Celebrate a Decade of Art with the Fecal Face After Party Tomorrow Night

Ain't no party like a... oh, you get it.

If there’s one thing being broke in San Francisco teaches you, it’s that art parties aren’t just for hoity-toity, chardonnay-sipping museum donors. Gallery shows and openings are usually small-scale deals, but I can’t remember the last time I went to one and didn’t end up polishing off a couple free drinks. Naturally then, I like to keep an eye on the local art scene so I can manage a halfway intelligent conversation at these events and if there’s been one consistently amazing source of local art news it’s been the notorious and hilariously named FECAL FACE DOT COM, who are holding their 10 Years of Fecal Face Dot Com show at The Luggage Store Gallery starting tomorrow at 6pm and running through October.

More importantly though, is the opening night After Party at Mezzanine where a mere $8 suggested donation gets you the chance to win some artwork as well as the warm fuzzy feeling that comes from supporting the arts. (They do make it a point to mention no one will be turned away for lack of funds, but freeloaders don’t get raffle tickets.) Setting the soundtrack for drinking with San Francisco’s artistic minds will be music from Kelley Stoltz, Ty Segall and Sonny Smith of Sonny and the Sunsets.

Fecal Face 10 Year After Party
Friday, September 10, 9pm – 2am
Mezzanine
444 Jessie St [SoMa]
$8 Suggested Donation gets you a raffle ticket with a chance to win original works from Jeremy Fish, artist prints or clothing from Upper Playground.

More info at FecalFace.com or RSVP on Facebook

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Andrew Dalton - Aggressive Panhandler

Andrew is an East Coast transplant from Virginia hamming it up in San Francisco without any intention of leaving. Having worked every typical job from Bike Shop Employee to Bartender to Ad Agency Hotshot, to Dotcom Layoff he now busts his ass covering the "weird things to do" beat for gracious local audiences at SFAppeal.com and rallies the Western Addy/Lower Haight/Panhandle neighborhoods into action at AggressivePanhandler.com. His work was published in a real, paper magazine one time. One day he might even figure out how to make money from it.

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