NEW GALLERY EXHIBIT & OPENING SOIREE “Future Forward: Works from The Arc San Francisco” Opening Reception: Saturday December 2, 1-5pm

We are pleased to announce the opening reception for “Future Forward: Works from The Arc San Francisco” on Saturday, December 2, from 1-5pm. The exhibition is presented by The Arc of San Francisco and features art works created through their art program.   The exhibition will remain on display through mid-December.

This Holiday Art Pop Up and Drawing Soiree is organized by The Pulse of the Arc.  Enjoy the art work, refreshments such as wine, apple cider and donuts, check out the wonderful artwork – and create some art for yourself.  Drawing materials will be provided.  Proceeds of the event to benefit The Arc of San Francisco, a nonprofit organization.

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Images from top left to right: 
Robert Cheng,  Portrait, Tempera on paper
Frank Zangillo, Humphrey Bogart,  Charcoal on paper
Kim Bazile, Maze, Acrylic on paper
Kevin Bell, Thought, Tempera on paper
Check out some of the artwork from the artists here:  http://www.thearcsf.art/
The Arc San Francisco endeavors to transform the lives of adults with developmental disabilities by advancing lifelong learning, personal achievement and independence. Its art studios provide a unique arts academy environment where adults with developmental disabilities can pursue art as a means of personal expression and to develop new skills, connect to a larger art community, and realize financial gains through sales of their work. Students in this innovative program get support in pursuing a major course of study, as well as encouragement to try different art forms in expressive, visual and media arts.
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ONE Year Celebration & Opening Reception – Friday, December 9, 6 – 8pm

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Please join us for a special night event celebrating the one-year anniversary of Hayes Valley Art Works! To mark the occasion, this event will also serve as the opening reception for a dual-solo exhibitions featuring work by local artists by Nicolas Hullibarger and Kate Kuaimoku.

In addition to the art exhibited, we will have music, refreshments and tents set up in preparation for the forecasted rain.

Kate Kuaimoku will be presenting “Semblance of Order” – a series of sculptures made from various construction materials including concrete, steel and rebar to examine the visceral way these materials work within our cities.

Titled “Making Space”, Nicolas Hullibarger will be activating the inside of the large shipping container and installing a site-specific painting on the outside of the second container. Hullibarger uses line, color and shape to create “spatial environments” using both 2D and 3D works.