100 Days Action is a Bay Area artist collective that produces creative resistance projects to build community at the intersection of art, activism, and social engagement. Formed immediately after the 2016 presidential election in response to Trump’s 100-Day Plan, the collective collaborates with local and national artists on exhibitions, performances, protests, and group actions that stand against bigotry, xenophobia, racism, sexism, and the destruction of the environment. 100 Days Action presents interactive projects, installations and events that prompt civic engagement and ask visitors to directly embody and envision the future they want to see.
Jeremiah Barber is an artist, educator and organizer whose work is socially driven and wilderness inclined. He uses performance and sculpture to explore perception and systems of belief.
Laura C. is an American (but not born in the US), queer designer
who feels passionate about social justice, honest and vulnerable relationships, collaboration, and the power of art as a life-saving & world-changing act and expression.
Alicia Escott is a socially engaged artist working across mediums interested in how we each negotiate day-to-day realities and responsibilities amid the overarching specter of climate-change, mass-extinction and subsequent social unrest.
Ben Leon works in video production, interactive and artistic interventions, and dabbles in ceramics.
Katina is an interdisciplinary artist and educator who engages community experience, creating opportunities that center diverse perspectives, empathic listening, and humble dialogue.
Surabhi Saraf is a media artist and founder of Centre for Emotional Materiality. Her practice explores our complex relationship with technology through multimedia works.
Julie originally trained in drawing and painting, but works in a variety of media and methods to encourage public participation and empowerment in systems, technology, and institutions.
Maysoun Wazwaz is the Manager of Education and Public Programs at the San Francisco Arts Commission. She has been involved in the Bay Area arts community for over 10 years as an arts administrator, advocate, curator, dancer, and writer. Prior to her position at the SFAC, Maysoun worked at SFMOMA, the Mills College Art Museum and Southern Exposure. She is also co-host of Congratulations Pine Tree: the Bay’s #1 Arts and Culture Podcast.