A PLACE TO GATHER every Thursday, 6:00-10:00pm
This week, we welcome you for an Art Opening. In her latest exhibition, Emily Ritz continues to delve into her world of imagined plant life. Over the past three years she has developed a series of colorful and textural works that depict her plantlike patterns in watercolor, drawing, sculpture and embroidery. Her larger pieces are based on crystal formations which are slight departure from her last works which were based on animals. She uses watercolor and extremely detailed drawing to create these rich landscapes. Emily’s drawings often have a sense of three dimensionality and movement. Her smaller pieces mounted on wood use the same visual language yet are more inspired by traditional botanical studies as opposed to abstract forms reminiscent of a creature or crystal.
Opening Thursday, May 7, 6PM - 9PM
Live music! Crystalline math-folk guitar-loops by a local favorite, Bobey.
Exhibition closes Thursday, June 18, 2015.
18th Hour Café offers a changing weekly menu of craft beer, amazing wine, cheese, charcuterie, salad, soup, and Tartine bread; prices range from $3-$20.
The goal of 18th Hour is twofold: to create a great space in the Mission for people to enjoy, and to support 18 Reasons public programming and community collaborations. Proceeds from 18th Hour support our Cooking Matters Program.
The café features a curated schedule of art exhibits, a growing cookbook library, our instructor-curated retail shop and music.
Registration is optional for this event! Feel free to just drop in.