Saturday, February 9, 2013 7:00–9:00pm
Rock poster fans in the Midwest are in for a treat! This Saturday is the opening reception for Rock On! featuring Gary Grimshaw and Artists for the band Moonalice. This rock poster exhibit will have posters for sale and a signing event, all of which will benefit the PCAC. Everyone is welcome.
Moonalice artists who have artwork featured in this exhibit include Moonalice Art Director Chris Shaw, Alexandra Fischer, David Singer, Chuck Sperry, Ron Donovan, & Darrin Brenner. The complete Moonalice poster series can be viewed online at MoonalicePosters.com
Plymouth Community Arts Council 774 N. Sheldon Road, Plymouth, MI
Our annual Fall Classic, the TRPS Festival of Rock Posters is set to go for Saturday October 13th, 2012 at the San Francisco County Fair Building (aka Hall of Flowers) in beautiful Golden Gate Park.
Featuring rock poster artists and dealers from around the country, this is the biggest rock poster event of its kind anywhere! Those of you who have attended this show in the past know that this is the one not to miss. We bring in the best of the best, and you’ll find everything from vintage psychedelic treasures to the best of the modern silkscreen movement. This year’s version promises to offer another stellar lineup!
The location is at the corner of Ninth and Lincoln on the South edge of the Park, not far from the Haight, the DeYoung Museum, and the Academy of Sciences. There are plenty of great restaurants close by, too. Make it a weekend and bring the family to enjoy the great weather, an awesome poster event, and everything else San Francisco has to offer!
The TRPS Festival of Rock Posters runs from 10:00 am until 6:00 pm. Admission is $10 for the public, and $5 for TRPS members with card. Yes, you can join up (or renew) there and take advantage of the member discount.
Artists & Vendors Lineup
Reggie Williams (Straight Theater)
Tea Lautrec Litho
Dennis Loren & Cahoots Graphics / Blue Moon Posters
Mike Storeim of Classicposters.com
Star Shields (The Oracle)
See you in San Francisco!
(note: Hall of Flowers has been renamed the San Francisco County Fair Building.)