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1998 - Current
Artist in Resident - Silicon Valley Children's Fund, Children's Shelter, Santa Clara County.

October 2003 - January -2004
42nd Artist in Resident Sanitary Fill Company (a subsidiary of Norcal Waste Systems). San Francisco

October 18, 2003 at 12:30 PM
Special Media / Press Tour - Both tours begin at 401 Tunnel Ave. in the Educational Learning Center where the public/media is invited to meet the artist. The tour will also include a visit to the art studio, a walk through Recycling Facility and Public Disposal Area and will end at the sculpture garden.

January 9, 2004, 5 - 9 PM (Friday)
Art Reception Sanitary Fill's Artist in Residence - Work created during her residency will be on display in the company's huge art studio next to 2,800 tons of trash.

January 17, 2004, Noon - 3:30 PM
De Young Museum, Lori Kay as Sculpture demonstration artist
Education Department at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

October 23 & 24, 2004, 11 - 6pm (Saturday & Sunday)
San Francisco Open Studio - Hunter's Point Shipyard. Building 101 - Studio 2317

Jenna Bayer, Landscape Design, Mountain View CA

Solo Exhibition - Argent Hotel, San Francisco, CA

Two-Person Exhibition, "Ancestral Echo"
Chinatown Community Gallery, San Francisco Arts Commission.

I Wok Gallery, St Helena CA.

Lori Kay is the 42nd artist in residence in the unique art and education program initiated by Norcal to inspire people to conserve natural resources. By providing Bay Area artists with the opportunity to work at the dump, Norcal has developed an innovative program for the benefit of both the environment and the arts. The program's outreach activities target the general public, school children, and the Bay Area arts community. In 2002, over 6,000 school children and 500 artists toured the artist's studio and the company's disposal and recycling systems, and an additional 2,000 public visitors attended art shows which are held every three months in the art studio next to 2,800 tons of trash.


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