Fall Gallery Walk – Oct 13 2012

Located in the heart of downtown San Francisco, Yerba Buena is home to a thriving arts community.  Explore what the neighborhood has to offer by visiting 15 participating galleries  in this exciting FREE art walk. Explore, be inspired, enjoy wine generously donated by B Bar and meet other art fans from all over the Bay in this afternoon of cultural and artistic immersion.

3-4pm Kick off the walk with a champagne reception at Visual Aid, 57 Post St., Ste 905

4-7pm Gallery Walk

7:30pm Prize Drawing at the Yerba Buena Night performance stage at Jessie Square in front of the Contemporary Jewish Museum (which is open for free that evening!) at 736 Mission Street, between 3rd & 4th Streets.  At 7:30 pm, we will draw the cards. Winners need not be present to win.  For each gallery you visit, you will receive a stamp on your card.  Each stamp makes you eligible for a prize drawing.  If you receive 3 or more stamps you are eligible for the grand prize.  Once you have completed the walk, drop your card in the box at any of the participating galleries

See a Google map of the walk here

Participating Galleries:

111 Minna Street Gallery
871 Fine Arts
California Historical Society
Catharine Clark Gallery
Chandler Fine Art
Contemporary Jewish Museum
Crown Point Press
Gallery Wendi Norris
Gallery & Bar 4N5
Modernism
Museum of Craft and Folk Art
Rayko Photo Center
Society of California Pioneers
UC Berkeley Extension Art and Design Center Gallery
Varnish Fine Art
Visual Aid

The Yerba Buena Neighborhood is easily accessible by BART, MUNI, Golden Gate Transit, SamTrans, and Caltrain.  Ample parking is also available. For questions, contact the Alliance at 415.541.0312 or email yerbabuena@yerbabuena.org.

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