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Claude Forster
Claude Forster
Rabbit Garcia

Gallery and Exhibitions

City Arts Gallery presents:

Rabbit Garcia & Claude Förster

September 16 to October 7, 2015

Location: City College Art Gallery, City College of San Francisco, Visual Arts Bldg, 119, 50 Phelan Ave, San Francisco

Gallery Hours: Mon/Weds 12 to 4; Tu/Th 9 to 11 and 2 to 3

Phone: 415.239.3157        Free and wheelchair accessible

Press: More info, jpegs, or access to the artists, please contact Gallery Director, Nancy Mizuno Elliott at

Rabbit Garcia was born in Mexico, but calls San Francisco home. He is a student at City College of San Francisco where he is majoring in fine arts. His work is inspired by graffiti, illustration, folk art, bunnies, and the occasional acid trip. His works celebrates his community of friends and freaks, and also explores disturbing childhood memories. He hopes to transfer and continue his studies in a BFA program.

Claude Förster relocated from Hamburg, Germany to San Francisco in 2012 where she studies fine arts at City College of San Francisco. Claude has been involved in feminist, activist, and queer communities since the mid-‘90s. For more than ten years she has been a member of the Bildwechsel Archives in Hamburg, where she has programmed screenings for film festivals such as MIX NYC and the Hamburg International Queer Film Festival and co-founded the Sex Arbeit Film Festival Hamburg. She has also organized numerous concerts at alternative, community-based venues. Claude is an aspiring tattoo artist.

The City Arts Gallery is located in the Visual Art Building, Room 119, on the Ocean Campus of City College of San Francisco. The gallery is wheelchair accessible and free to the public. For more information and gallery hours, please call (415) 239-3157.

The City College Art Gallery’s Mission:

  • Establish City College Art Gallery as an important arts destination for citizens of San Francisco and the Greater Bay Area, thereby stimulating active public awareness, support, and participation in the arts.
  • Provide a free, publicly accessible venue for art made by regional and national artists as well as the distinguished faculty, staff, students and alumni of City College.
  • Provide meaningful cultural and learning experiences for City College students by hosting contemporary art exhibitions in a critical context, which ultimately improves visual literacy and analytical thinking.
  • Introduce City College art students to art professionalism through juried exhibitions and visiting artist-led workshops.
  • Offer City College art students hands-on training in all aspects of gallery management, providing them practical job skills in order to gain employment in the art field.




Throughout the year, exceptional artwork created by students and faculty of the art department are showcased at City College of San Francisco's Administrative Offices.

These exhibitions give students and faculty the opportunity to have their work viewed by City College staff, administrators, and board members. Students also have the opportunity to display their work at Conlan Hall and at Fort Mason.

Now at 33 Gough September-October, 2015

Anna Asebedo's Printmaking Class

Alex Yoshikawa, Sculpture Student