Tachina Rudman-Young

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(415) 465-7465

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SF OPEN STUDIOS
WEEKEND 5: MISSION
NOV 10-11, SF CENTRAL
Art Explosion - Alabama Street Studios
744 Alabama Street Room #396/ 3rd floor
San Francisco, CA 94110
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CURRENT & UPCOMING SHOWS

Artspan’s Art in the Neighborhood Group Show
Exhibition Dates
August 21 – December 4, 2018

Mission Bowling Club
3176 17th Street
San Francisco, CA

October
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Vibrant Visions
A Group Exhibition Juried by Matt McKinley

Exhibition Dates
October 9 – November 10

San Francisco Women Artists Gallery
647 Irving Street
San Francisco, CA
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Vivre La Couleur
Solo Exhibition Dates
August 1 – November 4 EXTENDED! Check back for new closing date

Closing Reception
Saturday October 13
6pm – 9pm

Madusalon
300 Divisadero Street
San Francisco, CA

50% Profits Donated to Act Blue’s Fund
to Unite Immigrant Families
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Vivacious Prints on Metal
Solo Exhibition Dates
August 28 – October 21

Closing Reception
Friday October 19
6PM-8PM

Salon Nine
9 Maiden Lane
San Francisco, CA

Curator:
Robert Melton

50% Profits Donated to Act Blue’s Fund
to Unite Immigrant Families

November
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Artspan’s Open Studios
Saturday & Sunday
November 10 & 11
11am – 6pm
Studio 396, 3rd Floor

744 Alabama Street
San Francisco, CA
Studio 396, 3rd Floor
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BIO

Tachina Rudman is a San Francisco-based artist, and creativity facilitator. She uses a playful, intuitive approach to create large, vibrant, abstract paintings. In both her studio practice and her teaching, she integrates her background in movement and the arts, using a whole-body-breath approach to the creative process.

She is an exhibiting member of SFWA (San Francisco Women Artist Gallery), and ACGA (Association of Clay and Glass Artist of California), and received two BA’s from San Francisco State University: Fine Arts (Ceramics) and Dance (Performance, Education, Ethnology). Tachina is committed to the use of art and movement as a means to joy, self-empowerment, and healing through self-expression.