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|Picture Progress: a silent art auction benefit for the League of Young Voters|
|Date||Friday March 31|
|Time||6:30 PM - 10:30 PM|
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Red Ink Studios
52 9th Street (btwn Market and Mission)
San Francisco Ca 94103
Don't miss the The League of Young Voters second annual silent art auction, Picture Progress, on March 31, 2006. You'll see artwork from some of San Francisco's best artists side by side with the city's young, emerging artists. It will be an exciting show with over eighty artists using a variety of mediums and styles. Drinks, food, jazz and great company provided.
Short speeches by State Assemblyman Mark Leno, SF People's Organization President Jane Kim, League of Young Voters California Organizer Natasha Marsh and Vote 415 Core Organizers Heather Carllson (also UHW Training Director) and Pilar Schiavo (SF Labor Council Political Director).
Some of the participating artists are John Fortes, Lewis Watts, Ray Potes, Norman Locks, Ben Barneclo, Ingeborg Gerdes, Mary Law, Gary Holt, Ian Scalzo, Louise Stroe, Andrew Stanbridge, Jason Adams, Sofia Bowart, Shelby White, Belle Chesler, Terry Cunnif, Andy Taiko and Lars Rasmussen.
Your support is greatly appreciated in this important election year. Every penny earned this night will go to support the hard work of the League to ensure progressive victories across the nation in 2006.
* Art Auction Open from 6:30pm-10:30pm
* Drinks and music will continue after auction closes
Red Ink Studios
52 Ninth St. (between Market and Mission)
San Francisco, CA 94103
Parking available next door.
To RSVP and put your name on the guest list, please make a donation below.
WE ARE STILL ACCEPTING ARTISTS, Please send an email with your work attached to: email@example.com
Our growing list of hosts for the evening: *Tom Ammiano
*The Harvey Milk Democratic Club
*SF Labor Council
*New Leaders Council
* Music For America
*SF Young Democrats