Don't forget about our Rated G hip hop party for kids on Sunday! It should be tons of fun ... and we also get to celebrate the fact that a little over 40 years ago African-Americans could hardly vote and now one is our future President! Go America!
Here are two more fabric8-related events, both happening on Saturday, November 22.
Small Works for Great Minds by Romanowski Opening @ fabric8, November 22, 5-9PM: An all-new collection of works by Romanowski will feature his signature found object assemblages on a smaller scale, offering the same sense of style, humor, and design. Small Works for Great Minds completes a remarkable year for Romanowski, during which he has had three solo shows, including a 10-Year Retrospective, as well as a three-man show at Upper Playground.
Romanowski is a Swiss-born artist, musician, and DJ who has made San Francisco his home since 1988. His keen sense of style and extraordinary talent for vintage shopping has made him one of the most sought-after DJs and collectibles hustlers this side of Zurich. His artwork includes top-notch spray stencil pieces and shadow box installations that are coveted by music and design aficionados around the world.
Small Works for Great Minds will be on display until December 21.
Bindlestiff Fundraiser and Tulay Art Show @ I-Hotel Manilatown Center, 868 Kearny Street SF, November 22, 6-10PM: Bindlestiff Studio and the Manilatown Heritage Foundation present the 2nd Annual Bindleball celebrating Filipino art and community. Entertainment includes DJs, dancers, and vendors.
It is also the Opening for "Tulay", a Filipino and Filipino-American art exhibit curated by James Garcia (Heavy Hitterz) and featuring the likes of GEM, gaNyan, Stuter, and Peabe.