Join local artists and experts on San Francisco arcana for an art show, bike tour, and art party that takes it to the street:
Wednesday Sept 14 – Saturday Sept 17
Workspace Gallery, 2150 Folsom
Free; donations benefit Walk SF
Wednesday Sept 14: Opening night
Drinks, popcorn, and aesthetic appreciation of a whole new realm:
7:00 pm – Art Opening: Workspace Gallery presents 14 Bay Area artists responding to the land below our feet. What do we see and feel about this ground we walk over, tunnel under, drink and eat from, dig up, and bury our dead in?
8:00 pm – “Exploring the Lost Marks of San Francisco’s Unseen Tradesmen,” by Christopher Reynolds of Reynolds-Sebastiani Design. Enjoy a virtual photographic tour of street utility covers and what they reveal about San Francisco history.
Saturday Sept 17: Bike tour and art party
Follow the unseen waterways of the city, then celebrate:
3:00 pm – The Sewer Ride: Join us for an aboveground bike tour of San Francisco’s sewer-stormwater system, with a focus on the Mission District and Mission Creek. The tour will be approximately three hours with stops; it starts and ends at Workspace.
7:00 pm – Gallery Party! Come together on the show’s final night to raise a glass to artists, streets, and waterways as we close out this marvelous show. Special bonus: Live music from delightful Blues/Americana musician Deborah Crooks.
Bring your friends and support local art and advocacy! All events are free. Donations requested to support Walk San Francisco’s work to make city streets better for you and your feet.
Workspace Ltd is a 30,000-square-foot artist-occupied, former industrial laundry building located at 2150 Folsom Street between 17th and 18th. Miles Epstein, our generous host, has more info on his website, milesepstein.com