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Looks like we have a really epic weekend coming up! Project fundraisers abound + How Weird Street Faire!

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Upcoming Events:

*** Camposanto Fundraising Party - Friday, Apr. 29th ***

*** Passage to Black Rock: A Garage Mahal Camp Fundraiser - Friday, Apr. 29th ***

*** DISTRIKT- SALVATION - Saturday, Apr. 30th ***

*** 12th Annual How Weird Street Faire! - Sunday, May 1st ***

*** CELLspace's Week-Long 15th Birthday Celebration - May 1st through 8th ***

*** Playa Wireless Technology Summit - Thursday, May 12th ***

*** Market Street Blooms Reception / Art in Storefronts Launch Party - Friday, May 13th ***

*** MegaFlame Presents...Murder by the Bay - Friday, May 13th ***

*** Private Preview of ArtPad SF: A Benefit for BRAF - Thursday, May 19th ***

Call for Participation:

*** Precompression call for participation and save the date! ***

*** FUNDRAISER for the Burning Man 2011 TEMPLE: "Temple of Transition" ***

*** Front-End/LAMP Developer Needed at Burning Man Headquarters ***

*** CALL FOR ARTISTS - 2012 Art on Market Street Kiosk Poster Series ***

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Camposanto Fundraising Party

Presented by Camposanto

Friday 29th ,April  2011

At Blue Makaw
2565 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94110

Crazy! Amazing! Fantastic!! PARTY PARTY PARTY!
Put on your dancing shoes your fancy Burning Man Clothes and be prepared to dance with beautiful people. You will enter into a magical world full of creative Expresion!! Music, Dance, Art and a playa light Show!!!!

“Dance floor area”

Beats by DJ MARTA & Sato ( new-house sound Music), DJ RayRayjones, DJ Spacelotus, DJ Mystick, DJ Nota

"Dust MAGIC Art Area”

Art-Exhibitions by:
Stella Lopez (Paintings)
Thomas May aka El Guru (Light and camp projects)
Live painting, a YumYum testing Area, Interactive-art and beautiful people....:)

Playa Attire encouraged.

$10 at the door.

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Passage to Black Rock
A Garage Mahal camp fundraiser
Friday, April 29, 9:30pm-4am
Public Works
161 Erie Street, SF

Garage Mahal, the magnificent double decker art car with a crow's nest, a fire poofer, and a rockin sound system, invite you to celebrate this year's Burning Man theme with twenty - 20! - DJs from our community bringing the beats.  Last year Garage Mahal celebrated our 10th anniversary. This year we're going to 11!!! Please join us for a Garage Mahal-infused evening of fun, friends, and funk with tag sets from:

Big Fat Frog (Homebreakin Records), Dave Mak (ooonst / *flavasauce), DingDong (Brass Tax), Jive (Garage Mahal / Heart Deco), Kramer (Distrikt), Kuze (Nitewise), Laird (Superhero / Lush Camp), Mace (Brass Tax), Mancub (Space Cowboys), Melyss (Homebreakin' Records), Milk (Rumpus Royale), rrrus (Space Cowboys), Rumblemunk (FiX), Saynt (Ninja Skillz), Shissla (Space Cowboys), Shooey (Space Cowboys), Smoove (Newsbreaks), Tamo (Space Cowboys), Trav (Seismic), ViaJay (Angels of bAss)

Don't miss it!

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:: DISTRIKT :: Camp Fundraiser


Saturday, April 30 at 10:00pm - 6:00am

Our first throw down of 2011 at our favorite alma mater, The End Up. If you came to play with us on playa last year, you know what goal we're trying to reach. We're excited to do it again even bigger & better this year!

Ensure your donation goes to the DISTRIKT CAMP! Purchase discounted $15 tickets at or please arrive before 2am

 - DJ Lineup -
10pm – 11pm: DARREN GRAYSON
11pm – 12am: ALVARO BRAVO
12am – 1am: ZACH MOORE
1am – 2am: MATT KRAMER
2am – 3am: DJ KRAMER
3am – 4am: BEN SEAGREN
4am – 5am: J-ROD
5am – 6am: LAYNE LOOMIS

The End Up
401 6th Street, San Francisco, CA 94103

Info: 415.646.0999 |


DISTRIKT is a non-profit electronic music collective and experiment of a few Deep End organizers of years past. Ask any one of us why, and you might get a different answer: giving back to the electronic music and alternative arts community; a desire to throw furious & fierce parties in the desert and elsewhere throughout the year; an urge to provide venues for music, dancing, and other art forms; an arrested development inability to let go and an ambition to try something new.

Our eclectic group of people offer up their talents — be it music making, drink slinging, construction craftiness, technological wizardry, performance art, or benevolent mischief. We live and breathe our ethos year round, and look forward to giving back to the community that has inspired us and bonded us together. This is our culture, this is our art, this is our gift.

We grow our community through new blood, new ideas, and old friends. We provide a venue for music, dance, and alternative art on the playa and beyond at a level of sound and fury you won’t soon forget. We want to gift you with daytime drink, dance, and a great crew of peeps and do what we do best.


Fan Page:

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The 12th Annual How Weird Street Faire
Sunday May 1, 2011 - Noon to 8pm
Centered @ Howard and 2nd Streets, San Francisco, Earth
Donation / $10

Nine city blocks filled with art and performances, vendors from around the world, tasty food and drinks, and all the colorful weirdness that San Francisco is famous for. All ages are welcome and costumes are highly encouraged.

Journey to the "Mythical Realms" of Howard Street and celebrate peace, creativity, and the start of the summer season!

The music stages are produced by local collectives and music organizations, including Symbiosis, Muti Music, Rebel Bass Collective, Groove Garden, Hookahdome, Afrolicious, Non Stop Bhangra, Tantra, Temple Nightclub, Opel, Opulent Temple, Ultraviolet Carnival, Aum Festival, Red Marines, SF House, Pink Mammoth, SWAG, and more.   

Dancing knows no boundaries or political affiliation. Music, more than any other form of communication, is able to transcend differences between people. It is through music and art that peace is always possible.

The main entrance, at Howard and New Montgomery Streets, is where you’ll find complimentary bike parking. It is only two blocks from the Montgomery BART station on Market Street, and near many MUNI lines, the Transbay Terminal, and Caltrain Station.

There is a requested donation of $10 for the How Weird Street Faire. The full donation buys a Magic Sticker that is potentially worth many times that amount, with discounts at the faire bars and after parties, as well as specials at many of the vendors.

The fun doesn’t stop when the faire ends, it just moves indoors to three very nice locations right at the faire site: Temple Nightclub, 111 Minna Gallery, and Harlot. Get a ticket at any location for only $10 (or $2 off with the Magic Sticker) good for all three venues. There will be ins and outs at all three clubs throughout the evening. The after-parties are 21 and over with ID. Magic Stickers are only available at the gates during the faire.

(Electro, House, IDM, Dubstep)
Temple Nightclub – 540 Howard Street, San Francisco

Opel presents “You Can’t Stop Weird”
Harlot – 46 Minna Street, San Francisco

111 Minna Gallery – 111 Minna Street, San Francisco

Join the How Weird group to stay connected...

The How Weird Street Faire is a project of the non-profit
World Peace Through Technology Organization.

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CELLspace's Week-Long 15th Birthday Celebration

Since 1996 "The Best Multiuse Facility" (SF Guardian) in San Francisco has played host to every type of artistic, creative project imaginable. CELLspace has enabled tens of thousands of artists and spectators to experience the rich creative culture of the Bay Area. To rejoice in these past 15 years of providing "a safe and supportive public environment for the exploration of art, education, performance and community building", the artists, workers, and volunteers of 2050 Bryant would like to invite you all to spend some time with us during the first week of May. We have something for everyone so hope to see you at the space that is CELLspace.

Please visit often for updates and more details.

At Every Class and Event
Raffle tickets will be on sale, giving away prizes form local businesses (see list below). Raffle to be drawn at the Action Jackson show on Saturday. You do not need to be present to win!

CELL:15 Raffle Prizes (more TBA):
1 Burning Man ticket ($320 value)
Custom Timbuk2 bag ($200 value)
Blowfish Sushi ::: $100 gift certificate
Weston Wear ::: $100 gift certificate
Atlas Cafe ::: dinner & drink for 2
Valencia Cyclery ::: $25 gift certificate
Stencil Nation by Russell Howze ($25 value)
Tribes of Burning Man by Steven T. Jones  ($18 value)

Sunday, May 1

Esperanza Garden Celebration and Work Day
Enjoy the sunshine and possibly sink your hands in the soil at the garden that CELL helped build.
    685 Florida Street at 19th (just down from CELLspace)
    noon to 5pm

Monday, May 2

Danza Azteca Open House
An Aztec Dance is a ritual, is art, is exercise and is an amazing show. Please visit Danza Azteca, during their regular night in the Main Space, for a demonstration of this rich cultural art form.
    6pm  to 8 pm
    FREE, ALL AGES (no alcohol)

B-Boy/Girl Open House
One of the pillars of Hip Hop, break dancing has been part of CELL since 1996. Stop by to watch or get your funk on with the regulars who meet weekly to feel the beats.
    8 pm to midnight
    FREE or BY DONATION (if you wish to dance), ALL AGES (no alcohol)

Wednesday, May 4

Tango Unbound Open House
The alternative Milonga is an effort to balance out the wonderful classic tango events throughout SF and the Bay Area with a progressive community endeavor.
    8:10 pm to 9:05 pm: Class
    9:05 pm to 12:00 am: Milonga
    $10 class + milonga, $5 milonga only

Thursday, May 5

The Gallery at CELL's monthly First Thursday event. Community, art, and music from the artists and friends of CELLspace
    7 pm to 12 am: art exhibit in the CELL Gallery
    $5 suggested donation, 21+ with ID

SILENT ART AUCTION: SpaceCRAFT will feature a Silent Auction of artwork, with proceeds benefiting CELLspace.  Bidding begins Thursday and ends Saturday, so bid high and bid early!

Friday, May 6

Culture Swap Meet and Mega-Dance Party
Building community through cultural exchange.

Artists, craftspeople, vendors, DJs, and performers will gather at CELLspace for an evening celebrating a grassroots sharing of creations, ideas, and skills.
    8 pm to 2 am
    21+ with ID (beer and wine for sale)


Saturday, May 7

Zumba Dance/ Exercise: Celebrate Cinco de Mayo
ZUMBA combines high-energy and dynamic Latin rhythms with unique moves and combinations that allow ZUMBA participants to dance their worries and stress away. Share some snacks after.
    10:30am to 11:30am.
    $15.00/class, drop-ins welcome
    $10.00 for new arrivals or for a guest

Action Jackson Live, with the Backdrops
plus Special CELLspace Guests

Full bar! Candy Girls! Sensational Raffle Prizes! Sexy Vixens! And FUNK!
 Be your FUNKADELIC best!  We roll deep and we BRING IT!
    9 pm to 2 am
    $10-$20 (benefits CELLspace)
    21+ with ID


Sunday, May 8

CELLspace's Birthday Party
Bar-B-Q, DJ HappyFeet, DJ Critical Akklaim, and CELL class demonstrations
Coinciding with Sunday Streets in the Mission (see below)
Celebrate CELLspace's 15th Birthday with a good old plate of food and a cold drink. Meet the artists, volunteers, and workers who call CELL home.
    Noon to 5pm
    FREE or BY DONATION (bring a dish/grillables to share if you want)

Sunday Streets
CELLspace will have an official program area along Valencia St. for Sunday Streets in the Mission. Expect clowns, juggling, stilt-walkers, and carnival merriment. Bay Area Hoopers will be on hand to get your hoop on.
    11 am to 2pm
    Valencia St. at 19th St.
CELL:15 Sponsors, Partners, and Donors

SFIndie :::, SF BIke Kitchen :::, SF Grants for the Arts :::, Reclaiming :::

Bay Area Hoopers :::, Esperanza Garden :::, Project Tango :::, Pirate Vereker :::, Action Jackson :::, All Star Stilts & Comedy :::

Atlas Cafe :::, Blowfish Sushi :::, Burning Man :::, The Jade Monkey :::, Timbuk2 :::, Stencil Nation :::, Steven T. Jones :::, Valencia Cyclery :::, Weston Wear :::

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Are you an artist, camp and/or geek who will bring wireless/internet
technology to the playa?

If you are planning a large-scale technological project, have an art
project that absolutely requires Internet connectivity, or will be beaming
any sort of frequencies from 900MHz to 5.8GHz into the airwaves above the
playa, you are cordially invited and strongly requested to participate in
the fifth Playa Wireless Summit hosted by the Burning Man Technology

This year's summit will be held in San Francisco at the Internet Archive
(but of course you can participate remotely -- we're geeks) at 7pm to 9pm
on May 12, 2011.

PLEASE RSVP by emailing and include the following
- your name
- name of your camp or project
- technology and frequency used, e.g. "controlling rolling spheres with
 Zigbee on 900 MHz", "want Internet uplink for camp", "RC plane on
 2.4 GHz, frequency hopping"

We will add you to an email list and keep you posted on the details (e.g.
address, dial-in number).

Thank you from the Burning Man Playa Tech Team.

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Market Street Blooms Reception / Art in Storefronts Launch Party

The Black Rock Arts Foundation proudly announces our collaboration
with the San Francisco Arts Commission in the installation of Karen
Cusolito's Market Street Blooms at the U.N. Plaza, from her sculptural
series Infinitarium, as part of SFAC's Art in Storefronts Project
(AIS.) We hope you'll join us in celebrating these and other new works
on Market Street!

Join BRAF and SFAC for the Opening Reception / Kick off Party for the
ARTery! Enjoy a lively evening, full of live entertainment and new

Friday, May 13, 2011

Music, speeches and mural unveiling begin at 5:00 pm
at The Gray Area Foundation for the Arts
998 Market Street
San Francisco, CA

Procession down Market St. with Gamelan X begins at 5:45

Continued festivities (with the Unimog!)
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
U.N. Plaza
San Francisco, CA

Entertainment includes:

- Gamelan X
- John Brothers Piano Company
- The Jaz Sawyer Trio
- The Space Cowboys and The Unimog.

Interactive Art:

- You're invited to play Bulbous, a temporary wall of drums created by
Office Division!

Art in Storefronts Artists include Alexis Arnold, Vanesa Gingold, Madeline Trait, Erik Otto, Indigenous Arts Coalition, Cat U-Thasoonthorn, Robert Harris, Paz de la Calzada, Vicky Knoop and Beatrice Thomas, Rafael Landea, Amber Hasselbring

About the project:

Previously exhibited at the Burning Man event in 2010, Cusolito's
'Blooms' (20 foot high metal flower sculptures) create a
'scale-reversal' environment, in which visitors are obliged to take
notice of the detail and beauty of a usually small wonder of nature.
The Blooms sprout up triumphantly amidst the bustle of this urban
landscape, making a stand for public art that belongs to all.

“The Black Rock Arts Foundation has flourished amidst the Bay Area’s
highly concentrated population of artists, activists, volunteers and
other doers and has the aspiration of contributing a lasting, positive
impact on the Bay Area’s cultural history,” said Executive Director
Tomas McCabe. “As part of this longer-term vision, we see the
Mid-Market area as an ideal location for public art."

In addition to debuting Cusolito's installations, Art in Storefronts,
now in its second year, returns to Central Market with six storefront
installations and five murals. The latest in The ARTery Project’s
efforts to revitalize a once-vibrant commercial corridor, the project
temporarily places original art installations by San Francisco artists
in vacant and under-used storefront windows and exterior walls.

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LUCK BE A LADY? MegaFlame Presents...Murder by the Bay
An Evening of Jazz, Burlesque and Mystery!

WHERE: Cafe Du Nord 2170 Market Street SF
WHEN: Friday, May 13th  8:30 door/9:30 show
$11 advanced/$13 door
Advanced tickets available:

Calling all vamps, bimbos, birds and blinds!
Calling all Jokers, Queens, and Jacks!

Black cats be damned!

Friday the 13th with MegaFlame could be YOUR lucky night!

Leave you bug-eyed Betties and blottos at home and come try your luck
with our dice, our card decks, and our sexy ladies!

Wear your Prohibition era glam and come on down to Cafe Du Nord where
we'll transform this beautiful San Francisco landmark into a
Prohibition-era Speakeasy!

Join us for a night of big band jazz and entertainment with the
MegaFlame Big Band and Cabaret, vocal stylings by Bond Girl, and
tongue-in-cheek entertainment by Delilah and our fabulous ensemble of
cabaret performers!

We’ll have card sharks, roving performers, a whodunit mystery and a
plot that will thicken like Cuban cigar smoke!

See you at Café Du Nord!

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Private Preview of ArtPad SF
A Benefit for the Black Rock Arts Foundation

May 19, 2011
7:00 pm - Midnight

At the Phoenix Hotel
601 Eddy St.
San Francisco, CA 94109

Buy tickets at

Celebrate the extraordinary contemporary artists and galleries that enrich the Bay Area and beyond, and enjoy an exclusive evening of performances, live music, the Premiere Lounge, and much more at this opening night party for ArtPadSF!

Join the producers, galleries, and artists of the first annual ArtPadSF at the legendary Phoenix Hotel for an exclusive evening of emerging contemporary art, commissioned performances, and liberal libations.

Proceeds from ArtPadSF's Opening Night celebration will benefit The Black Rock Arts Foundation's public art and grant programs, focused on inspiring art, community and civic participation worldwide.

ArtPad SF ( is a provocative, new, 21st century boutique art fair that focuses on emerging and contemporary art from the Bay Area and beyond. ArtPad SF invites San Francisco's world-renowned museums, galleries, arts institutions, and artists to transform the newly renovated Phoenix Hotel into an alternative venue for art.

Ticket Packages:

Premiere Lounge and Poolside Soiree
$125 online presale; $150 at the door
7:00 pm - Midnight

Includes an evening of featured and roaming performances, DJs, heavy
passed hors d'oeuvres, and hosted bar and exclusive access to the
lounge from 7:00 - 9:00 pm.

Poolside Soiree Only
$50 online presale; $75 at the door
7:00 pm - Midnight

Includes an evening of featured and roaming performances, DJs, light passed hors d'oeuvres, and one complimentary cocktail beverage.

Don't miss this hip, local, homegrown alternative to the mainstream San Francisco Fine Art Fair. Get the first look at Chambers Restaurant and Lounge, San Francisco's newest dining and entertainment destination. Be the first to experience ArtPadSF and to interact with participating artists and galleries from around the nation in this intimate setting.

Bay Area artists set the stage for this exciting new event with site specific and multimedia performances, interactive art, live music and DJs with original scores and mixes created especially for the occasion.

Featuring Performances by:

   * A rather unconventional operatic performance by soprano Diva Marisa Lenhardt ( )
   * A processional performance by Loyd Family Players ( ), mixing street theater, samba, hip-hop, funk, heavy metal, dancehall & reggae.
   * Debut work by local composer and musician, EO ( )
   * San Francisco's live electric cello + vocal looping mavericks, LOOP!STATION ( )
   * Infectious dance beats by DJ Jive (Heart Deco) ( )
   * Wearable art and performances by Bad Unkl Sista ( ), Miranda Caroligne ( ), and Daphne Ruff ( )
   * Site specific dance performance by Capacitor (

...and more!

See you there!

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Burning Man presents PRECOMPRESSION 2011

Saturday evening, June 18th
At Public Works
161 Erie Street SF, CA 94103 (between Division and 14th St. in the Mission)

$15 in playa finery; $20 street clothes

21 and over

Art • Music • Performance * Theme Camps * Video Artistry * Unexpectables * You!

Join us in preparation for Burning Man 2011: Rites of Passage!
Ramp up your Radical Self-Expression and playa preparations because
Burning Man will be just 70 days away! Join a wide variety of
performers, artist, theme camps and friends at this annual
extravaganza of imagination!

Artists, performers, DJs, and theme camps interested in performing and
sharing your art, email: now!

To volunteer, email:

More info and schedules will be posted at:

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FUNDRAISER for the Burning Man 2011 TEMPLE: "Temple of Transition"

July 16, 2011
Cellspace  8pm-2am
2050 Bryant St

Bands, raffles, and a plethora of live music and entertainment including all manner of fun, funk, and folly !!!

- Bands/Musicians interested in performing, please send details and links showing your stuff:
        Send e-mail to Ty with "TEMPLE PERFORMERS" in subject line.  Contact Ty:

- Artists/creatives/generally generous types who are wishing to donate items/services to the cause:
       There will be both a RAFFLE and a SILENT AUCTION.  Please send a description of your offering/pictures to: (some higher value items can be tax deductible)

- Help with event decor?  If you've talents, supplies or simply time
       Send e-mail to Switch with "DECOR" in subject line.  Contact sWitch:

- Would you like to volunteer for anything else? Please include your special talents or desired job if any.
       Send e-mail to Deb with "VOLUNTEER" in subject line.  Contact Deb:

*****  Temple donations NOW more than welcome  ******
        WHATEVER amount, large or small, makes you feel happy to be a part of raising this Temple from the dust!
          Kickstarter needs a LOT more money by May 13 or we don't collect what has already been promised there !!  Your help is important!

And FYI:  Parts of this temple are being built all over the world.  . . .
          if you would like to contribute to that effort as an artist or in any way at all goto

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Front-End/LAMP Developer Needed at Burning Man Headquarters

Burning Man Technology Department

Front-End/LAMP Developer
Project Posting


Burning Man is seeking an individual to provide front-end development and LAMP stack development support for a variety of software projects. We have new development, ongoing maintenance, and software elvaluation projects for numerous systems using several LAMP stack, open source and proprietary platforms. For these projects, you will perform system and software changes to support annually recurring and one-time updates to user facing components, perform new installs as part of software evaluation projects, and assist with the integration of software solutions into event production processes. In addition, you will perform supporting tasks such as participation in end-user testing, creation of developer and end-user documentation, training, and other tasks as necessary. This position requires some on playa support.

If this sounds like you and you are dedicated to Burning Man values, please read on!


    * A Bachelor's Degree or equivalent; Minimum of two years experience performing front-end development and/or LAMP stack development;
    * Experience using form building and report generation technologies;
    * A technical multi-tool, eager to explore new technologies while retaining best practices to ensure longevitiy and easy maintenance of projects;
    * Well-versed in CSS3 and HTML for implementing clean, valid markup of user interfaces;
    * Detail-oriented with strong oral and written communication skills;
    * Dedicated to providing quality service;
    * Comfortable juggling tasks, priorities, and projects;
    * Meet deadlines and honor commitments;
    * Experienced working in iterative software development processes;
    * Love working with creative people;
    * Love working with geeks;
    * You write developer documentation and leave instructions for yourself and others without needing to be reminded ;
    * You have experience working in development and production environments;
    * Able to adapt quickly to accommodate shifting priorities;
    * Previous projects that you contributed on were considered successful by everyone involved;
    * Knowledgeable of Burning Man


Manage new development and maintenance projects:

·       Track and implement detailed interface and content changes to support a myriad of public and staff-facing forms and web interface technologies.
·       Work with report generation tools to ensure accurate creation of system reports.
·       Install and evaluate numerous comparable software packages for their usability and maintainability.
·       Step in and do whatever it takes to help a project be successful.
·       Maintain productive relationships with vendors.
·       Offer suggestions to improve user experience, engineering processes and maintenance costs.
·       Work with project management to create realistic project plans and timelines.
·       Willing to keep status up to date in real-time via ticketing system or other agreed upon communication channels.
·       Deliver work projects according to agreed upon milestone dates, and/or alert and negotiate changes well in advance.
·       Ensure best practices are being used for development and testing efforts.
·       Perform QA on everything you touch before you hand it over.
·       Help create system, user, and training documentation as necessary.
·       Follow up and manage post implementation fixes.
·       See a project through to the very end.
·       Willing and able to learn, maintain and improve upon legacy systems/processes, even if not very sexy or challenging.
·       Be patient, supportive and communicate clearly with busy internal customers who have a wide range of technical knowledge and abilities.
·       Write status reports and annual internal and external reports.
·       Work closely and collaboratively within a team environment.

This is a 1099 contract opportunity located in San Francisco with no employee benefits.  If you are qualified, we want to hear from you. Please send your resume and cover letter by May 8, 2011  to  and include "LAMP Developer" in the subject line.

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2012 Art on Market Street Kiosk Poster Series

The Art on Market Street Program, which has commissioned new artwork by Bay Area artists on an annual basis since 1992, includes a bus kiosk poster series and other temporary projects that take place on San Francisco's main thoroughfare.  For the kiosk poster series, the Art on Market Street Program commissions three consecutive three-month poster exhibitions annually. Each poster series consists of a set of six original and related designs that are professionally reproduced and printed as six sets of posters, 68 inches high by 47 ¼ inches wide (trim size), for installation in 36 bus kiosks on Market Street between 8th Street and the Embarcadero.  All artists' designs must be approved by the Arts Commission and are expected to be appropriate for a broad public audience.

DEADLINE: Wednesday, May 18, 2011, 12:00 AM (PST)

ELIGIBILITY: Eligibility is open to professional, practicing artists working primarily in any two-dimensional media and residing in the nine San Francisco Bay Area counties: Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano and Sonoma.

For more information about the poster series and helpful tips on how to apply go to

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