Jeremy Fish “Coit Tower” Opening Art Reception | Haight St. Art Center
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Haight Street Art Center | 215 Haight St., SF, CA
Submitted by the Event Organizer
After her death in 1929, Lillie Hitchcock Coit left one-third of her estate to the city of San Francisco for “Civic Beautification” providing the budget used to build Coit Tower.
Please join Jeremy Fish Saturday, October 28th at the Haight Street Art Center 215 Haight Street, to celebrate the Coit Tower Residency project from this summer. It is a collection of drawings, photographs, and screen prints that celebrate The City of San Francisco, our beloved monument, and the magical six weeks I got to create art inside the caretaker’s kitchen.
Halloween costumes are encouraged, the first 50 people in costume to attend the reception get a free tee shirt from this project.
Jeremy Fish’s “Civic Beautification” exhibition will be free for public viewing at Haight Street Art Center from Oct 29 to Jan 1.
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