9.13.2011

Tomorrow!
I'm in this show, a benefit. Come to the opening tomorrow night at 7pm, at Workspace, 2150 Folsom Street at 17th.

The associated events are free, suggested donation $5-20 at door to support Walk SF. Walk San Francisco is San Francisco’s premier pedestrian advocacy organization. Walk SF and its members are making San Francisco a more livable, walkable city and reclaiming our streets as shared public space for everyone to enjoy.
Wednesday night's gallery opening is followed by, at eight o'clock, a digital tour of unique San Francisco utility covers and the hidden history they represent, by Christopher Reynolds called "Exploring the Lost Marks of San Francisco’s Unseen Tradesmen". Plus, naturally, popcorn, beverage, art, and unusual people.
Saturday Sept 17 from 3-6pm will be The Sewer Tour, an above ground, three-hour bicycle tour of the combined sewer/stormwater system of our fair city, led by renowned sewer historian Greg Braswell. Bring a helmet, water, and a jacket. The tour will be flat, with stops. Starts and finishes at Workspace Gallery, 2150 Folsom at 17th.

7-10pm - Music by Deborah Crooks, beverage, and closing art party.
I will be attending the opening, so say "hello" if you come. I have another fundraiser to attend on Saturday, so I can't make this year's sewer tour, but if you can go, you should. It's a hoot!