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Posted on December 2, 2019

Finding beauty in the ashes

Spurred on by the recent fires that devastated many California communities, local residents banded together to install an art piece in the Redwood City Art Kiosk. Titled “Bonds Unburnt,” the piece embodies people’s connections with others concerning the tragic California wildfires. Devoted to portraying art with meaning and relevance, a monthly exhibit is unveiled in the kiosk for the public to enjoy. Each is a product of a local Bay Area artist, according to Lance Fung, the chief…

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Posted on November 22, 2019

Hometown Holidays – 14th Annual Festival & Parade

Saturday December 7th 10am-8pm. Complimentary Santa Photos, Play in the Snow, Carnival, Food & Boutique Vendors, History Museum Art Activities, Live Entertainment View…

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Posted on November 22, 2019

California Fires Inspire Redwood City Art Installation

REDWOOD CITY, CA — The revolving exhibits at Redwood City's Downtown Art Kiosk will open with a new display this week —“Bonds Unburnt” — inspired by connections people made during the California fires of 2018 and a Japanese philosophy dubbed the “red string of fate.” The “red string of fate” legend focuses on how people connect, "destined to meet by the attachment of an invisible red string," according to exhibit organizers, the Redwood City Improvement…

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Posted on November 18, 2019

Opening Reception ‘Binds Unburnt’: Art Kiosk, Redwood City

'Bonds Unburnt' Opening reception: Saturday, November 16, 2019 -4 p.m Display: November 16 – December 15, 2019 Courthouse Square, Redwood City, CA Event Details Sat, Nov. 16, 2019 at 4:00 PM Add to Calendar From Redwood City Improvement Association and Fung Collaboratives: "The Redwood City Improvement Association in partnership with Fung Collaboratives has announced the latest Downtown Art Kiosk Installation by artists, Jose Castillo, Peter Moen and…

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Posted on November 18, 2019

California Fires Inspire Peninsula Art Installation

"Bonds Unburnt" melds the Japanese "red string of fate" and the smell of charred wood. Opening reception is Saturday. REDWOOD CITY, CA — The revolving exhibits at Redwood City's Downtown Art Kiosk will open with a new display this week —"Bonds Unburnt" — inspired by connections people made during the California fires of 2018 and a Japanese philosophy dubbed the "red string of fate." The "red string of fate" legend focuses on how people connect, "destined to meet by the attachment of…

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Posted on November 18, 2019

Art Kiosk Installation Exhibit & Opening Reception | Redwood City

The Redwood City Improvement Association in partnership with Fung Collaboratives, has unveiled the latest Art Kiosk Installation exhibit by artists, Jose Castillo, Peter Moen and Tiffany Moen, titled “Bonds Unburnt.” Join  the opening reception on Saturday, November 16 at 4 pm at Downtown Redwood City’s Courthouse Square Kiosk to welcome the project to the district. “Bonds Unburnt” embodies the connections created with other people relating to those of the tragic Californian…

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Posted on October 17, 2019

‘Voice Crossing’ is part of the yearlong Art Kiosk exhibition

A new public art installation offering a glimpse of the Bay Area’s past via archival footage and audio recordings will be unveiled in Redwood City’s Courthouse Square Saturday, Oct. 12. The piece, titled “Voice Crossing” by Joseph Clayton Mills, 48, will be on view in one of the glass-walled kiosks in the square 24 hours a day through Nov. 10. It’s part of a series of site-specific installations in the same space called Art Kiosk that began in January and features a new…

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Posted on October 10, 2019

October Newsletter – 2019

Posted on August 16, 2019

This Fake Shadow Art Was Created Just To Mess With People’s Minds

We’re scared of shadows. They’re so dark, and who knows what goes on in them anyways? All sorts of nefarious stuff happens in the shadows. And don’t even get us started on our own shadow. It keeps on following us everywhere, and it never leaves. It’s always there, right in front of us, going every where we go. And if we think it’s gone, we turn around, and there it is lurking behind us like some kind of deranged stalker we can never get a restraining order on. And trust us, we…

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Posted on June 21, 2019

Pride events happening in Redwood City through Monday

Starting tonight through Monday, there will be plenty of opportunities to celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride Month in Redwood City. At Courthouse Square at 9 a.m. tonight, Saturday and Sunday, folks are encouraged to watch the Petals of Pride Projection on the exterior of the San Mateo County History Museum, 2200 Broadway. The Pride-themed 3-D projection is presented by the Redwood City Improvement Association and Fresh AV. On Saturday, June 22, the City of Redwood City will host a flag-raising…

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