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Creative Growth Magazine Issue 3 Release

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Date:
Friday, September 07, 2018
Time:
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Event Type:
Party/Street Party
Organizer/Author:
Creative Growth Art Center
Location Details:
Creative Growth, 355 24th Street, Oakland 94612

In celebration of the third issue of the Creative Growth Magazine, Creative Growth presents For Now For Magical Power. Join us for the opening of the exhibition and the launch of Creative Growth Magazine: Issue 3 on Friday, September 7 from 5-8pm.

Creative Growth Magazine: Issue 3 is devoted to the mysteries of the unknown, whether it is paranormal contact, the transformative alchemy of collaboration, or the imaginative power of art itself. The issue includes dream analysis by Ray Vickers and Avery Babon, a search for Bigfoot with Nick Pagan, a five-part section on Creative Growth collaborations in the past year, rarely seen bodies of work from Creative Growth studio, and myriad explorations of creative power.

The exhibition For Now For Magical Power brings the mysterious, mystical, and magical artwork featured in the issue into the corporeal world of the Creative Growth Gallery. See, in the flesh, the results of the Exquisite Corpse collaboration between artists at Creative Growth and artists at our sister programs in the Bay Area, Creativity Explored and NIAD; enter the fantastic, yet peculiarly familiar world of Jorge Gomez’s vivid works on paper; and relish in the humor and strangeness of print ads transformed by Jane Kassner and John Martin. For Now For Magical Power takes its title from work by William Tyler, who will create a large scale, site-specific installation based on the liminal world of make-believe nations, historical and personal events, and the love of magic that populate his body of work.
Added to the calendar on Thu, Aug 30, 2018 3:25PM
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