Deborah Allbritain 6:30 a.m., April 1
Roots Factory Fundraiser - August 20
After over a year of providing free events and workshops, the Roots Factory, a Barrio Logan “design and print house, think tank, and art collective,” will be holding a fundraiser on Saturday, August 20 hosted by San Diego’s number one door dude, Poppa Dread.
The silent art auction features work by Lalo Alcaraz, Brandon Roth, No Comply, Waist Not Want Not, Mike Maxwell, Kar Gawd, and many others.
Live music from Agua Dulce, Cualli, Jesse Crucial, Ikah Love, and more.
From the website:
“The Roots Factory is a grass-roots organization that was founded by local San Diego artists Bob Green & Ana Brown. The Roots Factory is a conscious screen printing shop. We host regular screen printing classes and workshops. We also have an intern program, where people get on the job training running a multi purpose art space…
The Mission of the The Roots Factory is to foster a space that promotes global consciousness through a message of peace, protest and collectivity by employing a provocative blend of cultural imagery and music. Creating logos, t-shirt designs, posters, website design, custom printing, online / guerrilla marketing, and event planning, interactive art workshops…
The Roots Factory also operates as a gallery and musical performance arts center. We showcase local and international, artists and musicians. Our purpose is to promote culture, tolerance, self-empowerment and awareness. We host regular events where we invite the community to take part in events that combine art & music within a peaceful family setting.”
Tickets are $6 and include a raffle ticket.
Saturday, August 20
Noon to 7 p.m.
The Roots Factory - 1878 Main St. Barrio Logan
More like this:
- 2014 Guide to the Arts in San Diego — Feb. 12, 2014
- Art after dark — Aug. 7, 2013
- The Front's 6th Annual Dia de la Mujer Art Exhibition — March 7, 2013
- Barrio Logan: Roots Factory 3-year anniversary at The Casbah — Jan. 7, 2013
- First annual Barrio Film Festival accepting submissions — Oct. 11, 2012