Townhouse Art Show: Benefits Rainbow Community Center

Coming April 4th, Townhouse First Friday Art Show with Stephanie Nicole le Dream & Java Jax benefits HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment programs through The Rainbow Community Center of Contra Costa County (RCC)!

Rainbow Community Center Benefit

RCC fills a unique need by providing
a safe, clean and sober space for LGBTQ people to interact, network, and become active members of the community.

RCC offers many programs and services that benefit the physical and mental health of the LGBTQ community, but the importance of social activities to the well-being of LBGTQ people cannot be understated. Social support reduces the sense of isolation and depression for LGBTQ people and promotes pride and self esteem and creates a sense of community in a space free of homophobia.


Every First Friday of the month Townhouse sponsors a community art show with proceeds benefiting a local charity or cause.Dot The Photographer

Proceeds of any photograph from the erotic gallery by Dot (Tom Schmidt – click here to visit his facebook page) contribute directly to RCC HIV prevention and treatment programs.

Alternatively Dot provides custom prints and framing of fine art photography to order, interested seekers contact the photographer at   Dot is a San Francisco portrait photographer, most well known for his photojournalism of male escorts in the Bay Area.

Daniel Chase debuts an erotic collection at the RCC benefit!

Daniel specializes in Underwater, Fashion, Editorial, Portrait and Glamour photography. He also offers model portfolio development and coaching for new and seasoned models alike. Daniels work appears in several magazines every month. His 1400 square foot fully equipped studio is located in Benicia, CA.

Stephanie Foster returns next month donating erotic sculpture to the RCC benefit.

Stephanie Foster, community potter and educator returns with custom glazed pottery.  Discover full dish sets, ornamental bowls, and functional mugs a like amongst her clay earthen wares.


Previous community organizations involved with Townhouse benefits have been the Arc Solano by Mike Huckins, and Food Rescue founded by Adrian Waterman.

The Arc Solano maintains a continuing exhibit of work by adults with disabilities in the Townhouse bar.  Food Rescue is a local food recollection program, vollunteers in groups for 8-12 harvest local Vallejo fruit trees in just 3hrs time to provide local food bank Faith Food Fridays with 400-800lbs of produce every two weeks.

Foster sculptureArtists interested in free hosting space or ways to donate to local charities should email for details.

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Date(s) - Fri, Apr 4, 2014
9:00 pm

Town House
401A Georgia St, Vallejo

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