Come to a free night of rare Chuck Sperry art, Lagunitas beer, and killer food.
All inside the very amazing, historical SF landmark we’re all trying to save—Firehouse 8.
Entrepreneurial SF artist Teresa Nittolo and crew have been putting everything they have into restoring, preserving, and turning the old Firehouse 8 building into a grand community arts center. But after so many fees from the SF Planning and Building Depts, not to mention the inherent headaches of a 1917 building, they’re needing some financial help—or the project won’t happen at all.
Come to the Firehouse art opening at OgilvyWest Thursday night. Showing new, rare, and killer hand-screened prints from Firehouse Kustom Rockart Co. Pouring ice-cold Lagunitas. And rolling a huge chunk of American Artifact. RSVP here.
Then catch the premier at the Red Vic Movie House on Haight. (Make sure to ask for brewer’s yeast on your popcorn … Sooo good.)
Mark your calendars now: June 4. Legendary silkscreeners Firehouse Kustom Rockart Company will present an overview of their most recent hand-printed poster work, in the second installment of OgilvyWest SF’s Gallery Series. Featuring:
The Firehouse Goldenvoice Series #1–40 (Warfield and Regency shows)