Each week, we'll feature an especially interesting event in the neighborhood based on the event submissions we get, and what we hear about while we're out on the beat. If you want to be considered for next week, please submit your event here.
A group art show is taking place this Saturday night at new artist residency The Growlery. The Broderick Street space, which provides a home for one- to three-month stints to a variety of artists, first opened its doors in January, so this is one of the first opportunities that the public will have to take a peek inside.
Titled LOCUS, Saturday's opening features is a collaboration between The Growlery and One Studio, and will feature the work of four artists. Multimedia artist Anna Landa is a current resident at The Growlery, and will be exhibiting some new pieces. Also showing their work will be photographer Nate Page, painter and sculptor Harvey Opgennorth, and sculptor Alexandra Leyre Mein.
Saturday's event will start at 7pm at 235 Broderick St., and run until 11pm. Drinks will be served, and if you get there early, you can catch a panel discussion with Karen and Joe Saracino, and Dennis Digado of Industry Gallery, who will be speaking on the topic of beginning an art collection, including how to identify quality artwork and spend your money wisely on investment-quality pieces.
But before we even get to Saturday evening, there are a bunch of other interesting events taking place in the Divisadero and north of the Panhandle neighborhoods. Here is a roundup of a few things that can't be missed; for more events around the city, visit hoodline.com/events.
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