• -MILLS COLLEGE ART MUSEUM has acquired Uh Huh Her for their permanent collection.

    "Lawrence's work, Uh Huh Her, from her recent solo show at Traywick Contemporary is an homage to musician PJ Harvey and the power of the female voice." -Dr. Stephanie Hanor

    SFAI 150 | A Spirit of Disruption showcases a selection of works and archival materials that celebrate the ethos and expansive ecosystem of the San Francisco Art Institute. As the title suggests, the exhibition disrupts the bias present in the history of many arts institutions across the Bay Area, and the proclivity to preserve and celebrate an art world that has been predominantly white and male. With careful examination of this history and a breadth of perspectives, the exhibition illuminates the distinct and diverse voices of SFAI which includes alumni, faculty, staff, and the community who have made an enormous contribution to its legendary history.

    A Spirit of Disruption embraces time; past, present, and future.

    Walter and McBean Galleries, San Francisco Art Institute
    Curated by Margaret Tedesco and Leila Weefur.
    March 19th - July 3rd, 2021.
    800 Chestnut Street San Francisco, CA 94133

    Minnesota Street Project is honored to present 'reflection/materiality,' a group exhibition on view April 3 - April 24, 2021. Located in the atrium of our 1275 building, the exhibition looks at the dynamic practices carried on by artists involved with the Project. No appointments are required to view the show.

    'reflection/materiality' features Amelia Waliany, Ava & Justin Mata, Benjamin Vilmain, Brooke Valentine, Charlene Tan, Danielle Lawrence, Elizabeth Russell, Emily Livingston Stout, England Hidalgo, Jeremiah Barber, Jon Shannon Rogers, Jordan Reznick, Julie Geare, Kat Trataris, Katherine Vetne, Klea McKenna, Landon Jones, Lisa Jonas Taylor, Lisa K. Blatt, Marcela Pardo Ariza, Margaret Timbrell, Mário Pires Cordeiro, Nate Petterson, O.M.France Viana, Peter Warren, Purin Phanichphant, Ruxue Zhang, Scott Schryver, Tyler Scheidt, & Zack Wilkins-Malloy.

    -ARTIST + TRAVEL PODCAST Interview on Spotify

    In this interview, Sarah Thibault speaks with San Francisco-based artist, educator, and writer Danielle Lawrence.

    Original airdate May 5, 2020, presented in conjunction with Minnesota Street Project.

    ARTIST + TRAVEL VIDEO on Instagram: a COVIDeo Interview with Danielle Lawrence

    For this series of video interviews, Sarah Thibault speaks with artists, writers and curators all over the world to hear about their experiences during the COVID pandemic. The aim of the conversations is two-fold: to share the unique perspectives that arise from different global responses to the spread of the virus; and to unearth the commonalities in these experiences, to find out what is shared despite the fact that we are relegated primarily to our homes in vastly different locations. Artists + Travel is a travel blog for artists that Thibault created in 2018 to document her two+ years living as a nomad and attending artist residencies abroad.


    "Walk" around the gallery and view the artworks, like it's 2018:
    Virtual Gallery.

    Showcasing the innovative artwork of the 2019 artists in residence:

    Natessa Amin, Kerri Ammirata, Max Bard, Melissa Dorn, John Ford, Austin Furtak-Cole, Sue Johnson, Keri Kimura, Sophie Knight, Hiromitsu Kuroo, Danielle Lawrence, Barbara Marks, Siobhan McBride, Danielle Mužina, Eryn O'Neill, Michael Royce, Hannah Secord Wade and Kate Stewart

    Special thank you to Golden Artist Colors for their support of this show!!

    *Due to COVID - in-person viewing / exhibition dates are TBD.

    The Sam and Adele Golden Gallery (The SAGG)
    188 Bell Road
    New Berlin, NY 13411

    View MEDITATION ARTIFACTS, a fundraiser for BIPOC & LBGTQIA communities

    Art is a powerful tool of creation and when used intentionally can initiate great transformation. In this watercolor series, Meditation Artifacts, Lawrence uses mantras and prayers as the driving force behind gestural marks, transforming thoughts into physical reality.

    50% of the sale proceeds from this series will be donated to the following projects and organizations that support BIPOC & LBGTQIA lives: Birthing of a Nation (a documentary by Kelly Marshall), Moms for Housing, Black Mamas Matter, Black Trans Protestor Emergency Fund, Save Lyon Martin, Navajo & Hopi Families COVID-19 Relief Fund, LGBTQIA Freedom Fund