Live Painting, Live Fashion

This Sunday in the Mission, a designer co-op (the Mission Statement) hosts a block party in the Mission- local businesses show their clothes & beats & breakdancing. Sounds very cool. Beforehand trot over to Fabric8 on 22nd and check out the mural done by Brian Barneclo, and he’s also doing live painting.

Briefly: Sunday, from 3-7PM, The Mission Statement celebrates its opening with their First Annual Fashion Show & Block Party on Lexington Street between 18th and 19th Streets.

Lengthily: It’s a fashion show featuring clothing and jewelry by local designers such as Yugala (formerly of AMS and Saffron), Minnie Wilde, Zoe Bikini, and Honey McMoney (formerly Phobos & Deimos and University of Fuck). There will also be a performance by SFC Double Dutch, spoken word by Anthem Salgado & Kentura, and music by local DJs.

Brian Barneclo has started work on a mural in the fabric8 garden, which will be unveiled during the Brian Barneclo Mural/Painting Party next Sunday, June 22, from 1-5PM.

He will also be painting live a series of interconnected pieces, which will be available for purchase as soon as they’re done. There will be recent works for sale, an art give-away, refreshments, and many more things.

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