Have you enjoyed the interactive sculpture BrollyFlock!, the wild renegade flock of umbrellas? Come meet the Makers: Flux Foundation. They will discuss concepts central to their collaborative approach to public art.
Jessica Hobbs is an MFA graduate from the San Francisco Art Institute. She has been creating large scale art around the world for well over a decade. She believes collaboration is key in community and art.
Peter Kimelman (PK) is an artist, architect and designer whose work spans the arbitrary boundaries of building, interior, graphic, and event design. A New York City native, PK moved to San Francisco to practice after spending several years in architectural publishing.
To say Catie is a woman of many talents barely scratches the surface. Originally from Tucson, AZ, her Bay Area life is dedicated to building community and finding innovative ways to infuse creativity into her work as a public health professional. Catie brings her passion for coalescing people to collaborate, create and learn along with her expertise in project management, research and education to the Flux Foundation. Catie received her Master of Public Health from San Francisco State and her BA in Psychology from Boston College. When sheâ€™s not building art and fire or being a public health nerd, Catie plays the ukulele wherever and whenever she can.