An exhibition of SoMa's Filipinx and LGBTQIA+ communities' heritage and experience. Featuring visual arts, film, and theatre, Echo Location reflects on the power these communities hold, overlapping both culturally and geographically over time.
In collaboration with SOMA Pilipinas Cultural Heritage District we are working on Story As A Claim to Place: SOMA Pilipinas Is Here!, a project using archival research, film screenings, panel discussions, and placemaking to foster a public conversation around redevelopment.
In 2019 we facilitated storytelling workshops for Young Community Developers (YCD), a 45+year old 501c (3) community-based organization that provides a variety of training and support opportunities for residents of the Bayview Hunters Point neighborhood of San Francisco.
When the pandemic hit, we saw how cities across the country struggled to adapt, reevaluate their priorities, and provide resources for the most vulnerable. Our 7th annual film festival focused on how the coronavirus affected our communities.
The SF Urban Film Fest gathers a diverse, engaged audience and uses the power of storytelling to spark discussion and civic engagement around urban issues. We ask what it means to live together and create just and equitable cities.