A fundraiser to support the completion of the Truth is Beauty project and the re-election campaign of Alex Rosenthal to the San Francisco Democratic County Central Committee in June 2012 happens Friday, April 6, at Project One starting at 7pm.
It’s been a little over a year since the Tohoku earthquake and subsequent tsunami struck Japan, killing thousands of people, causing billions of dollars in damage and displacing a substantial number of residents from their homes.
In a new effort to increase access to local collections through online technology, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the deYoung Museum have joined the Google Art Project.
This week’s best literary events include a new Litquake benefit show, author Heidi Julavits at Books Inc., and Rachel Kramer Bussel and Susie Bright at The Booksmith.
This week’s best gallery and museum events include a fairytale-esque book signing at SFMOMA, a live sculpture fundraiser at Project One, and a new comic-book inspired group show at Varnish Fine Art.
This week’s best performances include a new dark comedy at the A.C.T, and a Easter variety show mystery at Exit Theatre, and a wiry dance at Live Worms Gallery.
On March 23, the Museum of the African Diaspora premiered a new exhibition which features nine Bay Area artists active from the 1960s and 1970s to the present who lean towards abstract representation but do not not disregard figuration in their work.
This week’s top literary events include a Madonna & Me launch party, the 2012 Bay Area Anarchist Book Fair and author Christopher Moore’s latest.
Back in 2008, as anti-prop 8 organizers in San Francisco sought to create a public face and build visible support for the fight for marriage equality, Thao P. Nguyen found herself being encouraged by her Queer family to come out and be counted.
This week’s top visual arts events include Playland 2012 at the Conservatory of Flowers, a new show at RVCA VASF, and Southern Exposure’s annual art auction, The Silver Era.