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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.
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
“Green” your holiday celebrations by adopting a future street tree! Friends of the Urban Forest (FUF) will be hosting a tree pickup event at Hayes Valley Art Works Parcel S on Saturday December 2nd and Saturday December 9th. Join us for hot cider, donuts and cookies when you pick up your living tree, or stop by to see some of the other FUF trees on the site.
Friends of the Urban Forest, in partnership with the San Francisco Department of the Environment, offers living, potted Christmas trees in November and December each year. For a tax-deductible $75 donation, you get a beautiful, three-to-six-foot-tall, non-traditional tree to bring home for decoration and enjoyment. For more information visit the FUF Green Christmas Trees webpage or order your tree here.
Stop by for crafts and bubbles during the Hayes Valley Block Party Family Day on Saturday, December 2 from 3-6pm.
HVAW is excited to announce the residency of Stairwell’s during the month of August, culminating in a celebratory daytime event on Sunday, August 28.
A collaborative project led by San Francisco-based artists Sarah Hotchkiss and Carey Lin, Stairwell’s creates new experiences that challenge familiar understandings of everyday surroundings. The project has taken many forms, from site-specific interventions to group walking tours to curated exhibitions. Stairwell’s seeks to foster temporary communities of curious and engaged individuals, providing opportunities for connections and changes in perspective.
Stairwell’s will hold on-site hours at HVAW as they develop their final event: an exploratory walk, circuit training of the non-athletic variety and prizes for those who do something exceptionally well.]
On the Common Thread Collective this week, Diamond Dave, Global Val, Clare Walker and Jay Rosenberg talk about 49 Farms and Hayes Valley Art Works, some of the history and “hipstory” of San Francisco, from the 50’s through the Summer of Love to the Freeway Revolt, Loma Prieta and Occupy on Mutiny Radio. We’ll be on the air on Fridays, live from Hayes Valley Art Works,.