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Freeform Cluster Necklace | Budska | ND Arts Center
Budska's latest creation is her "Freeform Cluster Necklace" This original design is composed from wood, semi precious stone, and handmade polymer clay beads. With this piece Budska has created sculptural art that adorns the neck. 
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Budska | Flowski Majorski | ND Arts Center
Multi disciplinary artist Budska shares her latest song Flowski Majorski. This song is a prime example of her freestyle approach to music. 100% recorded in house at ND Arts center.
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Kupczynski's Exhibition | Poland
Here are some photos of Kupczynski's exhibition in Poland. This international artist is a friend of the ND Arts Center, and has even been known to drop in on our workshops from time to time, offering a few words of advice to our attendees. Stay tuned, we are planning a Kupczynski exhibition here at the ND Arts Center early next year.
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Wow!  This is beyond my imagination!
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Photo Exhibition | Camera Phones | ND Arts Center
ND Arts Center is exhibiting some of it's members photos all taken with camera phones. The quality of todays camera phone is truly amazing, blurring the lines between professional and hobby like never before. The theme of this show is "experimentation", with processing costs of film eliminated, there is no excuse not to experiment. With this exhibition we hope to remind people, if you have a phone, you also have a camera with the capability of capturing some fantastic images.  
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New workshops for 2103 | ND Arts Center | San Francisco CA
Happy 2013 everybody! The ND Arts Center is planning a lot of exciting workshops for the new year. Come join us for a fun filled afternoon, you'll learn new skills, and meet new friends. As always open to the public, and free of charge.
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ND art gallery | San Francisco CA
ND Arts Center continuously exhibits members artwork in it's gallery. This ongoing exhibition rotates on a regular basis, ensuring something new to see every time. Our gallery is family friendly, pet friendly, open to the public, and free of charge... what more could you ask for?
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Animals Are Inspiration | ND Arts Center
Some of our members shared these photos of their artistic inspirations. The ND Arts Center knows how important animals are to the creative process, that's why pets are always welcome to our workshops and exhibitions. I remember once I had a freshly painted canvas laying on the floor when my dog came running in the room and skidded across the painting. After cleaning the paint off my dogs paws, I noticed how cool the skid marks looked and decided to leave my dogs collaboration. As it turns out, that was probably the most interesting part of the painting. Do you have a pet that has ever helped you in your creative process? 
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Fun First And Foremost | ND Arts Center | San Francisco CA
ND Arts Center strictly enforces it's policy of fun first. We are an arts organization which encourages experimentation, asking questions, and making a mess. Our workshops and events are structured for individuals to meet like minded friends. If you have ever been called "weird", or "strange" then you'll fit right in with our organization. Come check out a workshop sometime, or just stop by to say hi. 
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Mr. Wu's Wonderland | 18 x 24 acrylic on paper | Budska
Budska is a multidisciplinary artist/musician, who volunteers much of her time to teach several of our workshops. This thought provoking acrylic painting is a piece from her current series which will be on display early next year at the ND Arts Center. This exhibition will be free of charge, and open to the public.
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Why Should I Circle The ND Project?
  Once a week we exhibit new artwork from San Francisco, Bay Area artists. We work with film makers, visual artists, musicians, performing artists, and photographers. Receive invites to hangouts for live performances of BOBHA THEORY, an ongoing multidisciplinary performance piece.  Attend virtual art receptions where you can interact directly with the artists. 

What is The ND Project?
  The ND Project hopes to expand collective consciousness through an online exhibition of artwork.  We strive to exhibit art to the largest most diverse audience possible (free of charge).  We hope to accomplish this goal through a collaborative online exhibition.  

Why does The ND Project use YouTube?  
  1.  Some people not familiar with the arts may be uncomfortable in an designated art venue.  YouTube provides a relaxed, inviting environment which will hopefully attract a larger audience.
  2. YouTube was engineered to flow seamlessly across all digital devices.  Smartphones and mobile devices are used most often to access our channel.  
  3. YouTube is free of charge, allowing for a large diverse pool of participants.  
  4. The ability to continuously exhibit artwork make YouTube a great platform for connecting artists, organizations, and art goers.  

What role does G+ play? 
  Google plus allows continuous communication, which facilitates expanding collective consciousness.  This in turn will hopefully inspire collaboration among artists, organizations, and art goers.

Sounds interesting, where can I learn more?
  You can start by viewing The ND Project channel  http://www.youtube.com/user/theNDproject  To get answers to specific questions, or to learn how to take the next step, simply reply via email.

I want to participate, how do I get listed on The ND Project?
  Reply via email with a link to you or your organizations work.  

Are their other ways to help , or get involved?
  Organizations and individuals can forward this page.  Our goal is to connect the San Francisco art community.