Thanks to Daniel Hirsch at www.missionlocal.org for this update! This week we received information from the historic art collective Studio 17 in the mission. It explained how Studio 17’s owner Rick Holman was not going to renew their lease. Holman was not responding to any of the tenants’ emails and they took
HELP KEEP COMIX EXPERIENCE ALIVE! A Message from Comix Experience: San Francisco is about to raise minimum wage to the nation’s highest at $15/hour over the next three years – a 43% hike. While we at Comix Experience absolutely support a living wage, this unprecedented increase will put a huge
Open Rehearsal and Art Installation party – April 24th @ 4pm at Z Space! Have you ever wondered what goes into making operatic magic on stage? What about pushing the boundaries of the operatic form and creating not just a production that you see, but a production that you experience?
Studio 17, one of our city’s largest art collectives may disappear this year. Redlick Building owner failed to renew the lease which expires June 2015. “We are stuck in limbo and our situation as working artists in this city is dire,” said Robert Donald, visual artist and the master
It’s a sad thing that The Bold Italic has shuttered. They did a lot of really great things for many SF artists and writers and it’s a true shame that they are no longer around. The Bold Italic not only gave SF creatives great exposure, it also actually paid them good
From April 19th to 25th, the Panhandle is going to be full of awesome and free events! NOW!? What in God’s name is that? It’s a community festival that’s put on by the community. It’s a week of events to get out in the streets, meet our neighbors, and spread a little
This is all just cut and past from SF Funcheap because I’m too busy to be clever. It does sound pretty awesome: San Francisco’s funniest degenerates pay their debts to society with a night of comedy and behind-the-scenes stories of their crimes and how they got caught. Set in the heart