29Rooms Is Touching Down In San Francisco

Refinery29's innovative exhibit lands at Palace of Fine Arts.

29Rooms Is Touching Down In San Francisco
Courtesy of 29Rooms.

San Francisco, look alive. There's a visual explosion coming to The Golden City this June. It goes by the name of 29Rooms, and if you know, you know. 

29Rooms Is Touching Down In San Francisco
Courtesy of 29Rooms.

Okay fine, if you don't know, here's the breakdown: Refinery29's interactive art experience first opened in New York and Los Angeles, celebrating style, culture, and technology in one single exhibit. 29Rooms is comprised of, you guessed it, 29 interactive spaces created by international artists, visionaries, and brands. The rooms celebrate meaningful causes and cultural themes through discovery, creativity, and social sharing. 

Refinery29's Executive Creative Director Piera Gelardi reflects on the mission of 29Rooms, stating, "For the past four years we've been igniting creativity, sparking dialogue, and daring people to dream bigger... Now, we couldn't be more excited to come to San Francisco, a city known for its innovation, eclectic nature, and progressive mindset." The exhibition will take place at the Palace of Fine Arts, where attendees will experience the "Turn It Into Art" tour, a theme that celebrates the power of creativity and the way it can change mindsets, trigger emotions, and ignite change. Each room in the exhibit is crated in partnership with a wide range of creators, talent, innovators, artists, and brands. The art seeks to spark engagement, ignite self-expression, and inspire meaningful dialogue. 

29Rooms Is Touching Down In San Francisco
Courtesy of 29Rooms.

So, here's how to attend. All tickets are sold on 29Rooms.com for $39, with a portion of proceeds donated to non-profit partners. The exhibit is open from Thursday, June 21 through Sunday, June 24 from 11AM to 10PM. The Palace of Fine Arts is located at 3362 Palace Drive, San Francisco, CA. We can't wait to see you there. 

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