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Fourth Annual Art Auction & Benefit

San Francisco Cinematheque

Saturday, November 15, 2014 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PST)

Fourth Annual Art Auction & Benefit

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
General Admission Ended $20.00 $2.09
Cinematheque Members Ended $15.00 $1.82
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Please JOIN US at the Center for New Music for a special reception and silent art auction—including fabulous food, libations and music from DJ Keith Slogan with many artists and filmmakers in person—in celebration and support of San Francisco Cinematheque, our artists and our upcoming 54th year of exhibiting cutting-edge avant-garde film and video art!

Over 50 international, national and regional artists have contributed artworks to this year’s stellar exhibition of drawings, paintings, photography, collage and multi-media installations. We are proud to feature work by Miya Ando, Kim Anno, Craig Baldwin, Bonnie Banks, Tommy Becker, Gina Borg, Nate Boyce, Tim Buckwalter, Brian Caraway, Deric Carner, Alexander Cheves, Joshua Churchill, Paul Clipson, Bill Daniel, John DavisVeronica De Jesus, Nathaniel DorskyLauren Douglas, Keith Evans, Jeanne C. Finley + John Muse, Maria Forde, Sandra Gibson & Luis Recoder, Brynda Glazier, Mayumi HamanakaJeff Hantman, Lynn Hershman, Carrie Hott, Lawrence Jordan, Miranda July, Kevin Killian, Kadet Kuhne, Kerry Laitala, Sarah Jane Lapp, Janis Crystal Lipzin, Walter Logue, Terri Loewenthal, Jodie Mack, Anne McGuire, Kim Miskowicz, Grace Rosario Perkins, Carissa Potter, Kathleen Quillian, Dick Ramsey, Amy Rathbone, Gwenaël Rattke, Michael Robinson, Jeremy Rourke, Alexander Stewart, Chris Thorson, Mark Wilson, Vanessa Woods, Karen Yasinsky and more.

Online bidding is currently available until noon on November 15. Get your bids in now!

San Francisco Cinematheque would like to thank Romer Young Gallery and Gallery Paule Anglim for their generous assistance.

With thanks to our sponsors: Bi-Rite Market, Blick Art Materials, Center for New Music, Joseph Phelps Vineyards, Paddle8, Rainbow Grocery Cooperative: A Worker Owned Collective, St. George Spirits, Temescal Homebrewing and Trader Joe's


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When & Where

Center for New Music
55 Taylor Street
San Francisco, CA 94102

Saturday, November 15, 2014 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PST)

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San Francisco Cinematheque

San Francisco Cinematheque was founded in 1961 in the rural community of Canyon, California, by Bruce Baillie, Chick Strand and a handful of other young, idealistic filmmakers eager to provide alternatives to mainstream cinematic conventions, philosophies and discourse.

Steadfastly loyal to this initial vision of celebrating artist-made avant-garde/experimental film and video works in regular public screenings, Cinematheque has grown over these last fifty-five years into the premier proponent and presenter of experimental film, video and related new media and performance work in the United States.

An internationally recognized institution, the mission of San Francisco Cinematheque is to tirelessly champion and advocate for artist-made film, video and related media and to see such works recognized as a crucially important part of the larger cultural landscape.

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