Sergio De La Torre

Born 1967 in National City, California. Currently lives in San Francisco, California.

Sergio De La Torre has worked with and documented the multiple ways in which citizens reinvent themselves in the city they inhabit as well as site-specific strategies they deploy to move in and out of modernity. These works have appeared in the 10th Istanbul Biennial; Bienal Barro de America; Cleveland Performance Art Festival; Atelier Frankfurt; Centro Cultural Tijuana; YBCA; TRIBECA Film Festival; and El Festival Internacional de Cine de Morelia. Sergio De La Torre is an Associate Professor at the University of San Francisco Art and Architecture Department.



Chris Treggiari

Born 1978 in Concord, Massachusetts
. Currently lives in Oakland, California.

Chris Treggiari's artistic practice strives to investigate how art can enter the public realm in a way that can connect wide ranges of people and neighborhoods in a variety of communities.  Chris has shown internationally including the Venice Biennale 2012 American Pavilion as well as nationally at SFMOMA, the Torrance Art Museum, the Getty Museum, Berkeley Art Museum, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, the San Jose Museum of Art, The Oakland Museum of California, and the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego.

Chris has received grants from the Puffin Foundation, the San Francisco Arts Commission, the Creative Work Fund, the Arts Commission of San Jose, The Seattle Center Foundation, and the Oakland Arts Commission, U.S Bank, and the Zellerbach Foundation to name a few.  Chris is currently a teaching artist in-residence at the Center for Art and Public Life at the California College of the Arts since 2013-current.