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Hayes Valley Art Works
Hayes Valley Art Works
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01/10/2015
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24/10/2015
Last updated:
26/02/2016
Location:
456 Laguna Street, San Francisco, California, US
Website:
hayesvalleyartworks.orrg
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Mediterranean





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Posted by Jay Rosenberg about 8 years ago

On Sunday, Nov 1, we toured the vacant lot at the corner of Fell and Laguna, a.k.a Parcel O for the first time. We began to collect found objects, started to clear some of the debris and envisioned spaces for a studio and gallery, a stage, a resource center, a labyrinth, benches and tables, accessible paths, outdoor classrooms, and more.

Since then, we’ve continued to clean up and activate the space and have been working on realizing a few of those ideas. If you are interested in helping out, please join us at one of our upcoming Volunteer Work Parties. We’ve posted a schedule for December on the HVNA website (www.hayesvalleysf.org) and it’s also in the calendar in this month’s issue of The Hayes Valley Voice.

The first month activating the site has been a wonderful experience. I’ve really enjoyed getting a chance to catch up with old friends and also meeting some of the new neighbors. Many people have stopped in to see what’s planned, and quite a few have expressed interest in teaching workshops, making and displaying their work, or simply wondered how they could help.

We are actively looking for volunteers and accepting donations. Please contact us if you would like to participate in preparing Parcel O.

Hayes Valley Art Works, a temporary arts incubator is forming on Parcel O (at Fell and Laguna) as a place to come together to discuss, learn, teach, share and express artistic vision for the betterment of the neighborhood. As we work to transform the space we are looking forward to your creative ideas, volunteerism, and participation.

Please contact [email protected] for more information.

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