Bones: 20th Street Corridor Crawl
Food: Tickets $5 or 3 for $12
Beer: By donation
Join SoEx for five interactive projects all exploring bones. Make a wish on a wishbone with Erin Johnson. Name that bone with Eileen G. Harrington, Manager of Naturalist Center Information Services & Operations at the California Academy of Sciences, who identifies and describes bones from their collection. Hear Erik Scollon discuss the origins of bone china and porcelain and drink tea served using bone china. Taste Brendan Thomas’ bone marrow mousse spread on Josey Baker bread with custom made beef bone spreading knives. See the 'Encrusted Scrimshaw' from the Chadwick's Family Collection, currently on view in one of SoEx’s exhibitions, Selected Shipwrecks. Also on view at SoEx are new projects by Aaron Maietta, The Chadwicks and Soft Turns.
More About the Bones: 20th Street Corridor Crawl
Wander over to the emerging 20th Street cultural corridor for a night exploring all things related to bones. Think wishbones, scrimshaw, talismans, archeology, contemporary art, evolution, marrow and more! Collaborating partners include 500 Capp Street Foundation, Kadist Art Foundation, Meatpaper, Rebar Group, Southern Exposure, Salumeria and THE THING Quarterly. This event is inspired by Meatpaper's special theme issue 16 investigating bones.
Download a Printable map and descriptions of all Bones Projects here.