Threaded Identities- Three Artist In Resident

Braids of Portraits, Abstraction, and History
“Threaded Identities” showcases the recent work of three artists in residence—Adonia Middleton, William Rhodes, and Charles Unger—created during their 18-month tenure at the shipyard. Their pieces, a blend of portraiture, abstraction, and historical narratives, are complemented by the works of three inspiring Shipyard Artists who have significantly influenced the residents. This exhibit celebrates the rich, interconnected tapestry of artistic expression and shared history at the shipyard.
Featured artists who inspired the residents are:
Hasseem Abdallah
Rhonel Roberts
Carol Jessen
The gallery is open:
Thursday, May 30, 6-8PM – Reception for the Artists (RSVP requested)
Gallery open for visitors Saturdays in June 1-5PM
Saturday, June 29, 2-4PM – Panel discussion with the Artists
Artist-in-Residence Program:
Shipyard Trust for the Arts created this program in 1996 in order to attract more neighborhood artists, who have historically lacked access to such opportunities. Many resident artists rent their own studios at the end of the residency, and are given priority on a long waiting list for these coveted affordable work spaces. This program has contributed significantly to neighborhood representation among the Hunters Point Shipyard Artists, and created a more welcoming environment for community members eager to engage with the arts. To be notified of the next opportunity to be considered, email
The Artist-in Residence program is supported in part by The Point, the Fleishhacker Foundation and the San Francisco Arts Commission.


May 30 2024


6:00 pm - 8:00 pm


101 Horne Ave
San Francisco Ca
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