Artist you should know
SF Opera Baritone talks upcoming Opera season and sings a bit of ACDC for us
The new Transit Center and public park downtown are officially open in San Francisco, and as far as transportation terminals go, we got a pretty nice one. Not every bus station has its own rooftop garden, massive light installations, and it’s own little gondola. Not to mention a live music
By SF Artist Joshua Coffy In the early morning hours of June 13th, the Journal Building at 1540 Market St. was broken into and burglarized. The thief took $10k worth of cameras, lenses, lighting, and other valuable art supplies. The Journal Building is home to ArtSpan’s Studio Residency Program that serves
we saw Katherine’s work at Art Market in SF, and we liked it so much we simply had to find out more about her. Meet Portland-based artist Katherine Ace, an artist you should know.
The “Artist You Should Know” series highlights Bay Area artists before they exhibit their work somewhere awesome, it’s our way of supporting the creative community and helping to keep San Francisco a strange and wonderful place. Meet artist, curator and journalist Kristin Farr, and see her work at First Amendment Gallery on 4/20/18. Free admission
Artist Alberto Ybarra is a native San Franciscan and an artist you should know. You may recognize his work from the illustration series he did depicting a changing Mission neighborhood: See more of Old Mission Vs. New Mission series here. Now Ybarra has collaborated with The Mission Community Market on a new outdoor mural on
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he has been compared to Luciano Pavarotti, performed at leading opera houses around the world (including the Metropolitan Opera, Teatro Real, Opéra National de Paris, and La Scala), and in 2014, he was the first person to win both the Richard Tucker and the Beverly Sills Artist awards in the same year.