The Randall Museum in partnership with SCRAP has extended its current lobby exhibit RePurposeful, The Art of Collage and Assemblage, a collection of artwork from Bay Area artists inspired by sustainable practices and focused on recycling, reusing, and reimagining diverse materials to create art with a purpose. The display of more than 40 works demonstrates new ideas and approaches to sustainability, opening minds to creative ways of reusing materials and diverting waste.
Designed for visitors of all ages, the exhibition allows visitors to explore sustainability and interdependence through the collage and assemblage artworks from local artists, discover the artists’ unique insights on how to effect change through art, and try out simple collage and assemblage techniques at hands-on activity stations.
Designed for visitors of all ages, this new exhibition explores how cooperation has the power to effect change. Visitors will be able to view the artworks and have the opportunity to try out simple collage and assemblage techniques at hands-on creation stations.
Vicki Assegued, Jessalyn Aaland, Ray Beldner, Andrea Bergen, Marie Bergstedt, Anna-Lena Beurekens, Cynthia Brannvall, Felipe Colina, Aiko Cuneo, Rachel Dean, Bibby Gignilliat, Rea Lynn de Guzman, Susan Doyle, Matt Gonzalez, Kristie Hansen, Robert Haemmerling, Whitney Humphreys, Allison Hughes, Clint Imboden, Michael Kerbow, Barbara Kibbe, Mary Anne Kluth, Paul Lanier, Zwia Lipkin, Abel Manalo, Erin McClusky Wheeler, Adia Millett, Kara Nelson, Mariana Nelson, Mitsu Okubo, Catie O’Leary, Erik Parra, Dianne Platner, William Rhodes, Anna-Lena Sauer, Maureen Shields, Kim Smith, Tom Steele, Lorna Stevens, Julien Tomasello, Michael Tunk, Hannah Waiters, Leigh Wells.
The Randall Museum is proud to partner with SCRAP to present RePurposeful, The Art of Collage and Assemblage, an exciting new exhibition of artworks from Bay Area artists. RePurposeful will showcase artwork that brings diverse materials together to create something new, better, more beautiful, and more purposeful.
After 18 months of social isolation, SCRAP and the Randall Museum are re-engaging with our local communities and exploring how cooperation has the power to effect change. RePurposeful, a juried exhibition of over 40 original collage and assemblage works by Bay Area artists, will inspire new ideas and approaches to sustainability. Join us as we reopen our museum and our minds to new and creative ways of reusing materials.
Admission is free.
The Randall Museum staff continues to carefully manage the museum’s capacity and requires adult visitors to show proof of vaccine and all visitors age 2 and up to wear masks indoors.
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