Passport 2013

SAN FRANCISCO’S FAVORITE DIY ART COLLECTING EVENT TAKES OVER THE DIVISADERO CORRIDOR

Passport is here again and it's bigger than ever!

Divisadero Corridor

Sunday, October 13 from noon to 4 p.m.

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Passport is fun!

Stamping Day: Sunday, October 13, 2013

Stamping Times: Noon - 4:00 pm

Afterparty: 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm at The Mill (736 Divisidero) and co-sponsored by The Bold Italic!

Home Base: Check in, get your passport, and pick up a map!  Located at the parklet at 1300 Fulton!

Passports are on sale now! Buy yours here today!

Wait, what is Passport?
This unique event allows the public a hands-on art collecting experience by bringing local artists to neighborhood venues where the buyers can “create” a limited-edition artist’s book by collecting original, artist-designed stamps in a customized Moleskine “passport” notebook. Walking throughout the Divisadero corridor from noon to 4 p.m., hundreds of do-it-yourself art collectors will follow a designated route to collect stamps from hot local artists while discovering the small businesses that line the neighborhood.

Who are the artists? 

Michael Arcega, John Bankston, Brian BarnecloClaire Colette, Teraneh Hemami, Dana Hemenway, Sanaz Mazinani, Tahiti Pehrson, Ferris Plock, Favianna RodriguezSarah Smith, Josephine Taylor, Nate Van Dyke, Martin Venezky and William T. Wiley.

What are the Venues?

Here is the OFFICIAL Passport 2013 map!

Magpie & RyeComix Experience, Rare Device, San Franpsycho, Osso & Co.Green Earth Natural FoodsOnyxChile Pies & Ice Cream, The Other Shop, SF Skate Club,  Big Umbrella Studios, Workshop, The Perish Trust, Matching Half Café NEW VENUE ADDED!!! Check out Cut & Sew!

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Jaime Cortez, Passport 2012

   I want to go! How do I get a Passport!

Step 1: Purchase your passport for $25 here. Or avoid the lines at will call and pick one up at the SFAC Main Offices at 25 Van Ness, Suite          345 (@ Oak), Monday - Friday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Step 2: Pick up your passport and event map at will call at Home Base  (Parklet 1300 Fulton @ Divisadero) between 11:30 a.m. and 2 p.m on      Sunday, October 13 come rain or shine.

Step 3: Follow the Passport map to fifteen amazing local business  where artists will be waiting to stamp your passport with an original        artwork. (Note: William T. Wiley’s stamp will be administered by volunteers.)

Our Home Base is located at the parklet at 1300 Fulton.  Maps of the route will be available soon!

Step 4: Allow 2 - 3 hours to complete the route. Bring sunscreen and buy snacks from local vendors. 

 

 

I don't want it to end! Where's the after party? Don't worry, Passport 2013 is here to take care of all of your after party needs. Join us from 4-7 pm at The Mill, co-sponsored by The Bold Italic for some beer, wine, coffee and good times. All ages are encouraged to attend!  The Mill is located at 736 Divisadero St.

I can't go that day but I still want a Passport. Help!
Don't worry, we'll stamp it for you. For $125, collectors can purchase a Concierge Passport; gallery staff will collect all the stamps and mail it to the purchaser’s home.

To purchase please call the SFAC Gallery at 415.252.2568 or email Meg Shiffler, gallery director at meg.shiffler@sfgov.org  The Gallery offers a three-month installment plan as a purchase option. All proceeds go to SFAC Gallery’s programming fund supporting artist honoraria and exhibition costs.

 

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