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This specially curated exhibition benefitting The ALS Association Golden West Chapter, is my response to my sister’s ALS diagnosis in July of 2020. Sadly, I live too far away to help her on a regular basis, and I wanted to do something meaningful for her and for others who are facing the challenges of ALS. This exhibition is an effort to raise awareness, which, in turn, will help fund research to more effectively diagnose, treat, manage, and prevent ALS. Art is empowering, so as an artist, I am leaning into my craft, and collaborating with others to educate and build awareness about ALS.

Location: 

San Francisco Women Artists Gallery

647 Irving Street at 8th Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94122

415-566-8550

Exhibition Event:

  • ALS Education & Awareness Day Open House: Thursday, May 19th from 1:30 - 3:30 pm
    Learn more about ALS and how you can help during this relaxed openhouse-like setting. Let the artwork transport and soothe you during a 30 minute program led by speakers from The ALS Association Golden West Chapter and a few special guests. 
    Program begins at 2 pm. Corner 103 wines, other beverages and light fare will be served




     

  • Collaborative Mandala Art Project, May 3 - 27, 2022:
    When you visit the Artists Salon, be sure to add your personal design to the Collaborative Mandala Art Project. Six different mandala designs invite guests to draw and color with creative patterns. Once complete, the mandalas will be auctioned off at The ALS Association Golden West Chapter's Year End Gala.

     

  • Virtual Collaborative Mandala Project: Click Here for more information or to download your own mandala.

I look forward to meeting you at all of these events. Thank you in advance for your interest in learning more about ALS and how you can help find a cure.

Gallery Hours: 

Thursday through Saturday: 11:30 am to 5:30 pm

Learn about how Hope Lives: Art for ALS came to be in this interview with Allison Johnston (aka - Fuzzy Grapefruit on Instagram) and me in an interview on April 30, 2022. The topic was how to organize an event for a cause with an artistic lens. Where do you start? How do you find support? And why is it so important to schedule days off?

Participating Artists:

Julie Armstrong, painter

Paula Boas, painter

Pam Borrelli, photographer

Janice Coddington Rombaugh, printmaker

Mort Cohn, sculptor & painter

Judith Feins, painter

Kathleen Gadway, painter

Barbara Jacobs, painter, print maker, digital art

Lisa McElroy, collage 

Regina Quinn, encaustic painter

Nancy Roberts, painter

Leslie Shafton, encaustic painter

Melissa Stephens, encaustic painter

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