Today, the Wonderland SF Gallery opens their doors for new art exhibit, but if you can’t make it tonight, make sure you swing by the newly opened gallery next week for Artists Without Boundaries for Doctors Without Borders: 17 Bags, 17 Artists, One Important Cause
Here are the details:
WHAT:Peasants and Travelers, a San Francisco-based luggage and bag design company, partnered with Swiss born Artist and Producer Romanowski for a silent auction benefiting Doctors without Borders. P&T donated 17 Doctor’s Bags in white canvas. Each artist was allowed full reign to paint, sculpt, or sew on the popular P&T Doctor’s bag. These 17 one-of-a-kind bags will be auctioned off in a unique silent charity auction with all proceeds benefitting Doctors Without Borders.
WHO: Peasants and Travelers and Romanowski, are partnering with other local artists: Alex Uncapher, Andrew Perry, Gonz One, David Choong Lee, Duser, Taiko Fujimura, Ursula Young, Ferris Plock, Paul Hayes, Pete Doolittle, Ben Collison, Mars-1, Greg Pnut Galinsky, Renee Garcia, Ross K Jones, Gianluca Franzese. Wonderland Art Gallery will be hosting this one time event.
WHY: Doctors Without Borders delivers emergency aid to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics, natural and man-made disasters, as well as exclusion from health care. With increasing conflict in countries around the world, these San Francisco artists are using their creativity and skills in a meaningful way to give back to those who need help the most.
WHEN: Silent Charity Auction Event, Saturday, June 12, 6 – 11 p.m. (Note: bags are currently on display at Wonderland Art Gallery to view before the event.)
WHERE: Wonderland Art Gallery, 2929 24th St. (between Florida & Alabama)