The LSD Museum: Can You Pass The Acid Test? | SF
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SFAQ [Project] Space | 449 O'Farrell St, San Francisco, CA, 94102
Submitted by the Event Organizer
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
SFAQ [Project] Space: Free & Thoughtful Arts Programming | Tenderloin
The SFAQ live interview series focuses on artists characterized by originality and achievement.
In San Francisco’s storied Mission district, the world’s first and only LSD Museum was pioneered by artist-sculptor-teacher Mark McCloud. The LSD Museum features over 33,000 examples of blotter art, plus thousands of graphics, ephemera, vinyl LPs and objects featuring LSD, including a display of LSD license plates. RE/Search publisher V. Vale met Mr. McCloud in the 1970s first wave Punk Movement, put him in RE/Search #1 (a 1980 tabloid), his best-selling PRANKS book, and recently published a small zine on him. Mark McCloud was featured in the first 2015 issue (recently published) of SFAQmagazine.
Doors: 6 pm
Talk: 7–8 pm
Categories: *Top Pick*, Art & Museums, Lectures & Workshops, San Francisco