Come by and celebrate the opening for “HI•Fi” an art exhibition of recent works by San Francisco Artist, Josué Rojas.
Join us for food and refreshments –– take in the breathtaking views at the one and only San Francisco City Hall.
• The Office of Supervisor David Campos
• Tartine Bakery and Cafe
• Ted’s Market & Deli
• Humphry Slocombe
Josué Rojas (b. 1979) is a Salvadoran-American artist living and working in San Francisco, CA. Rojas was born San Salvador, El Salvador and raised in San Francisco’s MIssion District, where he grew to partake in the local heritage of mural painting.
Rojas is a visual artist, working with a range of material formats within the discipline of painting. His working approach is nimble, accommodating watercolor sized paper and book-sized paintings, canvas and large-scale murals.
His visual concerns are centered upon examining social blind spots employing the poetic, tragic and often the humorous. Rojas has led dozens of public art projects in the United States, Mexico, Honduras, Guatemala and Palestine.
Rojas has received the The Albert S. and Esther B. Kahn Award, the AAC New Visions of California Award, and the Boston University Book Arts Award. He received a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts Degree in Painting from the California College of Arts and Masters of Fine Arts in Painting from Boston University. Rojas is a lecturer at The College of Ethnic Studies at San Francisco State University.