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Art Impact featuring Vernon Davis, San Francisco 49ers
Thursday, May 13, 2010 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, CA
a conversation with
Vernon Davis of the San Francisco 49ers
Thursday, May 13, 2010
Sponsored by the San Francisco Arts Commission and the San Francisco Unified School District, Art Impactis a new speaker series featuring high profile personalities whose lives have been impacted by the arts. 49er tight end Vernon Davis will kick off the series and reveal his artistic side in a conversation about his background in studio art and his love of art history.
The event is FREE and space is limited. In order to guarantee a space, please register by clicking on the orange button at the top of this page.
Following the talk, join us for an exclusive cocktail party at Morton's The Steakhouse from 8:00-11:00 p.m. Tickets are $125 and all proceeds will benefit the Vernon Davis Visual Arts Scholarship Fund. The scholarship will provide financial support to a San Francisco youth interested in pursuing a career in the visual arts.
For more information, to purchase tickets to the fundraising event or to make a donation, please visit CLICK HERE.
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San Francisco Arts Commission
The arts are essential to making San Francisco the dynamic city it is, the favorite of visitors from around the country and around the world—and a treasure for those of us fortunate enough to live here. Our overarching goal is access. Our programs make the arts available to each and every person in San Francisco, each program in its own unique way—from the murals and monuments under the care of the Civic Art Collection, to the dance and theater productions funded by Cultural Equity Grants, to the teen poets’ work published by WritersCorps. Take some time to explore our site, and you’ll learn a lot about what we do and how you can participate. Over time, we hope you will get to learn about the incredible staff of this agency—artists and arts administrators deeply committed to public service.