Centennial Celebration of the Elationists (1907-1915)
The Foundation for the Preservation of Fantastic Possibilities presents
The Centennial Celebration of the Elationists (1907-1915) - A Retrospective of San Francisco's Lost Arts Movement.
SAN FRANCISCO 2007
Dec 7, 8, 13, 14, 15; 8-10p: The Centennial Celebration
$15-35 sliding scale
located at The Foundation for the Preservation of Fantastic Possibilities at 444 Clementina St, San Francisco, CA 94103.
We will be reserving a limited number of tickets reserved for sale at the door each night, but if possible please get your tickets ahead of time to ensure your attendance at the event. Only after online ticket sales end at 5p before each night's event will information on at-the-door tickets be available by calling 415.568.7456 .
This exhibition celebrates the history and works of the Elationists, providing a breathtaking glimpse into the ingenuity and artistry of one of the 20th century's most influential and overlooked movements in art and music.
Born from the ashes of the Great 1906 Earthquake and Fire, the Elationists found hope and possibility, even in catastrophe. At gatherings marked by high spirits, new ideas, and a mildly intoxicating chocolate elixir, these incredible artists transformed their shattered home into artwork and music as stunning now as it was then.
This retrospective treats visitors to the rediscovered collection of Elationist paintings, drawings, photographs, musical instruments, and poetry - complete with a re-creation concert and generous helpings of the Elationists' signature chocolate drink.
The Foundation for the Preservation of Fantastic Possibilities
444 Clementina St
San Francisco, CA 94103
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