Imprint.City Produces First Festival in Bayview Hunters Point to Address the Digital Divide

Hello Community Partners,

Attached, please find the press release and high resolution photos for the first annual BayviewLIVE Festival in October. This event is in its first year but our goal is to grow to become a major resource provider for tech education in the Bayview, using the arts to address the digital divide (STEAM personified).

Please share the events amongst your networks and in your publications. I am available to answer any questions you may have and also have additional photos, if needed. Also, please click here to be redirected to our SAVE THE DATE via Facebook where we will be adding bi-weekly updates to highlight the artists, funders and our community partners.

Thanks in advance for assisting the Imprint.City team with promoting this festival. Our goal is 5,000 patrons for our first year. We can do it! Have a wonderful day.

Warmest Regards,

Tyra Fennell

Co-Founder & Executive Director

Phone: 415-857-0638




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BMAGIC Community Calendar 9/1/16




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Enjoy highlights from this week’s publication:

WHO: Apprenticeship SF
WHAT: Career Fair
WHEN: Wednesday, September 7th from 10:00am – 1:00pm
WHERE: ILWU Local 34 Union Hall, 4 Berry Street @3rd & King
CONTACT: Margot Reed, ApprenticeSF at 415-557-4950 or email
NOTES: We are pleased to invite you to attend the City & County of San Francisco Fall 2016 – Trades, Crafts, and Skilled Labor & Career Fair – Exploring Employment and Training Opportunities. This FREE event will: 1) provide you an opportunity to connect with potential employers; 2) ensure high – quality pre-apprenticeships, apprenticeships, and other training program opportunities are available to job seekers, career builders, and SF Bay Area employers; and 3) expose college students, high school students, and Veterans to the many employment opportunities available locally.

WHO: Youth Art Exchange
WHAT: FREE Art Classes
WHEN: First come first serve application process *Mandatory orientation Sept. 12th from 4pm – 6pm
WHERE: Youth Art Exchange, 29 Howth Street
CONTACT/NOTES: Through partnerships with arts organizations and public schools across San Francisco, Youth Art Exchange offers classes that are always free and open to San Francisco’s public high school students. Our Fall 2016 roster of classes includes: Advanced Architecture Firm; Black + White; Film Photography; Dance Team; Digital Beat making in collaboration with SFJAZZ; Introduction to Architecture; Fashion Design; and Printmaking. Students in our Fall session showcase their work at SOMArts as part of the 6th Annual San Francisco Youth Arts Summit in December. Applications are dueSeptember 12 – early enrollment is encouraged, as classes fill up quickly! Learn more and apply online, or stop by our office for an application. To obtain the online application, click HERE!

Save the Date

WHO:  BVHP Parks Collaborative

WHATMovie Nights in Our Parks
CONTACT: or 415-558-2488
WHERE/WHEN: Free family event! Free food for attendees; Free of sugar sweetened beverages! 9/23 Youngblood Coleman Park 6pm-9pm – “Good Burger” – email Vanessa Banks  – 10/28 Little Hollywood Park 6pm-9pm.

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BVHP movie in the park


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Save the Date – FACES SF’s Speakeasy this Fall

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The Speakeasy


Join FACES SF for cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and friends as we raise funds for San Francisco’s underserved children and families.


Thursday, October 13th, 2016 @ 6:30PM

Chicken John’s Warehouse

3359 Cesar Chavez, San Francisco

$45.00 per person


Amazing Food – Signature Cocktails – Craft Beer- Wine – Silent Auction 

Special art showing from local artists and FACES SF kids




Who were are:

FACES SF, Family And Child Empowerment Services –San Francisco.  Our mission of FACES SF is to nurture, educate and empower San Francisco’s underserved children and families to transform their lives.

What we do:

We provide three primary programs; our child development programs provide subsidized child care at three locations; Our Family Support Services addresses mental health challenges that our enrolled children and families face everyday; and we offer free workforce services and support to help residents become financially self-sufficient.



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