Group show considers possibilities of disaster

There are only a few more days to catch “The Sky is Falling,” a multimedia group exhibition about disasters of all kinds at SPUR Projects in Portola Valley.

Sculpture, photography, painting and installation by Robert Buelteman, David Ivan Clark, Decatur Blue, Jessalyn Haggenjos, Melissa Hutton, Jeremiah Jenkins, Whitney Lynn, Michelle Mansour, Nadim Sabella, Daniel McGlynn, Sonja Thomsen and Sarah Filley make up the show, which addresses the question, “How do we coexist with the ever-present possibility of disaster?” The exhibit is up through Saturday; the gallery is at 888 Portola Road. Hours are 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. today through Saturday. For more information, call (650) 529-2040 or visit www.spurprojects.com.

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