Friday, May 11, 2012

ArtPadSF is coming up next week and we are finalizing our guest list, please contact us (info@newimageartgallery.com) if you wish to be on our list!
Here's sneak peak on the some of the participating artists; Retna, Maya Hayuk, Vanessa Prager, Chris Kulig, Chris Lux...and more.

We will be upstairs in room 43, The Phoenix Hotel.


Thursday, May 17
4:00PM - 6:00PM     Press Preview
6:00PM - 8:00PM     VIP Preview
8:00PM - 10:00PM   Opening Night Preview benefiting
SFMOMA's 2012/13 SECA Art Award

Friday, May 18
12:00PM - 8:00PM   General Admission
6:00PM - 10:00PM   Black Rock Arts Foundation Benefit Party*
*Separate ticket required for entry

Saturday, May 1912:00PM - 8:00PM   General Admission
Sunday, May 20
12:00PM - 5:00PM   General Admission

  • Opening Night Party with live performances by choir-boy-turned-rocker, Martin Luther and San Francisco's own all-female a cappella group, The Loose Interpretations
  • Where Does Art Breathe?, a conversation with Meg Shiffler, Director of the San Francisco Arts Commission Galleries, Lawrence R. Rinder, Director of the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, Tomas McCabe, Executive Director of Black Rock Arts Foundation, and Abby Chen, Artistic Director of the Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco
  • Various performances curated by Bean Gilsdorf, a 2011-2012 Graduate Fellowship Resident at the Headlands Center for the Arts in Sausalito, California
  • A panel discussion on photography hosted by Artillery Magazine featuring San Francisco-based artist/writer DeWitt Cheng
  • Open-air video screening by Brent Hoff, Director of Wholphin (McSweeney's quarterly DVD)
  • The Urban Canvas: Art and Technology Take Over, a talk with The Bay Lights, Survival Research Labs (SRL), and ZERO1: The Art and Technology Network during which Mark Pauline, Founder and Director of SRL will present the Spine Robot for its San Francisco Debut
  • Closing Party with poolside performances hosted by the Bay Area's beloved Noise Pop
For more information about ArtPadSF’s special exhibitions, panels and performances, please visit http://artpadsf.com. You can also stay current on updates via Facebook and Twitter.

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