Mixed Use is a nomadic curatorial collective that brings together artists, chefs, and selected guests representing diverse professions and perspectives for hybrid food and art experiences. Our events aim to foster conversation and connections across industries in support of a sustainable creative dynamic for San Francisco’s future.

Amanda is an accomplished visual arts curator and creative strategist with 15 years of experience working with artists, designers, technologists, international cultural institutions, and leading contemporary art galleries, including the Brooklyn Museum, Lehmann Maupin, and Paul Kasmin gallery in New York City.  Amanda was previously the Curatorial Director at Depict, an end-to-end platform for discovering collecting and displaying digital art in San Francisco, and currently manages the art program at Dolby Laboratories.

Jessica is the Global Art Program Manager at Facebook and the Project Director of Sites Unseen, a public art nonprofit organization that produces projects in downtown San Francisco’s Yerba Buena alleys. Previously, she ran a contemporary art gallery on New York City's Lower East Side and was Communications Director at Creative Time, the renowned public art nonprofit organization based in NYC. Jessica graduated from Wesleyan University and is a proud member of Board of Directors at The Lab, a nonprofit arts incubator in San Francisco.

Francesca obtained her Master’s degree from the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College in 2010. Since then, she has worked on several independent projects, including a documentary on contemporary art in Cambodia and as the Communications Editor for Daily Serving and Art Practical. She is currently the Director of Communications at Minnesota Street Project, an arts complex in San Francisco's Dogpatch neighborhood that featuring galleries and artist studios.

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