There is something about San Francisco that makes people want to get naked all the time. Tonight, celebrate nudity at Public Works SF with some of the Bay Area’s hottest up and coming artists. Public Work’s Roll Up Gallery is proud to present UNDRESSED, an unusual exhibit of portraits unveiling the human body and crossing the lines between nudity as both erotic and a form of expression.
Check out local artists: William Perls, Chelsea Brown, Robbie Sweeny, Rocky Villanueva, Jung Han Kim, Jualia Russotti, Bianca Chavez during their exhibition from 7-10 pm. Don’t miss the live photo shoot as well as an interactive figure drawing session Remember your sketch pad if you want give it a go and enter the drawing contest ($7 to enter). You can also eat some of my friend Cori Kwon’s awesome Korean food – but, unfortunately, I don’t think she will be serving it in the nude!
Undressed Thursday April 28th FREE from 7:30-9:30pm – $5 after Roll Up Gallery (Public Works) 161 Erie Street (off Mission between Duboce & 14th St.) [Mission]