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Recology Artist in Residence Exhibition Reception



One man’s trash is anyone man’s treasure, the old idiom goes, and the people over at Recology really seem to take it to heart. Recology, a private, 100% employee-owned resource recovery company headquartered in San Francisco, emphasizes recycling to reduce consumption of virgin natural resources and pioneered the first curbside compost program in the country. Another initiative of theirs is The Artist in Residence Program, where artists spend four months going through materials at the dump to make their creations. Recology San Francisco will hosting an exhibition and reception for current artists-in-residence Rodney Ewing, Beth Krebs, and Santa Clara University student artist Ciaran Freeman. This exhibition will be the culmination of their work and is intended to promote recycling and reuse.

If You Go:

When: Reception-Friday, January 26, 2018, 5–8 p.m.
Where: Art Studio, 503 Tunnel Avenue and
Environmental Learning Center, 401 Tunnel Avenue, San Francisco, CA
Cost: Free

More information available on the Recology website.


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