A new exhibition by Cleon Peterson titled “The Brinksman” presents a series of paintings that imagine a dystopian world where violence and self-interest predominate and the bonds of community have been broken.
A couple of weeks back we reported that VICE, in collaboration with Intel, would be kicking off a series of world events focused on technology, art and innovation in San Francisco at the Fort Mason Center from March 17 to 18.
Three local Bay Area artists will collaborate on a new exhibition aimed at transforming the Inclined Gallery space via a multidisciplinary defamiliarization effort that zeroes in on the unique architectural features of the gallery in the hopes of facilitating the creation of new meaning.
There were a number of animated films released in the twentieth century marketed to children that were adapted from iconic fairy tales collected by authors such as the Brothers Grimm or Alexander Afanasyev.
Science fiction writer Rudy Rucker, a trailblazer credited with helping to develop the cyberpunk literary genre, will be making an appearance to discuss his new novel which imagines a not so distant future world where humans live sans machines.
The beginnings of religion lie deep in the human past, originating in a place and a time and a mindset that’s ostensibly inaccessible to contemporary thinkers.
World famous City Lights Bookstore—which pays homage to the Beat poets and novelists of the 1950s that called the North Beach area of San Francisco home—has joined the digital age.
Avant-garde electronic musician and visual artist Teebs aka Mtendere Mandowa will present his stunning visual dreamscapes—as a featured artist of the Noise Pop Culture Club—starting Friday, February 24, at The Roll Up Gallery at Public Works.
Three socially-conscious local artists unveil new work at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Friday, February 17.