Bunny benefit

“Bunnicula” by Robert Bowen, acrylic on wood, 2010.

“Bunnicula” by Robert Bowen, acrylic on wood, 2010.

Where: A Bitchin’ Space, 2114 19th Street, www.abitchinspace.com. Hours: Thursday, October 7, 2-7 p.m.; Friday, October 8, noon-7 p.m.; Saturday, October 9, noon-10 p.m.; Sunday, October 10, noon-4 p.m.
Second Saturday reception: October 9, noon-10 p.m. Through October 10.

A Bitchin’ Space

2114 19th St.
Sacramento, CA 95814

(916) 448-5090


Bunnies aren’t relevant just in the springtime. They have interminable stores of year-round cuteness, and this hasn’t been lost upon the artists who will be showing in Gale Hart’s A Bitchin’ Space gallery’s rabbit-themed group show, Living With Fur. The exhibition features many of the gallery’s usual suspects—Skinner, John Stuart Berger, Kim Scott—as well as intriguing works by Aunia Kahn, Joshua Katcher, Patricia Gillespie and a few dozen others.

But this is not just a superficial display. Animal-rights activist Hart has heart: Proceeds from the show go to Friends of Unwanted Rabbits, or FUR, a nonprofit which helps bunnies get adopted. Check out its website, www.teamfur.org, and I dare you not to puke at how cute those little animals are. See the show, and help little bunnies find homes and nauseate their new families. Everybody wins.