San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Come raise a glass and do a little dance to celebrate the launch of Way Out West, the Art City Project's first public art exhibition.
The event features the original artwork created for the event as well as limited edition prints from Magnolia Editions, complimentary refreshments provided by Espolón Tequila/Campari, live DJ sets, and more.
5:30-7pm: Collector and Press Preview
Join the artists, curators, and project team for an intimate early look at the original works created for Way Out West. Guests can enjoy small batch italian wines provided by Small Vineyards.
7-11pm: General Admission
Come celebrate with the team, family, supporters, and friends. See original and limited edition artwork from the 20 Way Out West artists and enjoy fine tunes spun by local DJs. Refreshments include specialty Espolón cocktails, the finest PBR that San Francisco can provide, and the assistance of a local food truck.
The event is age 21+. All event proceeds go to support the Art City Project via Intersection for the Arts, San Francisco's oldest independent arts non-profit.
The Art City Project proudly presents Way Out West, a celebration of the idea of California and its history as fertile ground for dreamers, pioneers, and counterculture. The exhibition reflects on the changing social landscape of the West Coast and explores the role of contemporary art in public spaces.
Way Out West revisits the California experience by transforming outdoor advertising into new space for art to live and breathe. The month-long installation — which spans billboards, transit shelters, bus takeovers, and other alternative space throughout San Francisco’s transitional inner Mission neighborhood — will feature art from contemporary artists with roots in California.
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The Art City Project
The Art City Project produces contempory art installations that transform our shared spaces. By repurposing advertising and underused public space, we bring art into everyday life.
Learn more at helloartcity.com.