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Published: Nov 13, 2023

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The City of San Francisco and Black X SF

host APEC Attendees and Friends

Please join us at the private artist reception featuring the work of artist, Oakland native and Kehinde Wiley resident alum, Adrian L. Burrell, held in conjunction with APEC and organized by Black X SF with the generous support of the Minnesota Project. Also on display, works by Hung Lui.

As you are aware, APEC has begun in San Francisco and a myriad of communities have organized events as part of this historic conference, highlighting fun and engaging activities reflecting their culture. Black X SF, a recently formed collective of Black event producers, have come together to create moments where Black professionals can connect, network and thrive. This reception is the first in a series of upcoming collaborations.

Friends and associates welcome. Please instruct them to RSVP separately.

Event Location: SF Dogpatch Neighborhood - 3 miles from Moscone Center and well outside of the main APEC area, with street parking

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