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
Kevin Law and Rum Chicharoen, two chefs who’ve previously worked at some of San Francisco’s finest establishments like State Bird Provisions, have teamed up to create a new neighborhood food pop-up called immi. immi is dedicated to the immigrants who raised our generation, and the menus they create pull from
I am extremely excited to announce the release of The Delicious Card! Delicious cardholders get awesome deals at over 30 of your favorite SF eateries! Membership is a great way to explore new places, support local businesses, and support local journalism.
San Francisco will be hit with not one, but two big art fairs at the end of this month, so be sure to check them out! End this month by learning about a new creative medium, whether it be dance, drag, or shibori dye! STARTUP ART FAIR SF 2019 Check
April’s art events include hella openings (as usual), new museum exhibitions, and a colorful selection of parties. Take advantage of the good weather by heading to the Legion of Honor, the East Bay or even as far as San Jose. Remember– it’s all about “spring(ing) forward,” not holding yourself back!
Here’s a list of all the creative events– mixers, parties, workshops, and “not galas”– to get you through the month of March. There are a lot of new media-related events going on, glowing, computing and decorating the cutting edge. You know how the saying goes, if you think (the arts scene
Have you ever tried high-quality, Southeast Asian-grown coffee? We’re all familiar with the Bay Area’s abundance of third wave coffee roasters and cafes, but it’s time to get to know a new coffee pop-up, Kasama Cà Phê. Kasama Cà Phê is a cafe concept that’s all about sharing Southeast Asian
It’s March– things are finally warming up (and drying up!) in the Bay Area, and the month’s madness is starting up again. Spend your first day of March at Oakland’s First Fridays or stop by an art gallery opening in San Francisco. There’s also a Wikipedia-Edit-A-Thon, parties that are raising
Make Classic Cars West the first gallery you check out during this month’s Oakland First Fridays, and support local video artist Lanéya Billingsley aka BILLIE0CEAN at her solo show. The experimental film director, video artist, and sound designer will teach you HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DEMONS through work that comments on our