BAYCAT World Premiere of ZOOM IN: Episode 33 - Me, Myself & I
Hosted by BAYCAT Youth Media Producers
NEW VENUE: @ Z Space
(450 Florida Street, bet. 17th & Mariposa Streets, SF, 94110)
WHEN: Thursday, August 6th, 2015
Doors Open @ 5:30 pm
Screening Begins Promptly @ 6:30 pm
Please join our Youth Media Producers, BAYCAT Board and Team for our 2015 Summer World Premiere Screening at Z Space, our exciting new venue!
Enjoy YUMMY appetizers and be part of our live audience of BAYCAT's 33rd Episode of our award-winning youth produced TV show, “Zoom In!”
Bring a friend, bring two friends, bring all your friends.
Everyone is welcome!
If you can't make it to the event, tune-in LIVE here for our live-streaming broadcast!
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
In the neighborhood immediately around Z Space, as in much of San Francisco, parking can be a challenge. If you are planning on parking on the street, please allow at least 30 minutes to find a space, and be sure to carefully read all restrictions on street signs and parking meters.
There are paid parking lots at the following locations: The UCSF lot at the corner of Shotwell and 17th Street has metered visitor spaces and is located approximately three blocks from Z Space. A second UCSF parking lot at Harrison and 15th Street also has metered visitor spaces and located approximately three blocks from Z Space.
Z Space is close to a variety of public transportation lines, most notably:
The 16th and Mission BART stop. The 22, 27, and 33 MUNI bus lines.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Program Coordinator - Edgar Garcia (415) 701-8228 X 213
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BAYCAT is an innovative nonprofit media production company for socially conscious clients who want high quality video production, design, branding and marketing-related services. We launch careers of our interns through BAYCAT STUDIO, and all proceeds support BAYCAT ACADEMY that educates, empowers and employs low income youth, youth of color and young women coming primarily from Bayview and the Bay Area in technology and digital media arts.