Santa Rosa, CA – The City of Santa Rosa Public Art Program is excited to announce the installation of five temporary projects selected for Fire Response – Round Two:
- Teresa Camozzi: Sonoma Fire Aftermath
Large mobiles of photos depicting fire aftermath and recovery digitally printed on chiffon, currently on display at the Finley Community Center Cedar Lobby through February 2020
- Alejandro R. Torres & Theresa Pisani: Dawn of a New Day
Spherical painting of the re-growing landscape suspended by steel frame, to be installed in the Finley Community Center Courtyard in January 2020
- Adrian Litman: Splash & Fire
Painted steel sculpture representing an iconic image of water splashing over fire, to be installed at the Santa Rosa Fire Department on Sonoma Avenue in January 2020
- Ashleigh Riggs: Beacon Obelisk: Life Grid
Steel structure showcasing painted glass panels featuring children’s artistic renderings of their life experiences since the Tubbs Fire, to be installed in the Finley Community Center Courtyard in Summer 2020
- Luba Zygarewicz: Risorgere (to rise again)
Sculptural installation comprised of hundreds of remnants from the Sonoma Fires of 2017, location and dates to be determined
Installations will be on display from 30 days to no more than one year, depending on the project.
This opportunity was open to artists or artist teams to create and install temporary art installations addressing the 2017 Northern California Wildfires. The first round of funding supported four temporary projects—each with a maximum budget of $4,000—that took place between October 2018 and April 2019. The same level of funding was made available for the second round of the project, with the goal of continuing to support artists to produce and present community-based projects in response to the fires that activate public spaces.
Please visit www.srcity.org/2915 to find out more about the Fire Response projects.
Questions can be directed to the Arts Coordinator at (707) 543-4512 or email@example.com.