WHO: The Human Factory
WHAT: Art & Music Exhibition
WHERE: Gallery & Bar 4n5, 863 Mission @ 5th, SF
WHEN: November 17, 2012, 5pm-12am
COST : Free
An eclectic collection of local emerging painters, printmakers, sculptors, dancers, actors, illustrators , jewelry designers and filmmakers is what you can expect as you walk into Gallery & Bar 4N5 on November 17. The Human Factory opens its doors at 5pm for Happy Hour, and features live painting and music until midnight. The event is free.
The Human Factory is being co-produced by local art collective Cloudship Creative and theatre company PianoFight Productions.
PianoFight, widely known for their sketch comedy productions, has broadened its focus to include dancers, filmmakers and artists who will help breathe life into the space at the 4N5.
This will be Cloudship Creative’s inaugural show since the group’s founding in 2011. The collective is made up of recent alumni of the San Francisco Art Institute, as well as husband and wife team, Andy & Ariel Hansen-Strong.
The partnership between the two groups stems back to an outdoor theatrical production,Roughin’ It, which is produced annually at the Tomales Bay Oyster Company. Before, during and after Roughin’ It 2011, Cloudship artists hand-screened t-shirts to order as part of the show. A little over a year and 5 t-shirt runs later, the visual artists will let their work take center stage.
Gallery & Bar 4N5 is located at 863 Mission near 5th St (next to Good Vibrations.)
The Human Factory will feature work from Lynsey Ayala, Hannah Barnard-Henke, Kersey-Barrett-Tormey, Jules Berger, Daniel Burke, David Burke, Gonzalo Desepulveda, Dylan Dingle, Molly Evans, Adam Fischer, Kellie Flint, Brian Gibbs, Danielle Hacker, Ariel Hansen, Alex Jenkins, Amy Locke, Ken Reichl, Rafael Roy, Emma Shelton, Andy Strong, Evan Winchester, & Duncan Wold.
Posted November 5, 2012 at 11:11 am