GRAND AVENUE FIRST THURSDAYS
Jau Jou Studio has a show of artwork by Dominic Fontana, whose “canvas” consists of galvanized sheet metal and whose “paints” consist of brightly colored reflective tapes. Thus the show’s title, “Taped Metal Canvas.”
Urban Furniture is hosting a show of recent works by Vida Vazquez + beverages and small bites from 6:30 – 9:00.
Panorama Framing is hosting an exhibit of posters from the “Lighthouse Collection of Propaganda” entitled, “Signs of Resistance”. Complimentary beverages, refreshments and live music. A limited number of posters will be available for sale and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
The Libertine has an ongoing show of extremely tasteful nude photographs by Josh Stevenson.
Baraka Gallery is continuing to highlight its inventory of beautifully crafted tiny beads from all over the world, but particularly from Africa and Asia. Sip a cup of tea while you browse, as Shiffen always has the teapot on.
SF Fiber’s owner, Lou Grantham will be providing hands-on weaving experience.
510 Brand‘s walls are liberally covered with paintings by shop employees including Culling Cahayag, Nina Simi, and Natasha Reh – supplemented with a handful of original drawings by Connor Burke, who works next door at Modigliani. Complimentary beverages and snacks will be served.
HOURS ARE 6 – 8 PM UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED
For more information, visit the Grand Avenue First Thursdays Facebook page.