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
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!
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
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 +
Wow, it’s hard to remember when there was a February this busy with art in the Bay– it seems that there are interesting openings, workshops, and parties happening almost every night this month. This month, take some time to explore places that might take a little longer to get to
After checking out UNTITLED (at Pier 35) and FOG Design+Art (at Fort Mason), and seeing a lot of great artwork, I think that UNTITLED was the stronger art fair of the two. Although FOG benefits SFMOMA and tends to get more hype leading up to it, the overall selections at UNTITLED were edgier
Artist Jason Mecier creates insanely detailed portraits of celebrities using trash, candy, and other items, crafting sculptural celebrations as beautiful as they are outrageous. Here is Amy Sedaris assembled from her own trash, David Bowie made out of cosmetics and feathers, Snoop Dogg sculpted out of weed, Justin Timberlake and