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Join us for the opening of unSHELTERED, our latest show in the Tenderloin Museum Store. This exhibit critiques new prototypes for the homeless shelter in the Tenderloin neighborhood of San Francisco as a vital, connected part of the evolving San Francisco, and all its inhabitants. Students at the Academy of Art University school of Architecture, through site investigation and a scrutiny of typology, have formulated a critical design stance toward the architectural problem of how integrate the homeless shelter into the fabric of the new incarnation of SF, making it stigma free and relevant.  The exhibition showcases multiple scales, guerilla methods, and collective space,  revealing alternate models for a public infrastructure in San Francisco.

Don’t miss the opening reception Friday May 13th, 6:30-9:30pm, Academy of Art students and advising professors Doron Serban and Sameena Sitabkhan will be in attendance. The show will run from May 13th-June 1st.

Work will include models, drawings, process books, and video.

Event Details:
Tenderloin Museum Store
398 Eddy St (@ Leavenworth)
Monday May 13th, Free
RSVP, here.

Earlier Event: May 6
Ghost Signs of the Tenderloin
Later Event: May 19
Murals of the Tenderloin