Time Running Out to Cover This Muni Shelter with Stories
You might already know that we scored a real Muni bus shelter for Julie Michelle’s I Live Here:SF exhibit at SOMArts this month, thanks to the generosity of the SFMTA. You can see photos of the bus shelter being delivered over at I Know Alyssa Jones.
On the bus shelter, we’ve provided some blank story cards so you can write your own Muni story and post it (yes, on real paper!). You can also caption some fun Muni cartoons by Michael Capozzola, who draws “Surveillance Caricatures” in the San Francisco Chronicle’s 96 Hours section.
We’ll be posting some of the stories and cartoon captions from the gallery here on Muni Diaries. I already saw some funny anecdotes and captions when I was at SOMArts this Saturday. So get over to the exhibit for Julie Michelle’s amazing photography, Chris Rusak‘s text-based art, and Rick Prelinger‘s Lost Landscapes film, and partake on a little Muni fun.
SOMArts (934 Brannan between 8th and 9th Streets) will be open this Tuesday and Wednesday from noon to 7 p.m., and then Tuesday, Nov. 30, for the closing night reception.
If you like Muni Bus Shelters indoors, I’m a part of another exhibit that will be opening at SF Camerawork next year I think. It’s part of a collaboration between First Exposures and 826 Valencia. You can find out more on the SF Camerawork website soon!
um. what the fuck, cant they leave the iliveheresf stuff up FOREVER? I dont see why not, im emailing SOMArts right now.