Become a Love Artist for an evening with Shannon Weber at the Compassion in Action Gallery (49 Geary St., Suite 235, SF). Take the Love from the gallery to the streets, posting public displays of affection around town. Bring out your inner Banksy and join us for this renegade act of compassion starting at 5:30 p.m.
Participants write love notes and create large “Public Displays of Affection” for all to enjoy. It’s public art with a purpose, and for Shannon, it’s like a giant love affair with the universe.
The event is free, but donations are greatly accepted to benefit HIVE, a Zuckerberg San Francisco Hospital-based program serving pregnant women and couples affected by HIV.
Learn more about Shannon, Love Artist extraordinaire, on Upworthy.
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