May 1st, 2011  |  Filed under Culture (Art & Music)

Market Street Blooms Opening Reception

May 1st, 2011  |  Filed under Culture (Art & Music)

The Black Rock Arts Foundation has been working on many new partnerships and projects and we want you to help us celebrate them!  After all, it’s our community that makes it all possible.

The Black Rock Arts Foundation is honored to be part of the effort to revitalize the Central Market area in San Francisco in collaboration with the San Francisco Arts Commission, and we love sharing and supporting  Karen Cusolito’s sculptures.

photo: Mark Hammon

Central Market will come alive for the Art in Storefronts launch celebration!  The festivities include receptions at three neighborhood galleries, the debut of two temporary public art sculptures by Karen Cusolito, live music lining Central Market, and Off the Grid food trucks. The community celebration will kick off with the unveiling of six storefront installations and five murals designed by San Francisco artists.

Join the Black Rock Arts Foundation and the San Francisco Arts Commission for this FREE Market Street Blooms Opening Recption.

Music, speeches and mural unveiling:

May 13,  5:00 pm
998 Market St. San Francisco

Procession down Market St. with Gamelan X begins at 5:45

Continued festivities (with the Unimog!) 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm U.N. Plaza

Gamelan X , a Balinese fusion ensemble, will lead a procession up Market Street where the public may catch performances by the John Brothers Piano Company* playing original music accompanied by several other visual and performing artists; the Jaz Sawyer Trio; and The Space Cowboys with the Unimog.  The public may also play on “Bulbous,” a temporary wall of drums created by Office Division.

Alexis Arnold
Vanesa Gingold
Madeline Trait
Erik Otto
Indigenous Arts Coalition
Cat U-Thasoonthorn
Robert Harris
Paz de la Calzada
Vicky Knoop and Beatrice Thomas
Rafael Landea
Amber Hasselbring

Read More About the Art in Storefront’s Artists

One Response to “Market Street Blooms Opening Reception”

  1. Lance Leopold Says:

    Here’s to the Black Rock Art’s Foundation, Thumbs up! This will be a Great Festival/ Art Reception. I’m bring my camera for some great photos. Enjoy

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