Episode 5: Jacqueline Francis & Kathy Zarur

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Episode 5: Jacqueline Francis & Kathy Zarur

By Weston Teruya March 10, 2017

Weston Teruya welcomes artists, arts administrators, and cultural workers of color to get real about their lives, practices, and careers. Each episode is an in-depth look into how art gets made, but more importantly how these folks are seeing to the system of art’s (UN)making.


In this episode, we talk with curators Jacqueline Francis and Kathy Zarur about the nuances of place, the movement of people and ideas, and working in dialogue with artists in Where is Here, the exhibition they co-curated at the Museum of the African Diaspora (on view through April 2, 2017) and Mashrabiya: The Art of Looking Back, an exhibition at the San Francisco State University Fine Art Gallery, which Zarur co-curated with Santhi Kavuri-Bauer, Mark Johnson, and Sharon Bliss (on view through March 16, 2017).

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Jacqueline Francis is a San Francisco writer, teacher, and arts consultant. She is also a member of the 3.9 Art Collective and the Board President of the Queer Cultural Center, a resource and site for LGBT creative expression. Kathy Zarur is a curator and educator in San Francisco. She teaches at the California College of the Arts and San Francisco State University.

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