Party Like It’s 1948: Celebrating Marion Osborn Cunningham | SF
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McRoskey Mattress Company | 1687 Market Street, San Francisco, CA
Submitted by the Event Organizer
Come join them as they celebrate the life and vibrant artwork of noted SF artist Marion Osborn Cunningham. Cunningham began producing serigraphs/silk screens in the 1930’s, and earned substantial popularity for her views of San Francisco scenes especially those of cable cars.
You may have seen the greeting cards created by The Green Arcade depicting many of Marion’s colorful, light-hearted images of San Francisco. You’ll celebrate her life and her artwork with talks by Marion’s niece, Priscilla Wheeler, curator of The Bakersfield Museum of Art, Rachael Magnus and the viewing of James Broughton’s 1948 short film Mother’s Day starring Marion Cunningham.
Door prizes will be presented and 1940’s attire would be appreciated.
Categories: Art & Museums