If you’re in the Bay Area, there’s just a ridunkulous amount of stuff going on this month — here’s just a few:
Support handmade goodies at the Renegade Craft Fair, Sat & Sun, 11 – 7pm, Fort Mason, SF. It’s a free urban art, craft and DIY wonderland, and it’s great to be right on the waterfront on a sunny day.
There’s still a few days left of the Crucible’s Fire Arts Festival. SF Weekly described it thus: the kind of event that makes you think, “Ah, so this is why I still live in the Bay Area. I mean, after the high cost of living crushed all my dreams.” The Oakland Fire Dept. will be standing by, you know, just in case.
The Pacific Film Archive is having a tribute to amaaaazing Japanese master animation director Hayao Miyazaki. He’s even making a rare state-side appearance as part of the program, and you can see these fantastic films on the big screen.
And Friday, July 24th, from 7-11pm, it’s the grand opening of 63 Bluxome Street Gallery, conveniently located at 63 Bluxome Street in San Francisco. The opening exhibit is by Clam Lynch!