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Legend
Rhinoceros Project Sewing Circles, Exhibitions, Publications, and other Happenings are in gray. 
Historical Events significant to Acts 1 & 2: The Rhinoceros & The Map are in blue.
Environmental & Species Events significant to The Rhinoceros Project are in green.
Happenings

July 30, 2022
Warner Mountain Weavers, Cedarville, CA


Prologue  (past happenings + history)
2022       

The Tenochtitlan Map, Sewing Circle, San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles, San Jose, CA

The Tenochtitlan Map, Sewing Circle, Magnolia Editions, Oakland, CA

The Tenochtitlan Map, Sewing Circle, San Francisco Center for the Book, San Francisco, CA

45th Anniversary Exhibition: New Directions, Exhibition, San José Museum of Quilts and Textiles, San José, CA

2021      

The Tenochtitlan Map, Sewing Circles and Artist Residency in the Communes di Barisciano, Fontecchio, Acciano, Panfilo di Ocre, and Petogna, in Abruzzo, Italy

Finding Common Ground: Sowing the Seeds of Community and Collaboration, Exhibition, San Francisco Center for the Book, San Francisco, CA

2020      
Charting Course, Window Installation and Artist Residency, Larry Spring Museum for Common Sense Physics, Fort Bragg, CA

2019       

The Big Pour and Party, Papermaking Happening, Shotwell Paper Mill and San Francisco Center for the Book, San Francisco, CA

The Tenochtitlan Map, Sewing Circle, Mendocino Art Center, Mendocino, CA

How is Your Rhinoceros Inspiring You? Exhibition, Mendocino Art Center, Mendocino, CA

Eco Echo: Unnatural Selection, Exhibition, Gallery Route One, Point Reyes Station, CA

2018

The Tenochtitlan Map, Sewing Circle, Museo de Textil, Oaxaca de Juarez, México

The Rhinoceros Project, Sewing Circles, Pacific Textile Arts, Fort Bragg, CA

The Rhinoceros Project, Sewing Circle, The Museum of Jurassic Technology, Los Angeles, CA

Eco Echo: Art and Environment Laboratory, Exhibition, Cubberley Arts Studios, Palo Alto, CA

Eco Echo: Unnatural Selection, Exhibition, WORKS, San Jose, San José, CA

Hong Kong Print and Zine Fest, Exhibition, Jockey Club Creative Centre, Kowloon, Hong Kong

The Rhinoceros Project in Two Parts, Sewing Circles, Exhibition, and Artist Residency, Maker Space Gallery, San José Museum of Quilts and Textiles, San José, CA

Sudan, the last male Northern White Rhinoceros, dies in Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Kenya, leaving only two remaining infertile females left of the species.

2017

The Rhinoceros Project, Sewing Circle, Real Time and Space, Oakland, CA

The Rhinoceros Project, Sewing Circle and Papermaking Happening, Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA

The Rhinoceros Project, Sewing Circle, Kitsune Community Studio, Half Moon Bay, CA

The Rhinoceros Project, Sewing Circle and Papermaking Happening, Janet Turner Print Museum, Chico, CA

The Rhinoceros Project, Sewing Circle, Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco, CA

The Rhinoceros Project, Sewing Circle, Ruth’s Table, San Francisco, CA

The Rhinoceros Project, Sewing Circle, Djerrasi, Woodside, CA

The Rhinoceros Project, Sewing Circle, Shotwell Paper Mill, San Francisco, CA

The Rhinoceros Project, Sewing Circle, Salina Art Center, Salina, KS
The Rhinoceros Project, Sewing Circle, Pacific Textile Arts, Fort Bragg, CA

The Rhinoceros Project, Sewing Circle, Sierra Nevada College, Incline Valley, NV

The Rhinoceros Project, Sewing Circle, Kala Art Institute, Berkeley, CA

2016

The Rhinoceros Project, Sewing Circles and Exhibition, Ramon’s Tailor, San Francisco, CA

The Rhinoceros Project, Sewing Circle, San Francisco Center for the Book, San Francisco, CA

Death of Suni, the second-to-last male Northern White Rhinoceros, leaving only six remaining members of the species.


2011
Extinction of the Western Black Rhinoceros

Franciscans throughout Mexico and California

1524
Publication of Cortes’s letters to the Holy Roman Emperor, Charles V, with the Tenochtitlan Map.

Florentine Codex

1521

Fall of Tenochtitlan to Spanish Conquistadors

1515

Albrecht Durer makes the “Rhinoceros” woodcut

Ganda travels to Europe

1497

Vasco da Gama travels by sea to India