I just spotted this announcement on sfgirlbybay, one of my favorite blogs. I thought I would pass it along!
"Save the date of March 11, 2009! The San Francisco Film Society's SF360 Film+Club is presenting the long-awaited film, Handmade Nation at Mezzanine. Handmade Nation, a film by first-time director Faythe Levine is a celebration of do-it-yourself art, craft and design. The film explores the burgeoning art community of indie crafters that is fueled by creativity, determination and networking. In addition to the film, there will a discussion following with panelists, Lisa Congdon of Rare Device, Tina Barseghian, editor-in-chief of Craft Magazine and Stephanie Syjuco, fine artist and professor.
Tickets are $8/SFFS year-round members, and $12/general, available at the SFFS (viewers must be 21+ to attend).
Date: Wednesday, March 11, 7:30pm
444 Jessie Street
San Francisco 94103
Doors open at 7pm.
NOTE: The wonderful Handmade Nation poster was done by artist Kate Bingaman-Burt!"