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Bicycle Art Salon: Freaky Bike Show & Tell | Oakland
Every 3rd Friday
Submitted by the Event Organizer
Please note, Bicycle Art Salon is no longer taking place.
The Bicycle Art Salon is a discussion group on the subject(s) of art, film, music, bicycles and more, at the home and studio of Slimm Buick every third Friday, except for July and November.
Free, but an RSVP is required by contacting the organizers via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at 510-230-8270.
Attendees typically include the great minds of San Francisco, Oakland and the world, and have included Award-winning director Harrod Blank, BART Director Robert Raburn, and Nan Eastep of Bspoke Tailor.
The salon is free, with occasional donations for worthy cycling causes, and also includes Slimm’s famous, fresh hot salsa (straight outta the Mission). You are encouraged to bring something yummy to share as well. There is usually plenty of (free) street parking, and for those who ride bicycles they will have a secure spot inside.
If you could build any freak, fantasy or art bike, what would it be? Come tell them and show them over some gumbo and beer, then you’ll all go for a ride and do dumb a*s stuff by The Lake.
*Free, but an RSVP is required by contacting the organizers via email to email@example.com or phone at 510-230-8270.
Categories: Art & Museums
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, Lectures & Workshops
Address: 1600 E. 31st St, Oakland, CA