When we launched StoreFrontLab four years ago, we had a simple plan in mind: to turn our small storefront into a testing ground for our creative community. Today, StoreFrontLab is a thriving organization with a growing following of designers, artists, and city makers. We’ve come to say that StoreFrontLab is a small space for big ideas. From Scott Constable’s Deep Craft Atelier to Eliza Gregory’s Massive Urban Change, and to Emilie Gossiaux’s Spaghetti Night, we bring people together through a broad array of projects that envision a better future.
In 2015, we reached an important milestone: Intersection for the Arts became our fiscal sponsor, a key step towards our goal of sustaining StoreFrontLab as a free cultural hub. Already, under Intersection’s umbrella, we secured critical funding for Indigo Mind, last fall's ambitious six-week show celebrating the work of the late neurologist Dr. Oliver Sacks.
The support of the StoreFrontLab community is essential as we continue to grow and cultivate our unique and diverse offering of free programs and events. Here’s how you can help make it all happen:
- Support StoreFrontLab's 2016 programming by making a tax-deductible contribution through Intersection for the Arts. Please be sure to select StoreFrontLab in the designation menu, and don't hesitate to contact us at 415.522.0646 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
- Give us your feedback by taking a quick survey to help inform StoreFrontLab’s development.
- Share your ideas by writing to us at email@example.com.
The amazing people who come together at StoreFrontLab has been a tremendous gift, and we are excited to grow our community in the coming year. Thank you for your support, and we look forward to seeing you in 2016!
Yosh Asato and David Baker