Community Supported Art Program (CSA) Shares
Friday, August 1, 2014 from 6:30 PM to 10:30 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
RESERVE NOW - LIMITED EDITION:
BUY 7 ART WORKS FOR $350
Each Community Supported Art (CSA) box contains 7 original art works by local artists for the nominal price of $350 (price includes California sales tax of 8.75%). Participating artists include Melanie Cervantes, Jamil Hellu, Juan Luna-Avin, Favianna Rodriguez, Cristina Velásquez, and Rio Yañez; the 7th piece is an exclusive custom-designed art bag by San Jose-based artist Sam Rodriguez.
CSA Pick-up Party!
Friday, August 1, 2014
MACLA, 510 South 1st Street, San Jose
Buy your art today!
Support local artists, enjoy light refreshments and music, take a snapshot in the photo booth, and mingle with this year’s CSA artists. Bring your ID to pick up your new art.
MACLA is proud to launch its first Community-Supported Art (CSA) program, which supports local Latino artists by helping them to create and distribute their artwork through new channels. Also, this program gives first-time and experienced art collectors the opportunity to own regionally made, limited-edition art. CSA artists participate in an exciting new model of creation and distribution, and member collectors receive multiple works from local emerging and mid-career artists at a fantastic value and support local artists’ careers.
Parking is available at I-280 & 1st street lot: http://sanjoseparking.spplus.com/San-Jose-630-South-1st-Street-Parking.html and additional parking around San Jose http://sjdowntownparking.com/parking-map
Please note there will be street closures: South First Street between San Carlos and San Salvador from 1pm-1am and South First Street between William and Reed Street from 6pm-1am.
For more information, contact email@example.com or call (408) 998-2783.
When & Where
MACLA/Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana
MACLA is an inclusive contemporary arts space grounded in the Chicano/Latino experience that incubates new visual, literary, and performance art in order to engage people in civic dialogue and community transformation.