Rad Upcoming SF Events Asian Art Museum Thursday Night THU. 06/11 | 5PM -9PM @Asian Art Musuem Screening of Fang Lu’s ‘No World’, followed by a conversation with the artist and Herb Tam, curator and director of exhibitions at the Museum of Chinese in America. This program is presented as
In San Francisco, the idea of keeping a museum open after dark seems like the only logical thing to do. One must keep the playground open for adults after dark. Where else could you touch the exhibits while getting turnt on delicious libations?? Barcelona is also well-known for the fun and debauchery,
All Events come highly recomended if you like to mix your cocktails with art and music Friday SF Recology Art Show Friday, May 22, 5-9pm (with performance by Ma Li at 7:30pm) Works by Michael Arcega, Ma Li and Eden V. Evans 503 Tunnel Avenue San Francisco, CA FREE Live Brazilian
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NEW GROWTH 2015 – HEART OF THE CITY Saturday, May 9, 2015 – 1:00pm to 4:00pm Exhibition Dates: May 6, 2015 to May 15, 2015 Including CREATIVE STATION, free all-ages art activities in our Classroom. Gallery Hours (or by appointment): Wednesday-Saturday, 2-6pm “Root Division proudly presents New Growth 2015: Heart
San Francisco’s independently produced contemporary art fair for unrepresented artists “stArtup Fair” is happening this weekend May 1-3, 2015, at the Hotel Del Sol, and it should be awesome. “The art world is changing, and many working artists are finding themselves without a space to present their work. The core
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