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Fashion. Photography. Music. Film: An ArtPoint Panel Discussion

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Wednesday, June 27, 2012 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PDT)

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Fashion. Photography. Music. Film: An ArtPoint Panel Discussion

Wednesday, June 27

Project One, San Francisco

7-10 pm


Join ArtPoint for a conversation about fashion, media and Jean Paul Gaultier. Throughout his career Gaultier has looked to television, film, music and street culture for inspiration. With humorous, surprising and completely original results, Gaultier has effectively reached mass audiences and super-stardom through his artistic collaborations. Particularly interesting is his dedication to creating a multimedia portfolio, working with musicians, filmmakers, and live performers. His unconventional approach has not only caused a great stir in the world of fashion, but also challenged traditional societal norms.


Moderator

Jill D’Alessandro, Curator of Costume and Textile Arts at Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco


Panelists:

Bacca da Silva, Creative Director and Fashion Designer at Bacca da Silva

Jodi Nakasuka, Photography Director at 7x7 Magazine

Annie Wilson, Founder of Poetic & Chic, Co-Founder and Content Director of the San Francisco Fashion Film Festival

Others, TBA

 

This discussion is held in conjunction with The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk, currently on view at the de Young. The event will include light refreshments, courtesy of Rigolo and a cash bar. 


Event Chairs:

Dana Castro and Melita Jampol


Tickets

ArtPoint Members $15 / Non-Members $25

If available, tickets will be sold for an additional $5 at the door. 


ArtPoint gratefully acknowledges our sponsors:

Project One 


Rigolo Cafe


Please note: No one under the age of 21 will be admitted. All sales are final; tickets are non-refundable and non-transferrable. Proceeds benefit exhibitons and programs at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. 


Image creditWilliam Baker, Kylie Minogue/Virgins (or Madonnas) collection, "Immaculata" gown Haute couture spring-summer 2007, copyright 2008, Darenote Ltd./All rights reserved.

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When & Where


Project One
251 Rhode Island
San Francisco, CA 94103

Wednesday, June 27, 2012 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PDT)


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ArtPoint

ArtPoint is a group of young professionals that supports the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, the de Young in Golden Gate Park and the Legion of Honor in Lincoln Park. Our members enjoy an annual program of exhibition-related lectures, gallery parties, and museum galas. Proceeds support exhibitions and programs at the museums. 

www.artpoint.org

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415-750-3548

 

ArtPoint's Annual Gala Host Committee

Bob Aspell

Steve and Lydia Bergman

Amanda Bradford

Betsabe Botaitis

Liana Burtsava

Jackie Cartwright

Daniel Chen

Alexander Hsu

Arlene Kim

Kelly Krueger

Blake Mason  

Richard Mumby

Josh Rasmussen

Ian Ross and Daniele Rocha

Mitch Schneider

Sheila Warren

S.B. Hadley Wilson

 

ArtPoint Board of Directors:

Julie Yarbrough, Chair

Joshua Reynolds, Vice Chair

Chris Clark

Liz Curtis

Patricia Ivancich Dassios

Kate Gorrissen

Jennifer Hagan

Ryan Hoffman 

Melita Jampol

Vadim Nebuchin

Jennifer Orne

Amanda Riley

Kevin Whittaker

Ariane Nalty Zewe

 

ArtPoint Advisory Council

Dana Castro

Ann Cheney

Gary Coover

Angelos Dassios

Ali Grosslight

Kelly Hochman

Ryan Jones

Ayelet Konrad

Cameron Phleger

David Saxe

Kati Schmidt

Nicole Ward

Forrest Wittenmeier

Charles Zewe

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