Summer is in full swing in the Bay Area, so get out of your house and hit some of the art events happening this month. The end of July will feature the return of multiple fairs and festivals including the annual San Francisco Art Book Fair, Gray Area’s Annual Festival,
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
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!
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
Mid Market Community Benefit District & Partners present the 8th Annual 2 Blocks of Art: Art Walk + Live Mural Painting The 8th Annual 2 BLOCKS OF ART art walk is on Saturday, May 4th from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. New this year, the event has been moved to a weekend afternoon to allow for greater
Here’s a hella long list of art events happening at the end of the shortest month of the year, so don’t make any more excuses to not go out… These exhibitions are forward-thinking (in curatorial choice and format), futurist in outlook, and just straight up fun! EDWARD SHANKEN + VIVIAN SMING +
When the Costco of weed throws a party in an art gallery and Brooklyn based Phony Ppl come through to rock it, there’s cause for some excitement. Add to that, 111 Minna Gallery will be decorated with the wonderful artwork of SF artist Emily Fromm, and you got a really nice
Did you make a resolution to be more creative in 2019? Start the year off right by attending an arts-related event that you wouldn’t normally go to, even if that event happens to be a party! From DIY taxidermy to shibari (yes, the bondage practice), the Bay Area continues to