The Art of Jacks
30 Years—See the Thing Itself

Exhibit runs one week only  - March 24-31, 2013
at The Center for Sex and Culture

Opening reception with artists in attendance 
Sun., March 24 - 31, 2013 • 2:00 – 6:00 pm

WHO:        The SF Jacks, founded in 1983, is a Men’s Social Masturbation group—a fellowship of men who like to jack-off in the company of like-minded men. Staffed by volunteers, the Jacks is neither a business nor a religion.

WHAT:    The Art of Jacks 30 Years—See the Thing Itself

To honor SF Jacks’ 30th Anniversary, this exhibit of art created by and for the Jacks will consist of acrylic paintings, sculpture, constructions/installations, photography, and graphics of all sorts. Bay Area artists represented include Lou Rudolph, Keith Hennessy, Seth Eisen, Jack Davis, Dan Becker, Lord Huckleberry, Dogtor Woof!, Jim James, Michael Johnstone, and Drs. Carol Queen and Robert Lawrence.

WHY:         The Jacks’ 30th Anniversary is Monday, March 25, 2013.

WHEN:        Sunday, March 24 -  Sunday, March 31, 2013

            Opening reception with artists in attendance, 
            Sunday, March 24, 2 PM to 7PM.

            Exhibit Hours—Tues. March 26 thru Sun. March 31, 1:00 - 7:00 pm
            except Saturday, March 30, 1:00 - 5:00 pm

WHERE:    The Center for Sex and Culture
            1349 Mission Street (at Grace Alley btwn 9th and 10th streets); SF 94103

Editors and columnists—
This is a not-to-be repeated opportunity for a unique human interest story, appealing not only to the gay community, but to alternative persons of all persuasions, and the broader community of readers interested in the life style, novel activity, and broad range of creativity of some San Franciscans who fly just under the radar.

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