2018 SPECIAL EXHIBITS & EVENTS


SPECIAL EXHIBITION
Presented by: YAAMA GANU GALLERY

"Power and Colour - An Introduction to Aboriginal Art: Celebrating the Artists,
Their Communities and Culture"

February 8-11, 2018
"Power and Colour" an exhibit of new works from Australian Aboriginal artists, shown for the first time, will open at the 34th annual San Francisco Tribal & Textile Art Show at Fort Mason.

Curated by Yaama Ganu, a nonprofit Aboriginal gallery in Moree, New South Wales, the heart of the Kamilaroi Nation, the exhibit brings to San Francisco for the first time uniquely colorful and deeply symbolic art works selected from Aboriginal-managed Art Centre’s across the Australian Continent. Aboriginal paintings from many different tribal families will be presented.
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ARTFUL WEAVINGS: Presented by Peter Pap

This special exhibit is presented by Peter Pap, one of the country's foremost experts and dealers in antique rugs and tribal weavings. Showgoers will be treated to his offering of distinctive and rare Antique Nomadic and Village Rugs carefully chosen from noted private collections and all fresh to the market.
Location: Fort Mason Center, Festival Pavilion: 2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco
Dates: February 9-12 | Exhibit open during show hours
Cost: Entrance is included with show admission.
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2017 SPECIAL EVENTS

In 2017 we had three museum quality special exhibits and several lectures & panel discussions. Please see below for more information.

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