What: 11th annual live & silent art auction to benefit The Coalition on Homelessness
When: Thursday, September 8th, 5:30–10PM
Where: 934 Brannan St. (between 8th & 9th)
How Much: $25 admission, no one turned away for lack of funds, advance tickets recommended
The Coalition on Homelessness is holding its largest fundraiser of the year, our 11th annual live and silent art auction benefit “Transforming Art into Action: Many Voices, One Community.” There will be over 120 pieces of art by local Bay Area artists, live performances by Erica Benton and Golda, on-site screen printing by The Great Tortilla Conspiracy, special mural display by San Francisco street artist Hugh Leeman, raffle prizes, and free beer tasting by McArthur Garage Brewery. Free food and drink from California Culinary Academy. Click here for a preview of some of the art being auctioned!
The Coalition on Homelessness is a grassroots social justice effort seeking to foster the active participation of homeless and formerly homeless San Franciscans in the struggle for economic and social justice. For further information about Transforming Art into Action: Many Voices, One Community, visit the The Coalition on Homelessness online, or call Lorraine at 415-346-3740.
The evening’s event is presented at SOMArts through participation in the Affordable Space Program, which provides below-market rental space, production and publicity assistance to nonprofit organizations. For more information visit our rentals page.