Crafty San Francisco this weekendAugust 17, 2007 at 8:38 am | Posted in california, crafty events | 2 Comments
I’m in San Francisco this week for a wedding and excited to have a chance to do some crafty things — I’m sewing a special bridal project this morning, and this afternoon I’ll be getting a tour of Sampler World HQ from Marie, along with Christina, Tricia, Natalie, and Nancy!
If you’re around on Saturday, don’t miss the Secession Art and Design Grand Opening show and sale from 11 to 5. Christina will be selling her work at the gallery and it sounds like so much fun. From their website:
Secession Art and Design is a gallery for up-and-coming artists and designers to showcase their work while supporting the local independent community. The gallery features art, fashion and jewelry both modern and vintage. Art openings and trunk shows are a destination for shoppers to come sample an intimate event, and have the opportunity to engage with and buy directly from the design community. A portion of the proceeds from trunk shows will be donated to a non-profit organization, and promote the cycle of giving back, building community, and supporting the growth of independent design and local small business.
If you go:
Secession Art and Design
3361 Mission St @ 30th, San Francisco
Saturday, August 18 from 11-5
Mission Indie Mart
25th and Guerrero, San Francisco
Saturday, August 18 from 11-6