Due to the counterprotest scheduled for the Civic Center Saturday, Aug. 26, the farewell ceremony for the San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery at 155 Grove Street has been postponed. The event, a free public performance and procession from 155 Grove Street to the new SFAC Main Gallery in the Veterans building will now be held Sept. 30. The Grove Street gallery has been in operation for 47 years. Its closing exhibit, a site-specific window display by acclaimed graphic designer Martin Venezky will be unveiled Saturday as planned but the goodbye party with performance and procession by Cliff Hengst will not take place until Sept. 30, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
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