Curator/Artist: Josue Rojas
September 10, 2016 – October 14, 2016

Local artist Josué Rojas invited the community to contribute to a project that offers a statement about the displacement of long-time residents in San Francisco and, in particular, the Mission District. Artwork poured in from all directions in response, and Rojas incorporated these disparate voices into the creation of “iGéntromancer!”, a multimedia exhibition consisting of paintings, drawings and murals.


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