Upcoming Event (Free. You are Invited!):
Saturday, November 15:
Meet & Greet Letter of Appeal Mailing Party ArtSeed Office, 1007 General Kennedy Ave., The Presidioâ€™s Thoreau Center, 1 p.m. â€“ 6 p.m. Pot-Luck finger-food and drinks.
For building entry call Josefa at 415-656-9849.
Save These Dates! (Free. You are Invited!):
Friday, December 5:
Presidio Holiday Lights â€“ ArtSeed Card-making at the YMCA after Festive Tree-lighting (Lincoln Blvd near ArtSeedâ€™s office, btwn Thoreau Center and Main Post), 5 p.m. â€“ 7 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday, December 13 &14:
ArtSeed Artists lead a Field & Forest Wreath & Garland Workshop hosted by The Presidio Trust, Pershing Square, Presidio Main Post, 11 a.m. â€“ 4 p.m.
Saturday, December 13:
ArtSeed Holiday Celebration at ArtSeedâ€™s Studio Practice Cottage, Pot-Luck finger-food and drinks. (654 28th St. btwn Diamond and Douglass Sts, SF), 7 p.m. â€“ 10 p.m.
Big thanks to the Presidio Trust Crew: Margaret Casey, JR Rocha, Sal Gonzalez, Jeff Wright, and others plus ArtSeed Volunteers who helped Lead Artists Kathryn Kain and Shiri Mordechay at the Presidio Pumpkin Carving Festival! Tim Abeyta, Jan Van Buyten, Michelle Hood, Chloe Knox, Christine Le, Paul Long, Margaret Ma, Golbanou Moghaddas, Barbra Richardson, Kevin Zhou and Roxie Zigman. You kept it clean, safe, and inspired!
Click here or more Pumpkin Fest Photos!
Open Studios Participants: Joseph Aponte and collaborator Topher Maka, Students at Leola Havard Early Education School, SF Public Montessori School, ArtSeed Summer Intensive, Andrea Rey, Caroline Liddell, Mark Harris, Dina K., Sydney V. B. and volunteers: Renata Damone, Jeske D., Chloe Knox, Margaret Ma, Debbie Ray (Debbie spent major time as host both days!) Thank you! Click here to see photos by Trey Houston!
For more information (or if you get lost) call: Josefa: 415-656-9849
ArtSeed’s Office: 415-409-1761
Visit:Â www.artseed.orgÂ Â or Email:Â Â email@example.com
This year’s ArtSeed projects are supported in part by the California Arts Council, a state
agency, as well as the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency. While we are very grateful for the generous donations from our major donors above, ArtSeed is also funded in large part by individual gifts and volunteer time from family and friends like you. Modest gifts continue to be our base of support and are essential to our success–thank you!Â Click to see a full list of sponsors and in-kind donors (and please do call us if you see that any names are missing).
ArtSeed’s mission is to connect the most resourceful and gifted with the youngest and most vulnerable citizens of the Bay Area and beyond through projects that explore links between classical and cutting-edge fine arts disciplines. We do not discriminate on the basis of any disability, race, color, creed, sexual orientation, political party, economic
background, national or ethnic origin.