SEPTEMBER FUN LIST
HEART BEAT COLLECTIVE | 3630 TELEGRAPH AVE. | OAKLAND
Rogue Habits has partnered with On Our Moon for an evening of powerful breathwork. The night will be centered around relieving stress, anxiety and shame through an accupressure session with Mee Ra Rituals, adaptogen drinks from Goldmine, journaling and breathwork with Alex Damour, and a sound bath by Tauwoo. $50
Wednesday, September 4 from 6:45-9:30.
THE COLOR OF BALANCE OPENING
GLASS RICE | 680 8TH ST. STE. 240B | SF
This group show brings together paintings from Ethan Caflisch, woodcuts from Carmen Mcnall, and prints Erin Zhao. Though each artist presents individualized and distinct styles all are rooted in the fundamental importance of color. I’m super excited to see this work and only dream of owning a piece from Ethan!
Opening: Friday, September 6 at 6pm
On View: September 6 - October 12, 2019
LIVING IN PRETEND OPENING
LEGION SF | 808 SUTTER STREET | SF | 6-9PM
Michael Moncibaiz works with form and color in a style that straddles painting, drafting, and graphic design.
Opening: Saturday, September 6 from 6-9pm
GALLERY 16 OPENINGS
GALLERY 16 | 501 THIRD STREET | SF
It’s a triple threat art opening evening at Gallery 16. Artist Jason Middlebrook will be displaying new paintings and steel sculptures in At The End Of The Day.
Alex Zecca’s work focuses on the repetition and form of the line. His meditative process involves drawing thousands of inked lines drawn with a straight edge. These sequences of lines are then cut into strips and colorfully mounted on plywood panels
Graham Holoch’s The Lazy Bug Goes On Vacation is comprised of photographic prints of various sizes placed intuitively throughout the Double Strength gallery.
Opening: Saturday 6 from 6-9pm
On View: September 6 - Oct 25, 2019
HEAD WEST MARKET PLACE
REJUVENATION | 1717D FOURTH STREET | BERKELEY
Head West curates 100 makers and merchants bringing you hand-made goods and found vintage for one day of pop-up shopping amongst the Fourth Street Shops in Berkeley. This outdoor market is always free to attend and kid and pup friendly!
Saturday, September 14 from 11-5
CREATIVE SPACES CONVERSATION
SFMOMA | MUSEUM STORE, FLOOR 2 | 151 THIRD ST. | SF
Meet designers Ted Vadakan and Angie Myung, the husband and wife duo behind the brand Poketo, as they discuss their new book Creative Spaces that explores the lives, homes, and studios of 23 creative. The conversation will be moderated by Jude Sue along with Windy Chien who is featured in the book.
Saturday, September 14 at 2pm. Open to the public. Museum admission not required.
THE WOODS SHOP OPENING
910 VALENCIA STREET | SF
There’s a cute new shop in town and they are celebrating with face-painting for the kids, bagels from Daily Driver SF, coffee from Ritual, crafts with Stemful SF, and Garden Creamery.
Saturday, September 14 from 11am to 2pm.
SONOMA HARVEST MUSIC FESTIVAL
B.R. COHEN WINERY | 15000 SONOMA HWY | GLEN ELLEN
I’ve come to realize that winery music festivals are much more my speed these days. The Sonoma Harvest Music Fest takes place over two weekends and features musicians like Lauryn Hill, Ceelo Green, Chvrches, and Death Cab for Cutie. Doors open at 11am daily. Tickets start at $119
Weekend One: September 14 - 15
Weekend Two: September 21 - 22
WABI SABI BEAUTY | 888 VALENCIA ST. | SF
Holistic mentor Giovanna Garcia will be leading a cacoa ceremony where you will enjoy a warm cacao beverage while learning about the health benefits of the drink. There will be sacred songs and drums, and guided meditation for deeper connection. Tickets $44
Monday, September 16 from 6-8pm
WINDY CHIEN BOOK RELEASE
RARE DEVICE | 600 DIVISADERO | SF
Celebrate Windy Chien’s her new book, The Year of Knots, that shares her personal path to discovery a new knot every day for a year. The book also features 25 gorgeous step-by-step knot and project tutorials (You can pre-order your copy here!)
Thursday, September 19 from 6-8pm