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Holiday Art Mart & Winter Celebration
Tides Thoreau Center - The Presidio
San Francisco, CA
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We are excited to launch our 1st Annual Holiday Art Mart & Winter Celebration, a space to gather community of friends and loved ones, enjoy great music, sweet treats, and to shop for unique custom-made gifts from many of the amazing artists we know.  An opportunity to celebrate each other in the amazing work that we all do, we hope you can join us!

Diana Chin
Eastwind Books of Berkeley
Erina Kautz
Estelle Akamine
Jade Chocolates (Sat only)
Karla Korazon
Kenshin Sake
Kumiko Mayer
Nervous House Designs
Reiko Fujii
Shari DeBoer
Sharon Tong-Robinson
Steph Dere (Sun only)
Terry Ow-Wing Designs
Tina Kashiwagi
Yume Glass Art
+ more!



12:00pm - Artist Talk: Keiki Fujita
From Eastern tradition and Western education have evolved international artist Keiki Fujitas textile art for over 30 years creating original paintings on silk that she transforms into one-of-a-kind wearable art, accessories, custom interior and environmental creations. Keikis artworks have been documented at the de Young Museum in the Textile Art Council, Obiko Artwear Archives project, commissioned by the Asian Art Museum, sold in boutiques and galleries across the country and in Japan and Europe. Her works are appreciated by many, including Linda Rhonstadt, the late Elizabeth Taylor, Whoopi Goldberg, Marilu Henner, Sela Ward, and Robert Plant of Led Zeppelin. Hear where Keiki's journey is headed next.

12:00pm-4:00pm - Demo: Intuitive Energy Healing with Amy Grace Lam
Amy Grace Lam, Ph.D., is an intuitive energy healer and coach dedicated to social justice and personal-collective-intergenerational healing. Amy facilitates people to connect more deeply to their inner wisdom and find alignment in their body-mind-spirit. Amys work integrates all three levels: spiritual (shamanic-ancestral), somatic (Chinese acupressure tapping) and mental (psychology) to support deep healing. Her goal is to empower people to find home within themselves. To learn more about Intuitive Energy Healing:


12:00pm - Workshop: Aedan Fermented Foods | Workshop Registration:
Aedan brings Japanese fermented foods that are essential to flavor and health of every traditional Japanese meal. Our cornerstone product is hand-crafted fresh koji (Aspergillus oryzae). Koji is a natural, enzyme-rich ingredient that is the starter to make miso, sake, amazake, shiokoji, mirin and vinegar. Aedan provides a variety of products based on this hand-crafted koji. We use only organic non-GMO ingredients. Using Aeden's fresh artisanal koji products you can create so many nourishing meals loaded with umami.

1:00 pm - Music Performance: Faith Ako
Bay Areas premier female artist in Traditional/Contemporary Hawaiian music for more than a decade, Faith Ako has long graced the West Coast with her versatile voice. She won two Hawaiian Music Awards and a Hawaiian genre Grammy entry in 2010. A longtime resident of Northern California, Faith has been performing and preserving Hawaiian Music for more than a decade. She has brought her deep soul tones and island blends to appreciative audiences throughout Sonoma County, the greater Bay Area, Southern California and her home state of Hawaii.

2:00 pm - Artist Talk: Steph Dere
Steph Dere is a freelance Story Artist working in feature animation, advertising, and game industries. Companies and projects include: Madagascar 3, Tonko House, Got Milk, and Zynga mobile games. Steph will broadly discuss her journey with art: the early years, going to art school at 30, my experience in the animation and game industry, and how to keep working as an artist. instagram: @stephsketch

4:00 pm - Music Performance: Tamiko and Charlie
Since their chance meeting at a cafe, singer-songwriter Tamiko Wong and musician-storyteller Charlie Chin have become involved in a musical partnership. Tamiko, who has served as an arts administrator and state commissioner, became a mother and a complete life revolution was set into motion. Charlie is one of the pioneers of Asian American Music and with Nobuko Miyamoto and Chris Iijima, produced the first album of Asian American music, "Grain of Sand" in 1973. Already popular at various venues in San Francisco's Chinatown and Japantown, under the name "Tamiko and the Naughty Potatoes," Tamiko & Charlie perform at open mics, sing-alongs, and community events. Drawing on Chinese, Japanese, Latin American, and California traditions, they offer a musical program that reflects America today.
Saturday Dec 09, 2017 11:00 AM - Sunday Dec 10, 2017 11:00 AM | $10.00 - $20.00


Tides Thoreau Center - The Presidio (View)
1012 Torney Ave
San Francisco, CA 94129
United States


Arts > Fashion
Arts > Visual
Food > Sweets
Music > Ambient
Other > Fundraisers
Other > Holiday

Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: Yes!
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!


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