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Quick Draw SF: “Homebodies” Group Art Show | Mission

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Thursday, July 9, 2015 - 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm | Cost: FREE
Mission: Comics & Art | 2250 Mission St, San Francisco, CA

Event Details

Quick Draw SF: Monthly Live Art Party | SoMa

The Bay Area’s Paint Pens Collective and Never Ending Radical Dude present Quick Draw SF, a monthly live-drawing event co-curated by Shayna Yasuhara and Jason Furie.

Each month, ten artists are selected to come draw and sell their creations on the “art wall” available on the cheap. Everyone is welcome to come and draw, so bring your sketchbooks.

There’s also a “merch table” where artists sell swag such as prints, books, and original art. Credit cards accepted.

San Francisco’s monthly “Drink and Draw” event QUICK DRAW SF is proud to present “Homebodies” a group art show featuring the work of local artists who just love sitting at home all day creating arts and farts. Not at the San Diego Comic Con (yet?), well we have you covered with a night that promises good people, good art, good beer (maybe), and the ambiance of this city’s best comic book shop Mission: Comics & Art! So get off that couch, dust off them Cheetos from your pants, and join a bunch of other people that love staying at home but have braved the elements for this fine night.

Featured artists include:

  • Jason Furie
  • Shayna Yasuhara
  • Jaide Marchand
  • Katie Bacigalupi
  • Matt DeLight
  • Justin Lawrence DeVine
  • Megan Lynn Kott
  • Mary Syring
  • Andrew Sciazko
  • Eugene Young
  • Caroline Augusta
  • Diego Gómez
  • Matt Harding
  • Justin Herbst
  • Marguerite Kalhor

Curated by: Jason Furie of Never Ending Radical Dude & Shayna Yasuhara of Paint Pens Collective

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.

Cost: FREE
Categories: Uncategorized, Weird, Wild & Wonderful Art
Address: 2250 Mission St, San Francisco, CA