Wednesday, April 6 from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m.
Bay Area Anarchist Salon & Potluck
The Bay Area Anarchist Salon, a monthly facilitated conversation by and for anarchists, features a specific question, which we then answer together, and a potluck meal. Bring food, drink, or dessert to share!
QUESTION: “How are austerity cuts impacting you and others in your region/city, and what are you doing or what would you like to be doing to address them?”
FORMAT THIS MONTH: Rather than a few initial respondents kicking off …the discussion, we’ll ask you for updates on austerity cuts from places around the United States and a variety of ideas to resist them, since we’re hoping to have many out-of-towners at the salon due to the Bay Area Anarchist Bookfair. So come prepared to share your analysis and creative strategies, and join in a conversation with other anarchists.
$2-5 donations toward Station 40’s community events fund are greatly appreciated (but no one turned away for lack of funds)
Sunday, April 3 from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Double Bill: Movies on Hawaii
Titles and details to come soon!
Friday, April 1 from 7:00 to 11:00 p.m.
Art Opening: Larence Waters’ Solo Show
Come out to Larence Waters’ first solo opening. This opening will feature various lettering projects, hand-painted roses, screen-printing pieces, and other various mixed-media gems.
The idea behind this show is that of a fund-raiser to help Larence get the necessary tattooing equipment he needs to remain a solid pillar in the tattooing community. All artwork will be his own original pieces that are humbly priced for any level of collector or enthusiast. So come out on April first to show support for one of San Francisco’s local artists at Station 40. Thanks.
Tuesday, March 29 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Eyewitness Report Back on the Egyptian Revolution
Andi Walden, Bay Area anarchist roganizer and student of Middle Eastern studies, will give a report back on her experiences being among the people of Tahrir Square and revolutionary Cairo. She will provide a brief history and analysis of the uprisings in Egypt and elsewhere in the Middle East, and place these conflicts within the broader context of austerity measures and neoliberalism felt globally. (Possible additional surprise speaker too.)
$2-5 donation to benefit Station 40′s event infrastructure fund
(but no one turned away for lack of money)