Activities Calendar 2021
Volunteer to help provide art-making opportunities for all ages (all expertise levels welcomed).
Weekdays, July 12 – 30, 2021, 9 a.m.–5 p.m., ArtSeed Fine Arts Summer Intensive (2nd annual virtual event with hybrid aspects). For ten students, ages 6 to 19 years, or for younger students after an interview. Individual portfolio and collaborative project building workshop with teaching artists and adult volunteers who also learn new techniques from guest presenters. Everything culminates in an exhibition. Online and limited outdoors contact by appointment with meet and pick-ups at ArtSeed’s Presidio WorkSpaces, 1007 General Kennedy Ave., Suites 206 & 210, Tides Converge. Register here.
Thursday, September 2, 5–7 p.m. and Saturday, October 2, 3–5 p.m., 2021 (hybrid event). Opening and closing receptions for ArtSeed’s exhibition Online and in the Presidio, New Normal: Learning from the Past to Move Forward Together can be viewed by appointment (call or text: 415-656-9849) in accordance with San Francisco’s Health Order and ArtSeed In-Person Policy (for Covid-19). China Brotsky and Seed Galleries, Tides Converge, 1007 General Kennedy Ave., San Francisco. ArtSeed participants and featured artists are also showcased on our website Michelle Vignes Virtual Gallery. Online virtual receptions feature musicians as well as the visual arts. To submit your art, contact email@example.com, 415-656-9849.
Weekly Online Focus Groups:
Sunday, 2–3 p.m. Art Share & Brainstorming for all ages (public welcome).
Tuesday, 2–5 p.m. Art Lessons & Online Projects for mature kids and teens.
Thursday, 2–3 p.m. Brainstorming & Event Planning for all ages (volunteers welcome).
Friday, 1–2 p.m. Veterans’ Art Lab with ArtSeed hosted by the Veteran Administration.
To register, contact Dan at 415-221-4810 X22839.
To join Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday sessions:
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or call or text 415-656-9849
Virtual Gatherings, Remote Learning, and Art-making Together!
ArtSeed’s classical and cutting-edge activist art projects connect gifted and vulnerable communities. Made possible in part by the California Arts Council, the Sam Mazza Foundation, Tina Cervin, David Gavrich, and Tony & Caroline Grant. Individual donations of all sizes, plus gifts of time and expertise from friends like you have been essential to our success.
Josefa Vaughan, email: email@example.com, text or voice: 415-656-9849 P.O. Box 29277, San Francisco, CA 94129, www.artseed.org