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Visual Aid at 16 - Opening Night

Date:
Friday, April 15, 2005
Time:
8:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Event Type:
Party/Street Party
Organizer/Author:
Visual Aid
Location Details:
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
701 Mission Street (at 3rd)
San Francisco, CA 94103

Join us on Friday, April 15th to celebrate the opening of the long-awaited VISUAL AID AT 16 WITH DAVID DASHIELL'S QUEER MYSTERIES, a new exhibition at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, 701 Mission Street @ 3rd from 8-11 pm.

The exhibition celebrates sixteen years of accomplishment by Visual Aid, and showcases important works by eleven Visual Aid artists: including paintings, collages, photographs and conceptual installations by Michael Beck, David Faulk, Horea, Michael Johnstone, David King, Elliott Linwood, Ro Lopez, Nevin Robinson, Veronica Rojas, Jim Winters and Elena Zolotnitsky.

Queer Mysteries, the provocative epic and erotic room-sized, mural on Plexiglas installation by David Cannon Dashiell, is also featured (on loan from the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.) This exhibition was curated by Rene de Guzman, Visual Arts Curator and Berin Golonu, Visual Arts Assistant Curator.

$12 at the door or $10 in advance. Free for YBCA Members and a guest. The party features local DJ Bus Station John (The Tubesteak Connection), cash bars, and live performances by hey willpower and moth wranglers. Call for tickets now at 415.978.ARTS (2787).

The exhibition will run April 16 2005-June 26, 2005.

Visual Aid helps produce, present, and preserve the work of professional artists whose careers are challenged because of a life-threatening illness. We serve professional artists from the nine-county Bay Area, providing artists with direct services from art supplies to exhibitions and career development.
Added to the calendar on Mon, Apr 11, 2005 1:09PM
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