Gravel & Gold

CARRAVANIVERSARY: Headlands Turns 30!

9/15/12

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We are stoked to be a part of the birthday festivities in jollification of three decades of Headlands programing! We will be there with bells on setting up camp in our family tent and G&G mobile and will be sharing our wares and cares and providing a killer coloring station for kiddos and adults alike.

Headlands invites you to a family-friendly, artist-driven festival in the Fort Barry Parade Ground of the Marin Headlands, a part of the Golden Gate National Parks. An array of artist projects, games, musical entertainment, bike & surf activities, artist-led hikes, hands-on projects, and local artisan vendor booths will be on-site to delight and engage party-goers of all ages.

Over a dozen artists are commissioned to present interactive contraptions, custom-designed pods, and games at the party. Festival-goers can curl up inside one of Suzanne Husky's Sleeper Cells- pods made of reclaimed construction materials; explore Jay Nelson's  Surf Transport Vehicle; use plant-dye to design a custom handkerchief with Helena Keeffe; or take on the challenge of Michael Hall's Art Obstacle Course.

Local artists and merchants lead DIY sessions amongst their pop-up shop offerings of original artwork and artisan wares. Make a mini-succulent garden housed in a mollusk shell with Sausalito's The Low Tide Club, or fall in love with, and go home with, a one-of-a-kind print for sale by Park Life.

Bay Area food and beverage vendors dish-out a variety of edibles and a full line-up of music and entertainment is presented on a custom built raft-stage made by artist Nathaniel Parsons. Join us!

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Gravel & Gold

San Francisco, California

Gravel & Gold is a design collective and shop in San Francisco, California. Our line of clothing, accessories, and home goods features our handmade prints. The styles are intended to be simple and will re-appear in different fabrics as the seasons go on. We hope that the joy we experience making these goods will carry on for the bearer down the line.