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Tilden Tuesday Art Exhibit
5:00 PM - 11:59 PM Tilden Hotel
Date: December 04, 2018 to December 04, 2018
Where: Tilden Hotel, 345 Taylor Street, San Francisco, California, United States
Phone: N/A
Event Type: Arts & Theater
Ticket Price: N/A
Featured Artist: Mike Gosbee Tuesday, December 45pm to 8pmLive EntertainmentComplimentary Small Bites & Beverages served during the event Art Exhibition by Mike Gosbee “While I am making art, I am connected and engaged. I am both within and outside of myself. Art for me is a flow of focused attention and connection with creativity, it feels like the only place to be in the moment.” Mike Gosbee describes being inspired by the Dada art movement and has a passion for finding the beauty in randomness, chance configurations, and within the darkness that can often go unnoticed. He describes himself as a very process oriented artist often creating complex work that is done in many layers. Mike is a very tactile artist, he enjoys working with his hands whether he is creating ceramics, collage, ripping or cutting paper, and then rearranging it in a way that makes sense to him.  About Tilden Tuesday Art Tilden Hotel was named after Douglas Tilden, the sculptor who created the Ball Player in Golden Gate Park, Admission Day, Mechanic’s Monument, and many more. In that spirit, we created a Tilden Tuesday event series. San Francisco, is a mecca for artists and creative expression. Tilden Hotel is committed to not only engaging with the community, but also in helping shine a light on the diverse artists that live here. We want to provide a space for thought and respectful discussion where diversity is embraced without judgment. Tilden hotel could not do this without the support of the local community and our Tilden Art Committee. One of our partners is Hospitality House. Since 1969, Hospitality House's Community Arts Program has provided a free-of-charge fine arts studio for local artists whose socioeconomic struggles would otherwise prevent them from accessing the power of art and the benefits of being part of a supportive community. Each year, more than 3,500 artists access the program