Hayes Valley Art Works in February

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Neighborhood kids play on Mulch Mountain as Daniel Farnan works on his “Compass Rose” mandala. Elese Moran, February 2016.
Some of you may have noticed we have new open hours posted effective February 1, 2016:

Monday, 12-5pm
Tuesday (closed)
Wednesday, 12-5pm
Thursday, 12-5pm
Friday, 12-5pm
Saturday (closed)
Sunday, 12-5pm

We have a couple of great events planned for this month, please join us and bring your friends and families.

This Sunday, Feb 7, starting at 1pm, we will joined by the amazing folks from ArtsUp.org, who have been curating pop-up arts events hosted by locals in unique and intimate venues around the world!

“We have a big and empty piece of land to transform into a beautiful art space. So we are gathering visual artists, musicians, chefs, theatre artists, urban farmers, designers and other creatives to create an art gallery, a studio, an art garden, a performing arts stage and dance floor, and anything else you’d like to propose.”

During the event you will have plenty of time to propose your ideas about what you could do to contribute to the project and shape a beautiful space. We’ll also have some music to mingle. Feel free to bring your instruments and creations. Anyone will be able to perform and showcase their creative work (-in-progress too). Art potluck style! (Event on FB)

Labyrinth Design with Mary Teetor
Mary Teetor, basking in the completion of the first labyrinth of her own design. Elese Moran, January 2016.

Also, on Sunday, Feb 21, starting at 5pm, we are hosting our second Labyrinth Design with Mary Teetor.

The first labyrinth project we did with Mary was so much fun we had to do it again! (Event on FB)

We’ve got even more plans in the works for March, I hope to see you sometime soon! You can find our Calendar of Events and latest updates on our website, check it out!

Thank you for being a part of our community. Please feel free to share this update with your fellow artists, friends and neighbors.

With tremendous gratitude,

Jay

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