The exhibition Kah-meel-E-yun, conceived and organized by Pro Arts’ Studio Lab curatorial resident and artist Yarrow Slaps explores concepts, such as wonder, mystery and visibility, featuring a selection of emerging artists and creatives from the Bay Area. 

There is always more than what meets the eye. Each exhibiting artist uses a range of mediums and styles to call attention to their various modes of visual production, including photography, graphic design, installation, and participatory work.  Exhibiting artists include Lana Licata, Muzae, Hoops of the World, Tipi Thieves, Marcela Pedra and Anthony Torrano.


Opening Reception: Friday, October 6, 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.



Yarrow Slaps is a San Francisco-based artist and musician, whose art is grounded on portraying icons of popular culture – rappers, basketball players and painters. Born and raised within a family of artists, Slaps studied City College of San Francisco, and began expressing himself first by music, and later through paintings and drawings.

Yarrow Slap’s Studio Lab Curatorial Residency is made possible, in part, through the support of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA).  Kah-meel-E-yun exhibition and related public programs are supported by a generous grant from The Zellberbach Family Foundation and The Fleishhacker Foundation.