LinkedIn’s Creativity Explored Artmaking & Gallery Pop-up | SF
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InCommon Community Space | 222 2nd St, San Francisco, CA 94105
Free / RSVP
Submitted by the Event Organizer
To help provide support for Bay Area nonprofits, Linkedin has launched InCommon, a space in their San Francisco office dedicated for local nonprofits to use for events, meetings, and programs at no cost! Linkedin is featuring artwork from local nonprofit, Creativity Explored, with all of the proceeds going to their artists. This space serves as a vital connection point for Bay Area nonprofits to achieve their missions and better connect with Linkedin and their Social Impact programs.
We are thrilled to be partnering with Linkedin as a resident in their new InCommon Community Engagement Space. During our residency, we will be hosting a series of exhibitions of CE artwork for Linkedin staff, visitors, and the nonprofits that will utilize the space for meetings and special events.
We are excited to host a series of free artmaking pop-ups for the general public, giving you the chance to step into a satellite CE studio and create art with CE artists and teachers!
Join us for our September artmaking pop-up on Wednesday, September 18 starting at 12:00 pm. Drop in to participate in an artmaking activity lead by CE artists Joseph “JD” Green and Gerald Wiggins with Visual Arts Instructor Enrique Quintero. The artmaking station will run until about 1:45 pm with a gallery pop-up shop featuring original art and products continuing until 5:00 pm. All ages and experience levels welcome!
While you’re there enjoy an exhibition featuring the Steele Collection, CE’s permanent collection of exceptional work, currently on view in the space. The space is currently open to the public during events only, so don’t miss your chance to check out this incredible collaboration!
Disclaimer: Please double check event information with the event organizer as events can be canceled, details can change after they are added to our calendar, and errors do occur.