Thursday, November 15

Happenings.

There's some excellent indie happenings going on around town this week. If you know of an event you think sfgirlbybay readers wouldn't want to miss, be sure and drop me a line. My plan is to get weekly events posted each Thursday, so y'all have a heads up before the weekend...and beyond.




Thursday, November 15, 5:30 - 7:30 pm CB2 and Apartment Therapy San Francisco host their Fall Colors Contest Wrap Party. Swing on by the ultra cool Hotel Biron bar in Hayes Valley and check out who the big winners are. Hotel Biron 45 Rose Street (behind the Zuni Cafe, between Market and Gough), San Francisco 94102. 415.703.0403





Thursday, November 15, 5:30 - 7:30 pm AIGA San Francisco hosts a night of food, drinks and music to celebrate the creative unwasting of paper. Help rescue paper from recycling limbo with a benefit auction of post-consumer paper apparel and objects d’art by some of the Bay Area’s great designers. There's a runway show, a DJ and lots of giveaways from AIGA industry sponsors. San Francisco Design Center, 101 Henry Adams Street, San Francisco 94103. 415.626.6008.






Friday, November 16, 6 - 9pmImaginary Trips Gallery Exhibit. See Charli Ornett's beautiful encaustic painting solo show, opening at Nomad Rugs. Show runs November 16 -December 16. Nomad Rugs & Gallery, 3775 24th Street (@ Church Street), San Francisco 94114. 415.401.8833






Saturday, November 17, 12 - 5pm 3 Fish Studios Holiday Market featuring paper, art, apparel, accessories, home decor and more from Honeycutt Made, Wexford Girl, Sarah Chase, Charm Foundry, Sprout Studio, Namaste Mofo, Dana Robson, and Ashli Rietz. 3 Fish Studios is located in the American Industrial Center. Enter at 610 22nd Street (between 3rd Street and Illinois), Second floor, Suite 243, San Francisco 94107. 415.865.0420.






Monday, November 19, 7pm

Cheryl Dunn Book Signing at Park Life. Some Kinda Vocation, Cheryl Dunn's first photo retrospective, delves into the worlds of street art, graffiti and life on the margins of America. For Dunn, street art isn't just about images, it's a way of viewing the world. Park Life, 220 Clement Street, San Francisco 94118. 415.386.7275

3 comments:

nunu pepe' said...

Since South Africa is a little out of the way for these events I hope there will be some imagery to keep us in the loop :)thanks for great blog

sylvie d said...

Congratulations on your blog!
It is a very nice place to be!
Would you consider introducing your blog to our friendly blogging community?

Sylvie
www.fuelmyblog.com

Annie said...

Thanks Victoria! Hope to see you tomorrow.

have a great weekend.