Artist you should know
Today’s San Francisco: The absence of a middle class, the narrow perception of black people by new residents, the heightened police violence towards people of color, and the need for citizens to protest
I was 14 years old and had just discovered the heady combination of smoking weed, listening to punk rock, and staring at posters that I had bought at my local music shop.
Calling all EMD and Classical music fans; composer and DJ Mason Bates joins the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra and guest conductor Pablo Heras-Casado to bring us Auditorium, an electro-acoustic soundscape that unites two incredible methods of making music. Portions of the performance contain sounds from Nasa’s first space walk, another has beats from
Art instead of empty advertising. Check out the artwork on our public benches & roadways in Oakland
Working actor” is not a term that many understand. When you say the word “actor,” people picture Tom Cruise, Jennifer Lawrence, Julia Roberts. But an actor’s success isn’t determined by their level of celebrity, but by the integrity of their work. Many wouldn’t know the names of thousands of working
The FabLab was alive with energy, dozens of engineers working with impenetrable focus on all sorts of machines I’d never seen before, shop bots, laser cutters, 3D printers; computer screens flashed with renderings of Raul’s arms while a big ass fan whirled above.
A story of how an artist lost the use of his arms, and how a new design may give him back the power to eat, drink, and paint again. Meet Raul Pizarro, an artist you should know
The “Artist You Should Know” series highlights local artists in the NYC and Bay Area. It’s our way of supporting the creative community and helping to keep these cities strange and wonderful places. Meet SF native Alberto Ybarra. Ybarra is a native San Franciscan who grew up skateboarding and hanging out in