Bonnie Ora Sherk is a bit of an ecological art legend in the Bay Area and beyond. College Students learn about her work in environmental art classes, children practice her ideas at her Living Libraries, San Franciscans enjoy her visions in the green spaces of our city, and marketers should probably study her performance art as a model for garnering positive public attention and support.
BONNIE ORA SHERK: LIFE FRAMES SINCE 1970 Exhibit at Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture (FMCAC)
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Since the horrific attack on Israel on Oct. 7th, and the disproportionate response by the Israeli government, many people have taken to the streets demanding a ceasefire. And it’s not hard to see why: according to recent figures, anywhere between twenty and thirty thousand people have been killed on the
Over the weekend San Francisco unfortunately played host to the 20th annual Walk for Life, an anti-abortion rally that marched through downtown SF and also had an “info faire” at Civic Center Plaza. While the organizers called for a “peaceful and prayerful attitude” and attempted to make the event family
Sometimes there’s a dark, rainy period in life, (let’s call it January) when you’re pretty sure you’ve forgotten what the sun looks like, or that the sky was once blue, and not just different shades of damp grey. (I always use the preferred British spelling of ‘grey’ when talking about
On Sunday, January 14th, San Francisco saw the the sister rally for the National March on Washington for Gaza, which took place on Saturday, January 13th, in Washington DC, and reportedly drew over 400,000 people. The rally demanded an end to genocide and to the siege in Gaza. According to
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Just the latest calls for artists in the city via the San Francisco Arts Commission, a lot of very interesting artwork needs doing in the Mission, Hayes Valley, Treasure Island and on walls all over the city! 3 projects have application deadlines in January and one in March, if you