Tamara Loewenstein joins the Urban Share Community Gardening Project as curator and community arts organizer.
Tamara Loewenstein is a curator, trained in the Curatorial Practice MA program at the California College of the Arts. A San Francisco native, her practice focuses on contemporary art, curating exhibitions in small, local, alternative arts venues throughout the city. Recent exhibitions include: Queerity (June, 2008) exhibited at Million Fishes Gallery, co-curated with Zee Boudreaux, which examined the ways queerly identified artists view, engage, [de]construct, and conceptualize the queer body. Cynosure (November, 2008) at the The Spare Room Project included multi-media work by artists whose practice explores both the boundaries and limitlessness of our perception and how this affects our communication with and observation of ourselves, one another and beyond, with the cosmos we inhabit. Her interests include archives/archiving + ephemera, public/guerrilla/performance art, zines and queer histories.
Learn more about Tamara at: www.tamaraloewenstein.com