Join Spectrum where civic leaders, mental health professionals, artists, designers, collectors and community supporters come together for a party and art auction to benefit Access Institute and San Francisco’s mental health safety net.
Spectrum will be dedicated to the talented artists who have generously supported Access Institute over the past 5 years. The art auction will feature 75 of the best emerging artists from the Bay Area and the West Coast along with students, graduates and faculty of the California College of the Arts. We will honor two of our artists, James Scott Geras and Daniel Tousignant, for their generous support, belief in our mission and encouraging artists to donate and join our community.
Cost: Individual Tickets $125 When: Oct 23rd at 6-9pm Where: Mezzanine 444 Jessie Street SF For more information go to www.spectrum-sf.org
Music will be provided by special guest Connie Champagne.
Access Institute for Psychological Services provides mental health services to low-income and uninsured residents of San Francisco. This year, Access Institute collaborates with California College of the Arts (CCA) to co-present Spectrum on Sunday, October 19th, 2008 (6 to 9 pm) at Mezzanine in San Francisco. Spectrum has earned a reputation as the best local art auction featuring cutting edge art at affordable prices. The art auction will feature 75 of the best emerging artists from the Bay Area and the West Coast along with students, graduates and faculty of CCA. And new this year, an auction showcase of 20 local designers selected by Irene Hernandez-Feiks of Chillin’ Productions. Special musical guest, Connie Champagne, will delight the crowd channeling, as well as singing, Judy Garland, a performance she has made famous at local venues. Mezzanine, with its loft-like interior, provides an optimal showcase for the art and a sensational atmosphere for the party.
This event is the main funding source for Access Institute for Psychological Services. Your generosity and open hearts will help Access Institute continue to provide mental health services to all in need and to train future therapists interested in public service and committed to helping people live freer and happier lives.