Events during the July 5th Castro Art Walk from 6-9pm
ART ATTACK SF
2358 Market St. Ste.1
Meet ArtSpan artists and take part in a creative community collage project. Guests are encouraged to contribute to a large-scale, spontaneous collage work by applying their own selection of materials in a fun, hands-on activity. Light snacks and beverages will be served and art making materials provided. Don't miss this one of a kind opportunity to make mixed media and art friends!
4229 18th St.
Stop by Spark Arts Thursday, July 5th from 6-9pm for the opening reception of Alice Desert! Harmony is something I try to convey in my art. I believe that nature is perfect: colors, proportions, shapes, functions. So instead of trying to recreate it, I try to create a harmony that complements the perfection I feel in a specific moment.
Blackbird's annual Pride show, "The Art of Pride", will be on display during July's Castro Art Walk. There will be a diverse array of local, queer artists participating in the show.
THE ARTIST'S GALLERY
4406 18th St. Ste. A
The Artist's Gallery is offering 20% - 40% discounts on select art pieces!
3618 17th St.
View the work by Lindsey Lyons at Norden Living during the July 5th Castro Art Walk!
2200 Market St
Brewcade hosts permanent installations by Kate Wakeman and a group of artists led by Don Fluitt. Stop by during the next Castro Art Walk on Thursday, June 7th!
RUBY'S CLAY STUDIO & GALLERY
552 A Noe Street
Ruby's will be hosting a number of the studio's artists in July for "A Taste of Ruby's".
2029 Market St
The show at the Apothecarium features war veterans who use art therapy to help treat their Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. In PTSD rehabilitation, art can help veterans process traumatic events by providing an alternative outlet for self-expression. Art is a powerful therapy used to safely contain and create separation from traumatic experiences, while at the same time building a safe space for expressing painful past emotions. The Post Deployment Assessment & Treatment (PDAT) program’s art therapy group is exploring the efficacy of non-standardized art treatment in addition to traditional evidence based therapies. PDAT is developing and exploring methods for visual expression and processing of veterans’ emotional content experienced in war & society.