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|There's A Song In My Heart: Holiday Party for Visual Aid|
|Date||Tuesday December 18|
|Time||6:00 PM - 9:00 PM|
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Varnish Fine Art
16 Jessie Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
|Event Type||Party/Street Party|
|Organizer/Author||Julie Blankenship, E.D.|
|visaid [at] visualaid.org|
Rub shoulders with San Francisco artists, digitali and society while you celebrate the season in a gorgeous gallery showcasing pop surrealist paintings by Isabel Samaras. The VIP reception will feature signature cocktails, wine and fabulous passed hors doeuvres that are a palette for seasonal and sustainable goodies, followed by an array of addictive desserts.
The evening will celebrate the phenomenal work of Visual Aid, and its positive impact in the lives of artists living with illness.
Jen Rogers and Kerri Stephens believe that Art makes the world a better place. Since founding Varnish Fine Art in 2003, the gallery has become known for showing provocative contemporary artwork. Varnish Fine Art is a lively and vital part of the Yerba Buena Arts District in downtown San Francisco.
A fabulous silent auction will feature affordable luxury items including spa treatments from Bella Pelle, Kabuki Spa, Joseph Cozza Salon, Posh Salon and Fresh, travel packages from Galleria Park Hotel, Joie de Vivre, Hotel Rex, Hotel Ivy and Hotel Vitale; body ornaments from Endless Ammo, Gallery of Jewels and Ambiance; wining and dining from Bisou Bistro, Taverna Aventine, Harry Denton's Starlight Room, JC Cellars and The Winery SF, entertainment from Magic Theatre and Frameline; and culture from Last Gasp.
Use code SONG for the earlybird ticket price online. Full price tickets will be available at the door. Dress code? Anything fabulous, from cowboy boots to stilettos.
Sponsors including Blue Angel Vodka, Naked, Parducci, Ladies Who Lunch and The Only Cookie.
Visual Aid is one of San Francisco's most successful and enduring philanthropic organizations. Visual Aid Gallery features exhibitions that stimulate dialogue around illness and art through exciting, diverse, at times controversial exhibitions that showcase work by Bay Area artists.