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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Feb 26, 2020-
Feb 26, 2020
06:00PM - 09:00PM
Headlands Members Dinner
Members Dinner is a once-a-season opportunity for our Members to savor a family-style meal in our Mess Hall, followed by a gallery tour.
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Headlands Center for the Arts, 944 Fort Barry, Sau
Event Description

 

 
Members Dinner is a once-a-season opportunity for our Members to experience an evening at Headlands through the lens of our artists. Savor a fresh, family-style meal in our historic, artist-renovated Mess Hall, followed by an intimate tour of our winter exhibition, "Tomorrow Is Already Here." This unique evening is a special opportunity to enjoy the company of both artists and fellow Members and experience the impact of your support.
 
Members Dinner is open to members at all levels; in order to welcome as many members as possible, Brainstorm Members may purchase one ticket and Collaborate Members and above may purchase up to two tickets.
 
Questions? Visit our membership page to join, upgrade your Membership, or learn more. Or, contact us directly at development@headlands.org.
 
Note: Dinner will take place in The Mess Hall, on the first floor of Building 944, and is accessible to people with mobility aids. Project Space is located on the third floor of Building 944 and is currently accessible only by stairs.
 
$30 | Open to all Members.
 
Presented by Headlands Center for the Arts.
Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Email: info@headlands.org
Phone: 415-331-2787

 

      

 

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