EVENTS
 

October 1: First Saturdays at Minnesota Street Project (11am-8pm)

On the first Saturday of the month Minnesota Street Project will offer extended hours to visit galleries, staying open until 8pm.

First Saturdays at Minnesota Street Project
October 1, 2016 6pm-8pm
1275 Minnesota Street
San Francisco, CA 94107

October 8: Reclaimed Artist Reception (1pm-4pm)

Join us as we celebrate with the artists who have transformed materials from waste to art and learn more about how creative reuse has benefited our community.

Artist Reception
October 8, 2016, 1pm-4pm
San Francisco Arts Education Project Gallery
1275 Minnesota Street, 2nd floor
San Francisco, CA 94107

October 20: SCRAP40 Gala (7:30pm-10:00pm)

Coupled with the Reclaimed exhibition, SCRAP will also host SCRAP40, an evening gala celebrating the history of SCRAP and its commitment to the arts, education, and the environment. This "fancy, yet casual" mixer will include artists, educators, and other fabulous SCRAP supporters. Fine wines and brews will compliment multi-cultural food. Interactive demonstrations of art and crafts made from reused materials will add to the fun. Entertainment will be provided by the renowned SF School of the Arts Jazz Combo. The evening will be punctuated with brief presentations by authorities on reuse, the environment and education and will conclude with a ceremony recognizing SCRAP’s visionary founder and Jefferson Award winner, Anne Marie Theilen. The celebration will be held at the newly renovated, historic, Bayview Opera House.

SCRAP40: I love that place!
October 20, 2016, 7:30pm-10:00pm
Bayview Opera House
4705 Third Street
San Francisco, CA 94124
October 20, 2016, 7:30pm-10:00pm
Tickets: $25-$200, available at www.scrap-sf.org

October 23: Minnesota Street Project Community Day (11am-4pm)

During Art Span’s Dogpatch Open Studios weekend MSP Minnesota Street Project will host a free Community Day from 11am-4pm.  Special installations by Dianne Platner, in partnership with Imperfect Produce, will redefine the cosmetic standards for fruits and vegetables by highlighting the beauty and flavor of produce previously deemed as waste. Live yarn bombing demonstrations by Noemesha Williams will brighten the atrium of Minnesota Street Project and visitors will have the opportunity to practice their own creativity with SCRAP Hats, family friendly creative reuse workshops held throughout the day. A lineup of performances will also take place in the atrium including music by Don Prell and his recycled cello, dj sets by Jim Collins, and robotics presentations. Reclaimed will be open for its final day of viewing on Community Day.

Community Day
October 23, 2016, 11am-4pm
Minnesota Street Project
1275 Minnesota Street
San Francisco, CA 9410