Zeitgeist 2017-11-10T20:19:54+00:00


Come celebrate the spirit of our time with spirits and snacks and a market you won’t believe at the opening of the visual arts exhibit and the festival!

In the midst of the opening, Qcc will host a Zeitgeist market with items from some of the visual artists invited to show, and a showcase of some of the many allies who have supported Qcc over our past 15 years! Also…expect the unexpected!

Scholars have long maintained that each era has a unique spirit, a nature or climate that sets it apart from all other epochs. In German, such a spirit is known as “Zeitgeist,” from the German words Zeit, meaning “time,” and Geist, meaning “spirit” or “ghost.” Some writers and artists assert that the true zeitgeist of an era cannot be known until the era is over, and several have declared that only artists or philosophers can adequately explain it.

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June 1
Zeitgeist-Exhibition Reception
SOMArts Gallery, 3pm
Exhibit thru June 29



Curators for the exhibition include: Jacqueline Francis, Josh Faught, Jordy Jones, Rudy Lemcke, Matt McKinley, Pam Peniston and Tina Takemoto.

Exhibition Designer – Matt McKinley
Exhibition Coordinator – Amanda Simons
Exhibition Intern – Carter Simons

Participating Artists:
Bren Ahearn
Esteban Partida Ayala
Sarah Barnard
Micah Bazant
Alexei Biryukoff
Marconi Calindas
Esra Canogullari
Alberto Condotta
Robert Cortlandt
Yvette Deas
Leah DeVun
Ariel Dunitz-Johnson
Rami George
Hilary Goldberg
Nicole Hall and Benjy Blanco
Matthew Lambert
Cristiano F. Lopes
Mox Mäkelä
Elizabeth “Oscar” Maynard
Aaron McIntosh
Rosa Middleton
Kait Mooney
Allie Phillips
Piyarat Piyapongwiwat
Emmett Ramstad
Tommy J. Reyes
Gregory Farrar Scott
Kevin Simmonds
Ariel Springfield
Diego Terros
Amanda Verwey
Kate Walker
Eva Weiss
Angie Wilson

Zeitgeist is supported by the SOMArts Cultural Center’s Affordable Space Program, which provides subsidized, large-scale affordable space and technical assistance to nonprofits. SOMArts receives support from the San Francisco Arts Commission’s Community Arts and Education Program with funding from Grants for the Arts/The Hotel Tax Fund.

The mission of SOMArts is to promote and nurture art on the community level and foster an appreciation of and respect for all cultures. To find out about SOMArts classes, events and exhibitions, please visit www.somarts.org.”