On June 27, the nonprofit arts organization 500 Capp Street Foundation‘s Board of Directors announced a series of controversial changes, which includes laying off its head curator Bob Linder. The effort to “re-balance 500 Capp Street future exhibitions and public programs” is heavily misguided and local artist Alicia McCarthy has
The summer season is just getting started in the Bay Area, so get out of your house and check out these openings, closings, and other artsy events in July. The Renegade Craft Fair and Stern Grove Festival (with Mitski, thanks Noisepop!) are also returning later this month, not to mention
Calling all ramen heads, creative types, chefs, or any other type of noodle enthusiasts! Local painter Yarrow Slaps (of SWIM Gallery) has launched a GoFundMe campaign for his new book RAMEN FOREVER, an artist’s guide to ramen. This avante-garde cookbook is an illustrated love letter to ramen and an overall observation
Has the recent heatwave got you feeling beaten down? Cool off by checking out these art happenings and by checking out SF Design Week at the end of June. As Pride approaches, there are also a ton of related art events where you sh0uld discover your next favorite LGBTQ artist!
Start your summer off right in San Francisco with these art events, openings, and parties– there are sexy burlesque performances, exciting shows from LA-based artists, and tons of opportunities to support local creative spaces. Here are some of the team at Broke-Ass Stuart’s best art recommendations for June: THE GREATEST
It’s still not too late to make May an art-filled month– there are tons of innovative performances, popping parties, and tons of exhibitions opening. Get to know some of the local art collectives and performers from around Bay Area, too. CAAMFEST37 For this year’s CAAMFest, an 11 day celebration of
May is popping off with more community-oriented art events than ever– join a session of “DRAW CLUB” or go shop local artisans at the Asian Art Museum’s Spring Market. See all the new murals, shops and art in the SOMA with 2 Blocks of Art, hangout with Mission artists at
Troy Chew is an artist whose work explores the African Diaspora within the context of urban culture. His ongoing painting series “Slanguage” references the colloquial speech rooted in our urban areas and Hip-Hop music. He has a new solo show at Cushion Works (yes, an actual cushion-making business) in the