“2 Blocks of Art” SoMa Art Walk | 2014
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Central Market | Sixth St. & Market St., San Francisco, CA
The Fourth Annual 2 Blocks of Art is an art walk featuring 75 artists in 20 locations within two blocks with exhibits ranging from photography and fashion design to woodworking and site specific sculpture on 6th Street from Market to Howard happening from 4-8 pm on Friday, October 10, 2014.
Free, but an RSVP is required.
In addition to existing art venues, numerous exhibits can be found in restaurants, retail shops, hotel lobbies, vacant storefronts and Laundromats. Musicians, dancers and intriguing mobile artisans dot the walk in between top-notch gallery shows by 1:AM, Camerawork, Luggage Store and Valevy Projects.
2 Blocks of Art 2014 happenings include:
- Community arts programming highlights include: Hospitality House, Inks of Truth, Bessie Carmichael elementary school and Bindlestiff Studio.
- Independent artists include: Nicole Aptekar, Paul Hayes and Joel Daniel Phillips.
- Local woodworker Ray Buffalo will exhibit in the windows of Liberal Fish and Tackle.
- Recology’s Artist in Residence Program will take over a vacant space at the corner of 6th and Natoma and San Francisco’s beloved creative resource center SCRAP will feature a do-it-yourself art table.
2 Blocks of Art is free and open to the public. Restaurants, bars, nightclubs and theaters along the walk will offer discounted food, drinks and admission prices.
Links: Event detailsCost: FREE
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