ArtSeed is a non-profit tax-exempt fine arts/youth leadership organization under Internal Revenue Code 501(c)(3) and Revenue and Tax Code 27301d. Your charitable contribution to ArtSeed, made without expectation of material benefit, therefore is tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. Retain this IRS Determination Letter, if needed, for your records.
It’s not too late to register for the remote or in-person ArtSeed’s Fine Arts Summer Intensive Camp!
ArtSeed Fine Arts Summer Intensive (2nd annual virtual event with hybrid aspects) Weekdays, July 12 – 30, 2021, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. 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 safe in-person (1:1 teacher/student ratio) workshops with drop-offs and pick-ups at ArtSeed’s Presidio WorkSpaces, 1007 General Kennedy Ave., Suites 206 & 210, Tides Converge, and at Hunters Point Shipyard studio 2513, Building 101.All Participants Register Here!
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). Thursday, September 2, 5–7 p.m., and Saturday, October 2, 3–5 p.m., 2021 (hybrid event). 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: Send us a photograph with this completed form after printing. Then mail (P.O. Box 29277, San Francisco, CA 94129) or scan and email both firstname.lastname@example.org. Call 415-656-9849 to arrange drop-off in the Presidio.