Events during the January 3rd Castro Art Walk from 6-9pm

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Join Art Attack SF on Thursday, January 3rd, 2019 for the Castro Art Walk from 6-9pm! Artwork, limited edition prints, and pottery by more than 20 Bay Area artists will be on display and available to purchase!

2029 Market Street


The Apothecarium is hosting Pocho, featuring artwork by Danyol Leon.

476 Castro St.

Blush! will be hosting a photography exhibition along with a live band!

2200 Market St.

Brewcade hosts permanent installations by Kate Wakeman and a group of artists led by Don Fluitt.

Jane Warner Plaza

The Castro CBD will be hosting a classical duo by Be.Musical from 6-7PM.

489 Castro Street


Dog Eared Books will feature artwork by c.m. wylie.

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Ruby’s Clay studio is extending their annual Holiday Sale through January 3rd just for the art walk! The sale features pottery from 25 artists!

4229 18th St.

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Stop by Spark Arts Gallery along your Castro Art Walk route this lovely January to catch a glimpse of the art of the future! SF public school students from Ruth Asawa School of the Arts present an array of artwork, from fashion designs to fine prints. Come on down and support arts education in our San Francisco public schools! 

2166 Market St.

Private club The Academy will open its doors and garden to the community during the art walk. Learn more about the space, membership benefits, and more. The Academy features a rotating artist exhibit.

Featured this month:

Peter Samuels - San Francisco fine art portrait and animal photographer

Scott Thibodeaux - Scott's images focus (or unfocus) on the abstract nature of how we remember certain moments in our life.

4406 18th St. Ste. A

2109 Market St

New to the art walk, The Boombox is a small-format gym on Market near Church. The Boombox’s featured artist is Kalani Ware, who was commissioned to do a mural in the gym.

Kalani Ware is a visual artist from Oakland, CA, with roots in Hawai'i. He creates, experiments and explores his creativity in color. He strives to create works that will inspire others. The variation of colors, shapes and textures he uses not only represents the diverse and multiculturalism society we live in, but our connection to society and each other. His current body of work focuses on these same ideas, sometimes incorporating people. What he loves most about abstract art is that it is subjective. Kalani hopes that people can engage, ask questions and find happiness in his work. Everything begins as a thought for him, then it becomes a visual sketch in his mind. "In the beginning, the process is very organic and natural, he creates and revises, then reflects. Although, primarily focused on abstract shapes, a large majority of Kalani’s work is over the years is widely diverse, from painting landscapes to celebrity figures.

Friends of Harvey Milk is hosting a preview (including sketches) of what's to come in Harvey Milk Plaza at the old "Wildcard" space (3989 17th Street) from 6-9pm. More information here!

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