Friday, August 30, 2013

Flash Friday Mixer Tonight at City College of SF Fort Mason Campus!





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Join ArtSpan and City College of SF, Fort Mason Campus tonight at our Flash Friday Mixer!

Mix and mingle with artists, students, and faculty while enjoying drinks, snacks, and exhibitions on display. This is a great chance for new students to learn about how ArtSpan can be a resource for emerging artists in San Francisco, and for practicing artists to learn about the classes and programs offered at the CCSF campus at Fort Mason. If you are interested in learning more about how to support CCSF, scroll down and check out the information below!

Reserve your FREE ticket!

Where: Campus Gallery in Building B at Fort Mason Center
When: Tonight! Friday, August 30, 6:00-8:00pm
Directions: Click here
Parking: Street parking is available, or park on campus at Fort Mason, details here.
Questions: Contact Diane Oliver at diane.olivier@mail.ccsf.edu

Exhibition on display:
Selected works from printmakers at Fort Mason and CCSF students

This event is a potluck, bring a small dish or snack to share, then join us for dinner afterwards at Off the Grid at Fort Mason!

About CCSF at Fort Mason:
As artists and art historians, our mission is to promote creative and critical thought through a wide range of disciplines that range from History of Contemporary Art to Women Through Art History and from Drawing to Metal Arts. Our comprehensive and vigorous art curriculum is offered to the culturally and economically diverse Bay Area community via online, hybrid and in person art classes at the Downtown, Fort Mason and Ocean campuses and at the Legion of Honor. Learn more at the Art Department website.

Ways to Support:

1. Move City College Forward - Sign Our Petition Letter
Please sign our petition letter to Mayor Ed Lee, California Community Colleges Chancellor Brice Harris, and CCSF Special Trustee Robert Agrella to keep City College open and move it forward. City College of San Francisco is the only viable option for tens of thousands of residents to access equal educational opportunities, and its survival is among the most pressing civil rights issues facing our community. It is simply too important to San Francisco and the Bay Area to be allowed to close. Sign the petition.

2. Art Classes at CCSF are still available!
Do you like art? Do you want to help preserve affordable, quality art classes here in SF? CCSF has been under attack BUT WE'RE STILL OPEN AND FULLY ACCREDITED. However, enrollment has gone down and many classes are in danger of disappearing. Please enroll in the classes listed below. If you can't, help spread the word. If these classes get cancelled, they might become permanently cut, therefore shrinking the dept. into extinction. More information here.
 
 
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