Summer is finally arriving and on Saturday, June 1st, Lower Haight will be celebrating with its annual Summer Art Walk from 4-9PM. With art shows, live music, food and drink specials, and discounts galore throughout the neighborhood, there will be plenty to do and see. Drop by and say hello at our Upper Playground Fillmore location and check out the opening of Wendell McShine’s new solo show, Raccoon’s Law opening on the same day at Fifty24SF Gallery.
Barcelona artist, ARYZ in preparation for his 1st US solo exhibition in San Francisco at Fifty24SF Gallery. The show will open tonight at 7PM.
Gallery Fifty24SF is located at 218 Fillmore St San Francisco, CA 94117
Show will run from April 19th – May 31st
This Saturday, ZeroFriends is finally having a grand opening of their new SF retail shop just around the corner from our Upper Playground Fillmore location. Open from noon to 7PM, come celebrate St. Patricks day with Alex Pardee, Skinner, Dave Correia, Robert Bowen, N8 Van Dyke, Jon Wayshak, Matt136, Chloe Rice and more!
Saturday, March 16th, from 12 Noon to 7 PM
419 Haight St (Lower Haight, in between Fillmore & Webster) San Francisco
A nice shout out from a Bay Area staple: illustrator Paul Madonna and his “All Over Coffee” column just featured the storefront of the Upper Playground flagship on Fillmore, featuring the undeniably eye-catching work of Rico Deniro. Critter, could work on arrangement.
From The Citrus Report
This Saturday, March 3 from 2—4PM, in celebration of Skinner’s new book, Every Man Is My Enemy, Alex Pardee and Skinner will be signing books at our FIFTY24SF Gallery on Fillmore Street. Pardee’s Zerofriends helped publish the book, along with Upper Playground and Gingko Press. Get there early, come with a book. Or, better yet, Zerofriends will be selling copies of the book, along with other Zerofriends gear. Just a head’s up.
Posted by FIFTY24SF Gallery
As a lot of you know, there was a 4-alarm fire a couple weeks back in an apartment building on the corner of our block at Fillmore x Haight. It resulted in three businesses losing their space indefinitely, Fecal Face having to move their gallery, and 30 residents losing their apartments along with most of their belongings. The amazing thing has been the out pour of support from the neighborhood for the situation, something we’ve been proud to be part of by donating packs of clothes to each of the residents (just because you lose your stuff, shouldn’t mean you no longer get to look good, right?).
But a lot of people still want to help, so at our Fillmore location we have released this tee and all the proceeds will go to the Haight and Fillmore Fire Fund (it’s set up by the neighborhood association and all the fund are going to be divvied between the people who were effected by the fire, tee is available only at the SF Fillmore location). If you’re not in the area and still want to support, the tee is available through the Fire Fund’s website for anyone who donates $100 or above.
Jason and James from our Fillmore store put together some footage of the building next door to us going up in a 3-alarm fire yesterday. All of you that live in SF know that it doesn’t take much for a whole block to burn up in a matter of minutes in this area, so big-ups to SFFD for making sure the Fillmore/Haight block was still standing today.