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Anima Mundi ~ “Soul of the World”
Date Friday October 01
Time 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location Details
Herbst International Exhibition Hall
Building 385 Moraga St. in the Presidio
San Francisco, CA
Event Type Other
Organizer/AuthorMia Hanak
October 1st -- Gala Opening for Anima Mundi ~ “Soul of the World”, the Natural World Museum’s cutting-edge exhibition on Environmental Art at the Herbst International Exhibition Hall in San Francisco. Artist Robert Bateman, Mayor Gavin Newsom, Julia “Butterfly” Hill, and other very special guests will be there. The purpose of the gala event is to raise awareness and support for the emerging Natural World Museum, to raise funds for the Museum’s programs and educational outreach, and to help generate socially and environmentally responsible relations with our natural world. $65 per person ($50 in advance)

The Natural World Museum’s debut art exhibition Anima Mundi – “Soul of the World” features ten installations of art covering 6,000 years of history, from ancient and indigenous objects to contemporary and multi-media visions at the Herbst International Exhibition Hall, Building 385 Moraga St. in the Presidio of San Francisco, from October 1-31, 2004, Tues – Fri., 10am to 7pm; Sat – Sun, 10am – 5pm, with a suggested admission contribution of $4 general or $2 students and seniors.

The Natural World Museum is the world’s first venue entirely dedicated to environmental preservation through art and education. Its mission is to showcase educational art exhibitions that cultivate environmental awareness and provide new perspectives that stimulate social engagement in conservation.
Added to the calendar on Monday Sep 13th, 2004 5:16 PM
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