'Rhodascope' Celebrates the Scribbles of Childhood Creativity
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Combining approximately 200 pieces from the Rhoda Kellogg International Child Art Collection, “forgeries” of children’s paintings by contemporary artist Brian Belott and several original artworks by Kellogg (an early childhood scholar, educator, author and activist), RHODASCOPE is a celebration of early creativity. With their punny title, the show’s curators Jordan Stein and Lindsey White invite viewers “to imagine the artworks in this unique installation as individual frames from a great and impossible film.” All of us could use a bit more scribbles and smears this summer. —Sarah Hotchkiss

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June 6, 2019–March 15, 2020
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San Francisco City Hall
1 Dr Carlton B Goodlett Pl., San Francisco

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