Street Art Themed Show Raises Money for Children With Autism
If you are in San Diego for the big “Viva la Revolución” Opening at MCASD then stop by Saturday night at Edgeware Gallery’s “Out From the Underground”. The show is a fundraiser for children with autism and features some of the same artists in the museum but you can actually buy these pieces. BSA’s own Jaime Rojo, street art photographer, will be showing some of his urban archaeology photography (above) in addition to his street art shots.
Thanks to the tireless efforts of David Gillerman and Joshua Bellfy this street-art themed show will be a highlight of the weekend — especially with live painting by spraycan monster Chor Boogie.
Edgeware Gallery is run under the auspices of the Autism Research Institute. 100% of the net profits from art sales go to fund autism research. At Edgeware, talented West Coast artists are exhibited alongside Mark Rimland, Edgeware’s gifted resident artist with autism. Included in this show are Acamonchi, Brett Amory, Kathleen Blavatt, Chor Boogie, Kim Maria Cruz, Michael Cuffe, Kimberly Davis, Shepard Fairey, Nicholas Gecan, Robert Harris, Emily Jaworski, Robert Lebsack, Ben Liddi, Sam Martin, Kevin Meyer, Tara Nichole, Nathanel Osollo, Penny, Charles Perera, Bill Pierce, Mark Rimland, Jaime Rojo, Romany WG, SkEm oNe, Bryan Snyder, Caryn Southward, Kirsten Starcher, Michael Starkow, Johnny Taylor, Frank Vicino, Eric Wixon, D Youung V
Out From Underground:
Opening: July 24, 2010 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Regular Hours: Wed, Fri : 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Sat, Sun : 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Runs: July 24 to September 17, 2010
Edgeware Gallery: 4186 Adams Ave, San Diego, CA 92116 (619) 534-8120
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