Work from world renowned photojournalists that spans the first decade of the current century will be on display courtesy of a new traveling exhibition, Seeing Double –The Best of DOUBLEtruck Magazine.
Party with electro-funk duo Chromeo at the Modern Ball hosted by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) Wednesday, April 25.
Bottom of the Hill’s house photographer shares some of his favorite images in a small collection featuring indie favorites John Vanderslice and Death Cab for Cutie.
This week’s best gallery openings include new group shows at Big Umbrella, Satellite66, Modern Eden and Root Division.
Maira Kalman and Daniel Handler come together at the Herbst Theatre for a chat with the public Friday, February 3 to assumedly discuss at length not only their recent collaborative effort— two works of young adult fiction 13 Words and Why We Broke Up—but also delve into their own separate artistic endeavors.
This week’s best literary arts events include an alternative media lecture at YBCA, the Colbert Report chaplain at USF, and a chapbook making workshop at ARC Studios.
This week’s best gallery openings include new shows at 111 Minna, the Harvey Milk Photography Center and the Luggage Store Gallery.
This weekend (January 28th and 29th), Daniel Castro Photography will be hosting a communal art project, “Make Love.”
“Make Love” is a fundraiser for SF Camerawork. There will be an open-air photography studio. Everyone in the community is invited to partake in this installation piece. ‘Lip portraits’ will be collected from the public and used to create a large six-foot structure that spells out ‘LOVE.’
The ‘LOVE’ structure as well as individual ‘lip portraits’ will be put up for auction at SF Camerawork near the end of February. The money raised in the auction will go toward their youth photography mentor program, “First Exposures.”
All ages. Free and open to the public. Held at Yerba Buena Gardens in San Francisco from 10 am – 4 pm.
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