playspace provides kids of all ages with a range of interactive exhibits where they can let their inner artist, performer or auteur flourish. Even toddlers and preschoolers can get in on the fun, belting out their ABCs or “Twinkle Twinkle” in the Music Production Lab—and you can get a video souvenir to take home afterwards to let them relive their moment in the spotlight!
Enjoy refreshments as you meet the key influencers of the next generation!
Saturday, February 20, 2010, 2:00pm – 4:00pm