National Association of Women Business Owners connects SF

This month's Connect features a salon-style interview with incomparable businesswoman and creatrix Jacqueline W. Burns of Work of Art Catering

For 27 years, Jacqueline has combined culinary and physical art by creating food installations as beautiful as they are tasty.

Jacqueline has been using 100% organic and locally sourced ingredients since before they were cool, and prides herself on operating a completely green business. Some of her clients have included Levi's, Dell, Gap, SONY, and the list goes on. Join us to hear from Jacqueline about how her business has become a work of art.

Food provided by Work of Art Catering. Wine and non-alcoholic refreshments also provided. Event space generously hosted by Patience Yi of Code and Canvas.


April 16th - April 22nd - Malaise Airways - Reimagine End of Life

Malaise Airways™ is the only airline that offers one-way flights to the Afterlife. And for a limited time, you can travel non-stop from San Francisco to one of three unique Afterlife destinations. Book your flight today! "Because you don't have a choice when you die."

Check out our new operating schedule and get your tickets HERE!
Monday (SOLD OUT), Tuesday & Wednesday, Apr 16th to 18th, 7-9pm
Thursday Apr 19th, 8pm-midnight ***OPENING PARTY*** 
Friday (SOLD OUT) and Saturday, Apr 20th and 21st, 8pm-midnight
Sunday Apr 22, noon-3pm

Malaise Airways™ is an immersive theater experience where passengers are encouraged to reflect on life and mortality through a wide range of guided in-flight entertainment. Be sure to peruse our duty free items, which will be available for sale on board by our helpful flight crew. 

In collaboration with ReImagine End of Life. 
Reimagine End of Life, an official partner of the City of San Francisco, is a week of exploring big questions about life and death through creativity and conversation. With over 50 events set to explore death and celebrate life from every perspective, we invite you to join us in questioning how we think about our most universal experience.