Have your work showcased in the “Art Can Feed” installation at Ramon’s Tailor in November and help feed the 197,000 people in San Francisco who struggle each day to feed themselves and their families. After the show the art will be deconstructed and all of the food will be donated to the St. Anthony’s Foundation.
Things to know:
- Proposal must use at least one nonperishable food can or package which will be donated to St. Anthony’s after the show.
- Any can/package labels must be unaltered/legible in order for donated items to be placed on pantry shelves within the St. Anthony’s, Social Work Center Pantry.
- Email a PDF of your idea (including dimensions and media) to email@example.com.
- Top foods in need are canned meats like tuna, chicken, ham and spam; peanut butter; canned soups; canned fruits; and top ramen.
- Entry fee: None
Deadline for Proposals: Friday, October 21, 2011, 5:30pm.
Selected entrants will be announced on Tuesday, October 25th.
Proposal/Artwork selected for exhibition is to be dropped off Sunday, October 30 from 3-5pm (site-specific installations may be given special days and times)
Show opens Thursday, November 3rd and runs through Sunday, November 27.
The St. Anthony’s Foundation is celebrating 60 years of feeding, healing, sheltering and clothing San Franciscans in need. Their supplemental pantry is unique in that it is set up like grocery store and eligible residents of the Tenderloin and South of Market can pick items directly from the shelves versus getting a pre-packed bag of food. Those eligible include families with at least 1 child under 18 living with them; individuals with a nutritionally related illness (diabetes, cancer, HIV, AIDS, etc.) pregnant women, and seniors 60+. If eligible, clients are able to shop 6 times a year. Learn more about the St. Anthony’s Foundation at: www.stanthonysf.org