Rodney Ewing, Passenger, (Claudette Colvin) w/text by Ashraf Fayadh, silkscreen and dry pigment on paper, 2016 Jamil Hellu, Self-Portrait. Holding a tintype of myself, digital pigment print, 2015. Tintype by Kari Orvik                                                      

Rodney Ewing, Passenger, (Claudette Colvin) w/text by Ashraf Fayadh, silkscreen and dry pigment on paper, 2016
Jamil Hellu, Self-Portrait. Holding a tintype of myself, digital pigment print, 2015. Tintype by Kari Orvik                                                      

Artists in Conversation

Rodney Ewing & Jamil Hellu
with Rhiannon MacFadyen, Director, A Simple Collective

Thursday, April 14, 6 pm

CONVERSATIONS @ Berkeley Art Center brings together artists and scholars in a dialogue about art,
process and the Bay Area’s contemporary creative climate.

Rhiannon Evans MacFadyen is a curator, consultant, and project-based artist. A San Francisco native with over 15 years of in-depth experience in the performing and visual arts, Rhiannon’s curatorial focus is on projects that push boundaries of scale, scope, medium, venue, and dialogue. Her cross-discipline personal work engages symbols, identity, communication, and the unseen. In 2013 she founded A Simple Collective: an organization dedicated to fostering creative independence for professionals, and professional independence for creatives, and ASC Projects: an experimental project space in the Mission.