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ArtSpan’s annual SF Open Studios offers residents and tourists the free opportunity to engage directly with local artists by visiting their studio spaces. Visitors can expect to learn more about each creator’s work and process, and have the opportunity to purchase work directly.
Uncanny Beauty, the photographic show at the Harvey Milk Center for the Arts, lives up to it’s name. Deftly curated by Emmanuelle Namont, it displays a selection of works from The Bay Area Photographers Collective. Tiny moments captured in the way that only a skilled photographer can float in white
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Get ready for one of the largest art events The Bay has seen in a very long time – entirely created and organized by women artists from around the world. Few and Far Women is an international crew of women street artists, graffiti writers, and skateboarders celebrating their 11th anniversary
David Miles Jr. has been rollerskating in Golden Gate Park since the seventies. He teaches rollerskate dancing every Sunday and runs the Church of 8 Wheels.
WEEKEND 1: October 15 & 16, 11am to 6pm Location: Hunters Point Shipyard & Islais Creek Studios San Francisco comes alive with art this October and November as ArtSpan presents the 41st Anniversary of SF Open Studios – the oldest and largest event of its kind in the country, featuring
Whose ready for some f@*king art? I know we are! San Francisco 40th annual Open Studios Weekend 2 will go off October 24 to 25 ALL over the city. You can’t throw a rock in San Francisco this weekend without hitting an open art studio: Fort Mason Center for the Arts, Marina, Pacific Heights,
San Francisco’s 40th annual Open Studios kicks off this weekend! Hundreds of SF local artists will opening up their work space to hangout with you for the next 4 weekends. Here are the artists you should definitely not miss
Video Press Release – Bay Area native and musician, Robin Applewood releases his new music video Resonator, a poetically positive response to the extreme disparity and gentrification in one of America’s favorite cities, San Francisco, and the modern artist’s collective struggle to make a living. “The brand new song and