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Artist Reception: 2014 LaborFest Environmental Art Show | SF

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Sunday, July 20, 2014 - All Day | Cost: FREE
Unitarian Universalist Chuch (SF) | 1187 Franklin Street, San Francisco, CA

2018 LaborFest | July 1-31

LaborFest is an annual festival celebrating the history and culture of working people through film, art, lectures, and exhibits all over the Bay Area from July 1-31, 2018.

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The festival commemorates the 84th anniversary of 1934’s “Bloody Thursday” when two workers were shot and killed in San Francisco for supporting the longshoremen and maritime workers strike. The incident brought about the San Francisco General Strike.

Sunday, July 20, 2014
Artist Reception | 2018 LaborFest | July 1-31

The SF First Unitarian Universalist Church presents art by artists who are union members. The show highlights the fact that some union members are also accomplished artists. Two-dimensional art in various media will be presented.

The artists reception will be from noon to 2 pm on July 20, 2014.

Several artworks chosen for Extraction will be shown at this venue. This is an opportunity to see the exceptional talents of labor artists and artists dedicated to environmental issues and labor. In both cases, the artist speaks eloquently to us through their aesthetic pursuit. Artists include Attila Cziglenyi, Marcia Poole, Diego Marcial Rios and others.

Union Artists and Labor Art – Joint Collaboration by FUU Church and LaborFest
July 2 – 31 – SF First Unitarian Universalist Church – 1187 Franklin Street

Call the front desk, (415) 776-4580, Monday through Friday, 10 am to 4 pm, for information on viewing times in the Martin Luther King, Jr. and Thomas Starr King Rooms.

Event Details

Cost: FREE
Categories: *Top Pick*, Art & Museums, Fairs & Festivals, Lectures & Workshops, San Francisco Bay Area
Address: 1187 Franklin Street, San Francisco, CA

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