Lands End
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Przyblyski’s interactive piece, in collaboration with fellow artist Mitche Manitou, investigates Lands End through a guided audio tour, installation, and companion booklet. The sixteen tracks take the listener through sites in San Francisco’s most western shore.
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Jeannene Przybliski produced a self-guided audio tour with accompanying booklet for the Presidio. The piece was created specifically for Lover’s Lane, the oldest known foot trail within the park.
Illustration of Alcatraz as seen through a keyhole, behind a chain link fence as a pelican flies by
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P.A.T.H., a Marin based non-profit arts organization founded and directed by Bay Area artist Leslie Lakes, has gathered a collection of original works of art by incarcerated artists from across the U.S.
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Charles Unser has been a participant of Art Explorers for twelve years, often exploring historical themes with a particular interest in American gangs of the 20thCentury. He created ten portraits of famous Alcatraz prisoners with colored pencils on wooden panels, offering a unique artistic and visual window into the lives...
Prisoners of Age exhibit
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Featured in cities and prison museums across North America, Europe, and Australia, Prisoners of Age found a temporary home at Alcatraz in the New Industries Building from June 2015 - June 2016. A product of over 18 years of work, Prisoners of Age seeks to connect faces and stories of...
Home Land Security Exhibit
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Presented by the FOR-SITE Foundation in partnership with the National Park Service, the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, and the Presidio Trust, Home Land Security featured 18 contemporary artists and collectives from 12 countries around the world, providing a global perspective on the themes of home, safety, and defense.
Shortening Art Exhibit on Alcatraz
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Alcatraz, best known for the historic federal penitentiary and occupation by the Indians of All Tribes, also has a long tradition of welcoming artists to provoke thought about freedom and incarceration.
Ai Weiwei, Trace 2014 (New Industries Building, Alcatraz)
May 13, 2014
Opening September 27, 2014, @Large: Ai Weiwei on Alcatraz will feature a series of seven site-specific installations by artist Ai Weiwei in four locations on Alcatraz Island, offering a new cultural lens through which to experience the notorious military and federal penitentiary turned national park.
Ai Weiwei, Trace 2014 (New Industries Building, Alcatraz)
September 24, 2014
Featuring seven new sculpture, sound, and mixed media works by Chinese artist Ai Weiwei, @Large: Ai Weiwei on Alcatraz explores human rights and freedom of expression in the context of this iconic historic site.
Homeland Security Exhibit

Home Land Security exhibit

June 23, 2016
Home Land Security brings together work by 16 contemporary artists and collectives from around the globe to reflect on the human dimensions and increasing complexity of national security, including the physical and psychological borders we create, protect, and cross in its name.