Anxiety is the Handmaiden of Creativity

“The Hole and Some of his Parts” by Lee Harvey Roswell

Brooke Waterhouse presents:

THE ANXIETY SHOW April 7 – May 1
Curated by Christine Kristen aka LadyBee

Project One,  251 Rhode Island St, San Francisco

“Anxiety is the handmaiden of creativity.” – T.S. Eliot

The economic crisis, global warming, and the wars have generated a free-floating anxiety which is difficult not to internalize. This show is an exploration of the uncertainty of our times, featuring Brian Goggin, Deidre DeFranceaux, Bryan Tedrick, Laura Kimpton and Jeff Schomberg, JennyBird Alcantara, Jonathan Solo, Francis Baker, Tony Speirs and Lee Harvey Roswell…so bring your worries and woes to the opening reception Wednesday, April 7th, 8pm-midnight!

UPDATE: Artists Brian Tedrick, Bryan Goggin, Deirdre DeFranceaux, Francis Baker and Lee Harvey Roswell, will speak about their work on April 27th, 7-9pm at Project One Gallery

UPDATE: Closing Party:  May 9th, 7 – 11pm,  DJ Ferral on the Decks and Michael Olson, Flamenco Guitarist

About the author: Affinity

Affinity, a Burner since 2000, was legally married on the Playa in 2001, was wedding coordinator and then training coordinator at Burning Man, before becoming the Black Rock Arts Foundation (BRAF) Social Media Coordinator and an Advisory Board Member. An attorney, she served on the Board of Directors of the Western Pension and Benefits Conference. She interned with the Human Awareness Institute for 10 years, loves living in San Francisco and is a craft dilettante. She will write about BRAF, and how art is envisioned, produced, created, installed and its afterlife.

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