Art for the Bay Area is organized by Diego Villalobos, Bob Linder, and Kim Nguyen, with invaluable support from Scott Ponik, Jena McRae Schwirtz, Susana Contreras, Troy Peters, and Griff Williams. Special thanks to Lindsey White, Jordan Stein, and all the participating artists for their enthusiasm, generosity, and guidance. And thank you to Art for Philadelphia for leading the way. 

All earned income beyond production expenses, fiscal sponsorship fees, and packing/shipping costs go directly to the Bay Area Anti-Repression Committee and the San Francisco Neighbors Solidarity Network, two organizations that are providing crucial support via bail funds, legal aid, and delivery of groceries and Covid-19 supplies to our communities. Email for further information. 

Art for the Bay Area is a fiscally sponsored project of SOMArts Cultural Center, a 501c3 organization. Your contribution is partially tax deductible and a receipt can be provided upon request. Email to ask for a donation receipt.

Printing by Gallery 16 and typography by Scott Ponik.

About the Organizations

Originally formed to support Occupy Oakland actions, the Bay Area Anti-Repression Committee (ARC) stands against political repression and is in solidarity with all those who challenge the state, capitalism and other forms of systemic oppression and domination. ARC provides support for actions that are anti-patriarchal, anti-racist, anti-imperialist & anti-capitalist. Their support work comes primarily in the form of education, information and referrals. They also manage an anti-repression bail fund for those that do not have the resources to bail or bond themselves. ARC is a first resort for education and information on solidarity and a last resort for financial support. To donate to the ARC bail fund visit:

SF Neighbors Solidarity Network delivers free groceries and Covid PPE to our elders and vulnerable neighbors throughout San Francisco every week. A volunteer-run organization, they have to date distributed over $30K worth of groceries to 80 households throughout the city in neighborhoods including: Richmond, Sunset, Park Merced, North Beach, Tenderloin, Chinatown, South of Market, Mission, Potrero Hill, Excelsior, and Fillmore/Western Addition. Their support extends to providing resources for elderly residents facing housing issues and helping individuals sign up for benefits. To request a bag or to recommend someone to receive a bag, the group has a voicemail service at (415) 347-1460 or email Anyone can request groceries, no questions asked.