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Secession Art & Design Blog

Secession Art & Design opened our Bernal Heights location in August of 2007, and has since grown to represent over 50 independent artists and designers. Our retail location is a gallery, boutique, and workspace combined, creating an untraditional storefront that allows customers to experience curated shows by owner, Eden Stein, and see the process of art being made in-house by Heather Robinson.

 

State of California honors Secession Art & Design

Secession Art & Design was awarded a certificate of recognition on our 10th anniversary, for supporting over 50 independent artists and makers.

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Eden Stein
10th Anniversary happiness! See you this weekend

Please donate to our 10K for 10th anniversary fundraiser

Secession Art & Design's 10th anniversary party was a huge success. The gallery was full from the time we opened until the time we closed. Our community rose to the occasion. Thank you to all the artists, makers, Mission Bernal merchants and loyal customers who showed up. I am still glowing and ready for whatever lies ahead.

 

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Eden Stein
Celebrate Our 10th Anniversary & Fundraiser This Friday Aug 4, 6-9pm

Join us at Secession this Friday, August 4, 6-9pm

You are personally invited to our 10th anniversary party on Friday night, 6-9pm. Ecological Resilience is a three-person show featuring Cindy ShihHeather Robinson, and Victoria Veedell. All three live and create art in San Francisco. This beautiful collection of landscapes and abstracts takes you through an ecosystem of nature and pattern.

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Eden Stein
Help Secession raise $10k for our 10th anniversary

Secession Art & Design is celebrating our 10th year in business. This past year the transit changes, the fire, politics, and changing retail behaviors have challenged whether or not I can continue to keep my doors open. Last week I had an attempted break-in, and another financial setback when they broke my glass door, which is not covered by insurance. Please donate to Secession's Gofundme campaign. I believe that together as community we can hold onto the places that mean so much to the ecosystem of a neighborhood.

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Eden Stein
The 3300 block gets some love

This past year I have gotten to know the owners of Playa Azul, Cole Hardware, El Gran Taco Loco, and the 3300 Club. My co-corridor coordinator, Ani Rivera, joined the MBMA team this year and we worked to get a small grant to do a temporary beautification project on the Playa Azul and Cole Hardware fence. 

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Eden Stein