Christian L. Frock is an independent curator and writer in the Bay Area. Her work focuses on the role of artists in social justice and public life. Invisible Venue, her independent curatorial enterprise, has collaborated with more than fifty artists to present art in public settings since its inception in 2005. Her writing has been featured by KQED Arts, the Guardian US, San Francisco Arts Monthly and San Francisco Chronicle, among other publications. She has been visiting faculty at California Institute of Integral Studies, California College of the Arts, and San Francisco Art Institute. She is presently organizing an exhibition titled “Public Works: Artists’ Interventions 1970s – Now” that will take place this fall at Mills Art Museum. It will be accompanied by a publication and a series of public programs. “Unexpected Art,” came out in March.
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