Drone’s Eye View of Mission Bay Fire

Multiple drones have recently been dangerously close to violating Dogpatch airspace. This aggression will not stand, man. Nonetheless, please enjoy the following videos:

Mission Bay Fire – Drone Eye View

Drone’s eye view of Mission Bay fire damage

Beats of the Bayview: March 20th

Beats of the Bayview
4705 Third Street, San Francisco, California 94124
between McKinnon and Palou
Thursday, March 20th, 2014, 5:30-8pm
RSVP on Facebook

Beats of the Bayview

FREE live spoken word and Afro-Peruvian dance performances, featuring young artists from Dr. Charles Drew College Preparatory Academy and Paul Revere K-8 School

Performing Arts Workshop is partnering with the 3rd on Third community arts celebration to bring the Bayview’s talented young performers to the stage! For more information, visit our Facebook event page

About Performing Arts Workshop: Since its founding in 1965, Performing Arts Workshop has been a leading innovator in helping at-risk youth develop critical thinking, creative expression, and learning skills through the arts. Last year the Workshop served over 6,000 Bay Area youth through residencies in public schools, transitional housing facilities, and community centers.

Third Rail Amps Up In December

7×7 said:

The Third Rail, which we’ve mentioned previously, is set for a December opening

Still no info on their web page:
http://www.thirdrailbarsf.com/

Dogpatch Photographer Interviewed

The fantastic local blog indogpatch recently interviewed sometime Howler investigative reporter Sarah Christianson.

There’s No Place Like Home: Meet Photographer Sarah Christianson

Sarah Christianson
Photo by Scott Kline. used without permission

Dogpatch SF Open Studios November 2nd and 3rd

Open Studios
November 2nd and 3rd, 11am to 6pm
SOMA, Tenderloin, Potrero Hill, Dogpatch, Bayview, Portola, Excelsior

RSVP on Facebook

Are you having an open studio but aren’t listed? Please send over an email!
tips@dogpatchhowler.com

Map of studio locations

900 Tennessee Street at 20th Street

Carla Bratt (Mixed Media) #18
http://www.carlabratt.com/

Cody Bratt (Photography) #18
http://www.codybratt.com/

Sirima Sataman (Printmaking) #19
http://www.inkpaperplate.com/

Zannah Noe (Painting) #21
http://www.zannahnoe.com/

American Industrial Center
2325 3rd Street at 20th Street

Craig Mole (Photography) #338
http://www.molephoto.com/

Pat Wipf (Painting) #340
http://www.patwipf.com/

Rory Earnshaw (Photography) #347
http://www.contact49.com/

American Industrial Center (2415 entrance)
Third Street at 20th Street

Sarah Graham (Wearable Art / Jewelry)
2415 3rd Street #258
http://www.sarahgraham.com/

Art Explosion – 3rd Street Studios
1661 Tennessee Street, Suite 3-E at Cesar Chavez

Jackie Lange (Wearable Art / Jewelry) #308
http://www.jackielange.net/

Jennifer de Groat (Wearable Art / Jewelry) #308

Zoe Ani (Painting) #304
http://www.ani2zoe.com/

Dogpatch
Robert Abrams (Ceramics)
1426 Minnesota Street at 26th Street
http://www.robertabramssculpture.com/

Graphic Arts Workshop
2565 3rd Street #305 at 22nd Street

Andrey Semyonov (Printmaking)

http://www.sites.google.com/site/andreysemyonov2/home

Barbara Stikker (Printmaking)
http://www.barbarastikker.com/

Cynthia Milionis (Printmaking)
http://www.cymili.com/art

Eddie Lee (Printmaking)
http://www.sq-i.com/

Gail Morrison (Printmaking)
http://www.gailmorrison.com/

Lise Currie (Printmaking)
http://www.lisecurrie.com/

Noonan Building
Pier 70 at the end of 20th Street past Illinois Street

Adele Louise Shaw (Painting) #321
http://www.adeleshaw.com/

Austin Press (Printmaking) #215
http://www.austinpress.com/

Connie Haris (Painting) #304
http://www.connieharris.com/

Francis Berry (Painting) #106
http://www.francisberry.com/

Karyn Yandow (Photography) 3rd Floor
http://www.karynyandow.com/

Kim Frohsin (Mixed Media)
http://www.kimfrohsin.com/

Marti McKee (Printmaking) #316
http://www.martimckee.com/

Michael Rios (Mixed Media)
Behind Noonan Building
http://www.mvrios.com/

Pamela Axelson (Drawing) #319
http://www.pamelaaxelson.com/

Phillip Hua (Mixed Media) #305
http://www.philliphua.com/

Suzy Barnard (Painting) #304
http://www.suzybarnard.com/

Xavier Viramontes (Printmaking) #316
http://www.mesart.com/xviramontes/

Potrero Hill
820 Rhode Island Street at 20th Street

Doug Sebesta (Photography)
http://dougsebesta.carbonmade.com/

Ruben Joy (Mixed Media)
http://artspan.org/artist/rubjoystudios

Ghost Ship to Dock in Dogpatch for Halloween

Ghost Ship Halloween Sneak Peek Trick or Treat
Saturday, October 26th, Noon to 5pm
Pier 70. Building 12
420 22nd st @ illinois
RSVP at Facebook

A local group called Ghost Ship Halloween has moved their yearly Halloween dance party event to Pier 70, and this year they will be holding an all-ages daytime event immediately prior.

Ghost Ship Halloween says:

GHOST SHIP HALLOWEEN 2013 is proud to unveil our first ever SNEAK PEAK[sic] TRICK OR TREAT

Kids, parents, neighbors, friends!
Join us for an afternoon of all-ages Halloween fun.
Get a sneak peak[sic] of the amazing art of Ghost Ship.

  • HAY MAZE
  • SFFD FIRE ENGINE
  • CARNIVAL GAMES
  • PUMPKIN PAINTING
  • SILENT DISCO
  • SWEET TREATS
  • FOOD TRUCKS

The SF Fire Department will have an engine on hand for viewing and will be available to answer questions from kids.

FREE – ALL AGES – PARENTS & KIDS ENCOURAGED

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26
PIER 70 . BUILDING 12
Noon-5PM / 420 22nd st @ illinois
info: http://ghostshiphalloween.com/sneakpeek

But, the kids aren’t going to hog all the fun, there’s an event for grownups as well.

Ghost Ship Halloween says:

Hold your breath and get ready for a plunge into the Abyss at Ghost Ship Halloween 2013. The city’s most beloved Halloween event is back for a sixth year at an iconic new location, the gigantic Building 12 at Pier 70 in the Dogpatch, San Francisco. For the past five years Ghost Ship Halloween has dropped jaws and thrilled thousands with unparalleled original art installations schemed and built from scratch from recyclable materials and enjoyed for one night only. With past events boasting a Victorian era Ghost Ship, an armada ready steam liner, a high flying Viking ship and an alien space craft hovering over a zombie ghost town, the “Make Big Art” team of artists are hard at work creating a wavy wonderland under the sea. Along with their megalomaniacal schemes, Ghost Ship will again feature original installations by the leaders of the Bay Area’s dynamic large scale production art community, and the world’s most exciting art cars. The soundscape of Ghost Ship will be electrified by multiple stages hosted by top DJ crews and dozens of their finest DJs, all of whom are Bay Area locals. The attendees of Ghost Ship provide the final touch of artwork with original costume culture that raises the bar on pageantry.

21+ ONLY
MUST HAVE PRINT @HOME or HARD TICKET IN HAND
MUST HAVE GOVERNMENT ISSUED ID

Tickets appear to be $50, so make your choices accordingly.

Notice of this event came from the nice folks at Pier 70, who said in an email:

Enjoy historic Building 12 at Pier 70 on Saturday, October 26th, with a daytime, family-friendly Halloween festival and a nighttime art and music festival. Ghost Ship Halloween, produced by Space Cowboys and Sunset SF, has thrilled thousands with unparalleled art installations schemed and built from scratch. This year, they plan to open their doors in the afternoon for a family-friendly sneak peek with special tricks & treats for costumed kids. At night, the building will transform into a wavy wonderland under the sea, featuring original installations by the leaders of the Bay Area’s dynamic large scale production art community, the world’s most exciting art cars, and multiple soundstages hosted by top local DJ crews.

This event and the recent Urban Air Market are part of their plan to “activate” the pier. So far, so good.

Long Bridge Pizza Slated For American Industrial Center

Long Bridge Pizza

A little while ago, Andrew from Haighteration sent over an email:

I just came across a registration for something called Long Bridge Pizza at 2347 3rd Street. It’s dated July 1st, so I’m not sure if it’s news or not, but wanted to pass it your way!

If you weren’t aware, when Oralia’s folded its lunch business into Gilberth’s Rotisserie, the vacant space was quickly snapped up with the intent of opening a pizza-by-the-slice shop.

It looks like that’s moving along, as the proprietors have set up a domain. At the moment their menu looks a little heavy on the “Mediterranean Pizza with Goat Cheese” options, but any site with this much lorem ipsum text is obviously incomplete.
http://longbridgepizza.com/

Unfortunately their email address does not appear to work and I am terrified of phoning pizza places, so they were unavailable for comment.

“Homeplace” Book Signing at Gilberth’s

“Homeplace” Book Signing
Gilberth’s Rotisserie & Grill
2347 3rd St
San Francisco, California 94107

September 15th, 2013 1-3pm
(optionally) RSVP on Facebook

Sarah Christianson, photographer, artist, and author, will be signing her new book “Homeplace” this Sunday from one to three in the afternoon. Ms. Christianson is a Dogpatch resident and her indiegogo fundraising effort was featured on this very blog just over a year ago. Her (our!) efforts were successful, and the book has surpassed our expectations.


Homeplace

Sarah says:

Please join me at Gilberth’s Rotisserie on Sunday, September 15 from 1-3pm for a special neighborhood book release party!

I’ll be signing copies of my newly published photography book, Homeplace, which documents my family’s 4-generation farm in North Dakota and also traces its roots to Norway. More info & images from the project are available on my website: www.sarahchristianson.com

Publisher: Daylight Books
Book specs: Clothbound, hardcover, 8×10 inches, 108 pages (80 photos!), with an introduction by Arnold Alanen

Hors d’oeuvres will be served, and there will be a cash bar for beer & wine. Please stop by & get your copy!

Farms Turned to Pasture Feneshaugen

Sarah’s photos of Norway and North Dakota are beautifully printed within. They are joined by an essay by Professor Emeritus Arnold R. Alanen, who illuminates the emigration of her Norwegian ancestors and their work to make a home of the homestead.

The Professor Emeritus says:

Quite obviously, the Christiansons and tens of thousands of other Norwegians who settled in the Red River Valley and the entirety of North Dakota were not searching for a physical environment that reminded them of their homeland. Instead, the settlement decisions of most immigrants were driven by economic concerns. Christianson and his compatriots recognized that “if one wanted free land with the potential of reasonable agricultural production, [then] there was no other place to go.” By the late nineteenth century North Dakota represented “the farmer’s last frontier.”

Soybean Harvest

A signed edition of the book is available for purchase online.

http://sarahchristianson.bigcartel.com/product/pre-order-homeplace

Magnolia Teases Us Again

Another day, another making-of video for the new Magnolia brewery:

Magnolia Dogpatch Volume 3 from Oct28 Productions on Vimeo.

Their PR person (or at least someone claiming to be their PR person) suggested that an October opening might not be out of the realm of possibility for the new space.

Drawn to Dogpatch

Not-neighbor (but neighbor in spirit?) Chandler O’Leary visited not too long ago, sketchbook in hand, and just the other day posted the results to her travel sketchblog.

Chandler says:

It’s the kind of place where the residents are deeply invested in their neighborhood: many of the local business owners live right there, and everyone is passionate about Dogpatch’s history, pride and charm.

Thanks, Chandler!