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Leap Arts in Education - Creative ArtBar 2018

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111 Minna Gallery

111 Minna St.

Zappa Room

San Francisco, CA 94105

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Imagination knows no bounds.

Hosted by Leap Arts in Education, Creative ArtBar is an annual benefit for Bay Area students. Come drink, dance, drum and paint with us!

Creative ArtBar brings the Bay Area’s best teaching artists and their innovative workshops to you for an unforgettable night. Tickets cover food, drinks, live-painting, and all activities. All proceeds go toward Leap's program costs, teaching artist wages, and art supplies.

Join us for a night of drinks, drumming, painting and photography!

111 Minna Zappa Room

Venue: Established in 1993, 111 Minna Gallery is a space for rising artists, bar, and café; by night, it transforms into a public and private event venue.

Sirron Norris Artwork

Live-Painting: Sirron Norris is a San Francisco based artist and illustrator whose work graces the walls of Zuckerberg San Francisco General's Pediatric Emergency Room, and millions of silver screens. The artist behind a San Francisco heart, Bob’s Burgers, and a mural in historic Balmy Alley, Sirron is one of the most prolific and philanthropic artists in the Bay Area. Norris will live-paint an original piece to be auctioned at the end of the evening.

Manolo Davila

Drumming: Manolo Davila drums, plays guitar, dances, raps, and belongs to progressive rock bands Next Level and Soltrón SF. Featured in San Francisco’s Carnaval parade for over 20 years, he has studied Afro-Brazilian, Haitian, Cuban, West African and Congolese dance. He also works extensively with kids and teaches Latin Dance and Rhythm & Percussion for Leap.

Photography: Emilio Bañuelos is an award-winning international photographer, educator and filmmaker. He has worked in Mexico, Panama, and throughout the United States. As an educator, he's worked with the Academy of Art, SF MOMA and the University of Coahuila's School of Communication. The co-founder of Black Boots Ink, he supports rising artists and collaborations about life's rituals and the pursuit of happiness. He teaches Mixed Media at Leap.

Architecture: Born and raised in Italy, Serena Zanello is an architect, interior designer, educator and founder. She has studied in Italy at the Politecnico di Torino, Pininfarina Extra S.r.l, and in Montpellier, France. She has assisted in judging the Sandcastle Classic and teaches Architecture and Design at Leap.

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Sirron Norris

Sirron Norris is a San Francisco based artist and illustrator whose work graces the walls of Zuckerberg San Francisco General's Pediatric Emergency Room, and millions of silver screens. The artist behind a San Francisco heart, Bob’s Burgers, and a mural in historic Balmy Alley, Sirron is one of the most prolific and philanthropic artists in the Bay Area. Norris will live-paint an original piece to be auctioned at the end of the evening.

Suzy Barnard In The Moment

Local artist Suzy Barnard is a dual citizen of the United Kingdom and United States, she arrived in the Bay Area in 1981 with a drive to navigate the waters of professional painting. She has a BFA and MFA in painting from the University of Bristol and San Francisco Art Institute.

James Leonard

James C. Leonard is a prolific "colorist" and visual artist whose paintings invite the eye to move across the canvas, using an "extended palette knife" for a uniquely textured effect. Leonard's work has featured in exhibitions across the country and California.

Anthony Mogli Maureal

Teaching artist Anthony "Mogli" Maureal became a photographer after his photo of Macchu Pichu won $1,000 in a contest. Since graduating from Ex’pression College for Digital Arts with a degree in Sound Arts, Mogli has photographed myriad continents, landscapes and events as well as working in film. A Rhythm & Percussion teaching artist for Leap, Mogli performs and produces music, constantly using creativity as a means to evolve as a person and artist.

Stay tuned...more teaching artist and workshop info to be announced!

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