April 9th and 10th we will be tabling, selling artwork, at the annual Anarchist book fair in San Francisco.  The book fair is officially open from 10am-5pm on both days.  We will be there with Justseeds, the artist co-op we are worker-owners of (there are a total of 25 of us). We encourage folks to come by and check out the artwork. 


SF County Fair Building
Ninth Avenue and Lincoln Way
Golden Gate Park

Getting There & Getting Around:

Walking: You can reach the fair on foot in 10 – 30 minutes from many locations in the Upper Haight, Cole Valley, Richmond or Inner Sunset districts.

Bicycle: Valet bike parking will be provided (more info later)

Bus/Metro: The N-Judah metro line stops at Irving Street and 9th Avenue, a little over 1 block from the County Fair Building (from the N stop, walk north on 9th Avenue 1 block and into the park). Muni offers convenient connections to the park from transit stops throughout the city.  See also the Muni system map

Parking: Music Concourse Garage:  Access to the north entrance of the Music Concourse Parking is from Fulton St @ 10th Avenue.  Assess to the south entrance is at Concourse Dr. & Martin Luther King Dr, inside the park.  (Garage is not 24 hours–check times.)   There’s also quite a bit of time-limited parking along MLK Jr. Drive and side streets within the park.

More info: During some weekend daytime hours, JFK Drive is closed to cars from Stanyan to Park Presidio. The main entrance to the Strybing Botanical Gardens & Arboretum is on South Dr. right next door to the County Fair Building. Their webpage provides some detailed driving directions and parking options.

More about Justseeds:

Justseeds Artists’ Cooperative is a decentralized network of 26 artists committed to making print and design work that reflects a radical social, environmental, and political stance. With members working from the U.S., Canada, and Mexico, Justseeds operates both as a unified collaboration of similarly minded printmakers and as a loose collection of creative individuals with unique viewpoints and working methods. We believe in the transformative power of personal expression in concert with collective action. To this end, we produce collective portfolios, contribute graphics to grassroots struggles for justice, work collaboratively both in- and outside the co-op, build large sculptural installations in galleries, and wheatpaste on the streets – all while offering each other daily support as allies and friends.