On October 26th The Plenary, co. opened its doors one last time at Foundry SF for its show Illuminations. Everyone and anyone was invited into this inclusive space for a night of conversations about art, science and social issues. This show was the first major showcase in the city for
Ambrose Trataris aka Destroy Herr struts around a multicolor stage at CounterPulse, resplendent in a reality all his own. No really, he’s doing a drag performance utilizing Virtual Reality to activate an avatar behind him. This performance is the result of the ARC Combustible a residency that gives artists space
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We love a great group art show. Starting August 24th, you can view the work of 16 local artists at Secession Art & Design’s 16th anniversary showcase in Bernal Heights. The collective of talented artists are coming back together with art that draws inspiration from textiles with bold color stories.
Did you know a living sculpture resides at 500 Capp Street in the Mission? From 1974 until 2004 conceptual artist David Ireland called this address home. In this show curated by Lian Ladia, we have a chance to explore the works of this legendary artist. Ireland is known internationally for
This Friday, November 4th, 40+ artists will showcase over 140 of their work at Foreign Lens in North Beach during a group show called “The Dust That Binds Us”. The opening will align with the monthly First Friday event in the neighborhood, North Beach Art walk. While the art walk
By JC CARLSTON It was a brisk Friday night in the Mission as I walked along Valencia up to 24th in a haste as to not be late for my 7:30 covid safe time slot for the Paradise art show at Voss Gallery. The Mission was abuzz with live music,
Many great mashups have happened throughout the years; Jay-Z and Linkin Park, peanut butter and jelly, frisbee and golf, you know, disc golf. Well, not all combos are the greatest but who wouldn’t love some extreme sports like vert skateboarding and BMX AND an art show…. on a boat. Yes,