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Art for Avalos: An Art Auction to Benefit the Avalos for Mayor Campaign

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I’ve already come out and personally endorsed John Avalos for Mayor of San Francisco.  I really do believe this is the dude for our city.  But even if you’re like, “Man, I don’t really give a fuck Stuart, just tell me where the cheap shit is” you should go to this anyways.  Why?  Because you’ll have the chance to bid on art by some amazing local artists.  Plus you could win a date with Jane Kimswoon!

Here’s all the details:

On Friday, October 28th the San Pancho Art Collective and the Avalos for Mayor Campaign will present Art for Avalos: An Art auction fundraiser at the Incline Gallery to benefit the Avalos for Mayor Campaign.

When: Friday October 28th 6-9pm

Where: The Incline Gallery 766 Valencia at 19th

This event will feature both a live and silent auction, as well as a celebrity date auction.

Soulful musical stylings by DJ Primo of Oldies Night and DJ Carnita of Hard French fame.

Cash bar and food by Traveling Takoyaki.

Confirmed Artists Include:

Barry McGee
Victor Reyes
Amy Trachtenberg
Matt Gonzalez
Hugh Leeman
Sandra Yagi
Nicole Aptekar
Chris Lux
Brad Alder

Win a date with:

Supervisor Jane Kim
John Avalos and Karen Zapata
(current confirmations)

Celebrity Auctioneer: Chicken John Rinaldi

John has made empowering neighborhood and community artistic identities a cornerstone of his campaign for Mayor. From John: “Everyone in our City in every neighborhood should have access to culture; San Francisco has a diverse population and our cultural experiences should adequately represent that population. Community arts and culture play an enormous role in fostering our neighborhoods and keeping families in our City. Nurturing community involvement through the arts has been a top priority for me throughout my years of public service.

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