Electric Works has entered into a formal agreement with the San Francisco Arts Commission to photograph and create an edition of archival pigment prints based on murals found inside Coit Tower, Collection of the City and County of San Francisco. A portion of the sales will benefit ArtCare, a dedicated fund that supports the ongoing care and maintenance of the Civic Art Collection. Help us preserve San Francisco’s legacy by purchasing a print today! –
Join with us on Tuesday, October 8, from 6- 9 PM to celebrate the 80th birthday of the Coit Tower.
Live Worms Gallery
1345 Grant Avenue
Val Britton in conversation with Amanda Hughen and Jennifer Starkweather
Wednesday, November 14, 6:30-8:30 pm
SF Art Commission
6:30-6:45 pm: Introduction of The Continental Interior a site specific Installation by Val Brittion at 155 Grove Street
6:45-7:45 pm: Conversation about the language of maps with Val Britton, Amanda Hughen and Jennifer Starkweather at SFAC Main Gallery
7:45-8:30 pm: Reception
Free, open to the public.
Hughen/Starkweather have worked extensively with mapping in their collaborative and individual works. The event will be moderated by exhibition curator Aimee Le Duc.
PASSPORT EVENT IN NORTH BEACH ON SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2012
Presented by the San Francisco Arts Commission Galleries
Passport is an annual DIY art collecting event benefiting the San Francisco Arts Commission Galleries. Since 2009, Passport, has been bringing together a new lineup of celebrated Bay Area artists each year and inviting the public to create a limited-edition artist’s book by collecting original, artist-designed stamps in a custom edition Moleskine “passport” notebook. This year, from noon to 4 pm, join hundreds of do-it-yourself art collectors and take to the streets of North Beach, following a designated route, to collect stamps from the artists themselves. While discovering some of the brightest spots in North Beach you can enjoy the people and small businesses that define the neighborhood’s unique cultural character.
From now until September 28 when you take a walk from the Embarcadero to 8th Street on your way to Electric Works at our new location- 1360 Mission between 9th and 10th- you will enjoy the latest in Paul Madonna’s Market Street Poster Series sponsored by the San Francisco Arts Commission.
The series, titled Celebrating Bay Area Arts, features six posters showcasing the diversity of artists and the range of accessible art forms in the city. Smaller, 14″ x 20″ versions of all six posters in the series are available for purchase at paulmadonna.com.
Electric Works is proud to be the printer of these fine images.