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Rick's Space
Rick's writing doesn’t necessarily adhere to a single genre: poetic essays, essay dialogue, straight up dialogue, hybrid. ”I start writing and the form reveals itself. I was working on something, the lines kept getting longer—and I thought—let the lines go—it will be what it needs to be.”
The Lexington Club, Panel by Panel
Admittedly shy by nature, Elizabeth Beier had a particular way of meeting women when she’d visit the now-shuttered Lexington Club. She’d take out a her sketchbook and pens and draw them. “It’s my standard way to break the ice,” said Beier. “It’s an interesting way to get to know someone quickly. You’re staring at their face and you can ask them questions. It’s intimate.” This series of intimidate act eventually...
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Art Span’s Fall Open Studios 2015 | The Mission

11 - 6pm, November 7 & 8

What HASN’T changed in the Mission? Artists are making art here. Come visit these resilient purveyors of creativity.

Open Studios is a rare opportunity to see the artists in their workspaces. It’s a viewer driven art tour where you can choose your adventure. From nudes to robots, clay pots to rooftops, you’ll find many different subjects inspire the artists in the Mission. You’ll see textile artists, pottery, painters, sculptors, jewelers, artists working with found objects, and many other mediums.

Come be a part of the art being created by your local artists in your community. Have fun, be inspired, and help maintain this vibrant culture of creativity and innovation.

Preview Receptions

Friday, April 17, 6-9pm, 1890 Bryant Preview Reception - Get a jump on your open studios weekend with a sneak peek at the 50 artists who’ve set up a show for you at 1890 Bryant St Studios.

Friday, April 17, 6-9pm, Studio 17 Opening Party, featuring 70+ artists Facing Displacement. Live painting, drinks, art. Support local artists in SF. Studio 17.

Saturday April 18, 6:30-9:30pm, after Open Studios: spoken word and live music event featuring Jazz with Candice and her combo at Robert Windle’s place, Army Lofts, Studio 302

Participating Group Studios

Participating Independent Artists