Your Passport to Great Art

The San Francisco Arts Commission and wonderfully talented cartoonist Jamaica Dyer are teaming up with the Isotope for PASSPORT 2010, a multi-venue art crawl and unique do-it-yourself art collecting experience.

This 2nd annual public art event takes participants on a neighborhood stroll of SF’s sexiest and most stylish venues to collect artist-designed “passport stamps” in a special booklet that, once complete, becomes a limited-edition Moleskine passport art book with original work by some of the Bay Area’s finest artists, both established and emerging.

Of course, my staff and I know a thing or two about the SF Bay Area’s finest artists, and we’re particularly thrilled to be featuring one of our favorites, Jamaica Dyer of Weird Fishes fame. This event kicks off a gallery show featuring lots of Jamaica’s original paintings adorning the Isotope walls into December. I can’t tell you how excited I am to see what she’s going to be dazzling us with!

Featuring Jamaica Dyer @ Isotope
Sunday 10.10.10
Noon – 4pm

More info about PASSPORT 2010 here

We’ve been wanting to do an event with Jamaica for quite some time, what better way to celebrate her beautiful original artwork than with our friends from the SF Arts Commission and all of you?! Come get a stamp!

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