Think of it as “Second Thursday.” It's an art crawl, like First Thursday, but one that's in a smaller area and (maybe) not quite as mobbed. And rather than monthly, it's (roughly) quarterly. It's the Divisadero Art Walk, which takes place along Divisadero from Haight to Turk. The event's blog lists 16 participating galleries, bars, salons, and cafes, including the Madrone Art Bar, Cafe Abir, Big Umbrella Studios, and Medusalon.
[Fair warning: A couple of NSFW images await in the rest of this post.]
Medusalon will display the photographs of a team calling itself DeCenzo-Cordova. Angela DeCenzo's artist statement says she “was born to hippie parents and spent her childhood living in Volkswagen buses as her family wandered exploring America's rich landscape.” Norma Cordova, meanwhile, grew up in apple orchards of Oregon (we're guessing maybe it was near the legendary Oregon Country Fair) taking photos with a point-and-shoot camera that belonged to her parents.