To Be, an Exploration of Possibilities
Saturday, February 2, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 11:55 PM (PST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Come join us for an evening of artistic explorations in the possibilities of life as a human being.
Enjoy the video and still art installations of this group exhibit, along with complimentary beverages. Stay for the raffle and for a chance to win some art!
This group exhibit features:
Maks Dikarev -- www.maksdikarev.com
B.A.L.D. -- www.baldjewelry.com
L'Allure des Mots -- www.ladmmag.com
A portion of the proceeds and the donations benefit Creative Clay (creativeclay.org), whose vision
is to make the arts accessible for all. The mission is to provide expressive, educational and vocational
opportunities in the arts for people with obstacles to arts access. Creative Clay serves people with
developmental, physical and emotional disabilities, as well as people in healthcare settings, children,
veterans, and provide outreach art experiences in our community
Creative Clay’s wide range of innovative programs, as well as its special events, celebrate community and the richness of local and regional arts.
Enjoy video and still art installations. And stay for a raffle for a chance to win some art.
Be who you are.
Who We Are
Maks Dikarev is a Miami based photographer with roots in USSR and NYC. He's a fan of film and digital photography and as such uses both mediums to try to capture people or objects in true and candid moments of reality and expression. See samples of his works in digital, film and Polaroids and experience a connection with his subjects through these images.
L'Allure des Mots, a quarterly publication of provocative literature, art and fashion will be showing a video presentation featuring the works of various artists from around the nation including: Wolf189, Valentina Cano, Alexander of Lawrence, Bryan Benoit + Alice Kung, Sam Beasley + Katherine Villari
B.A.L.D. Jewelry is created by sisters Aria and Deirdre Nero as a way to empower women who are struggling with medical hair loss. The B.A.L.D. jewelry line is centered around being bald and beautiful and using outrageous earrings to help affected women feel pretty, sexy and bold. 15% of profits are donated to Alopecia Areata related charities, including NAAF and GAM