It is a rare treat for an artist walk you through their work in an exhibition. Hear Nicki Green speak to the concepts and process behind her sculptures presented in Ceramic Interventions and participate in close looking and conversation as you walk through her installation.
Space is first-come, first-served and limited due to COVID capacity restrictions. We suggest that you arrive early to ensure you have a spot. To learn more about Rosa’s COVID health and safety protocols please review the “before your visit” section of our website.
About the artist
Nicki Green is a transdisciplinary artist working primarily in clay. Originally from New England, she completed her BFA in sculpture from the San Francisco Art Institute in 2009 and her MFA in Art Practice from the University of California, Berkeley in 2018. Her sculptures, ritual objects and various flat works explore topics of history preservation, conceptual ornamentation and aesthetics of otherness. Green has exhibited her work internationally, notably at the New Museum, New York; The Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco; Rockelmann & Partner Gallery, Berlin, Germany. She has contributed texts to numerous publications including a recent piece in Duke University Press’ Transgender Studies Quarterly and a piece in Fermenting Feminism, Copenhagen. In 2019, Green was a finalist for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art’s SECA Award, a recipient of an Arts/Industry Residency from the John Michael Kohler Art Center, among other awards. Green lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area.