Poetry and music have always gotten along great together–from the Greek chorus to the iambic pentameter of Shakespeare supplemented in the Elizabethan theater by interrelated musical entertainment.
Out of town visitors and locals alike that flock to Bernal Hill for the stunning panoramic views of San Francisco now have another reason to trek to the top of the grassy knoll.
In a new exhibition, Swedish-born collaborators Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Berg have together hatched a series of animated films and sculptures inspired by the winged flocks that roam the skies.
In honor of the annual November day of the day tradition, SOMArts Cultural Center will be holding a number of events dedicated to giving Bay Area visitors and students a chance to experience firsthand an important cultural celebration for many communities around the world.
With borders separating nation-states becoming less fluid and travel between widely separated regions assailable and affordable, people and places are bound to increasingly resemble one another as information and ideas circulate with ever increasing rapidity.
Now reputed as one of the best documentary photographers to emerge in the 1960s, Danny Lyon transformed the medium of photography by choosing to become a vulnerable and active participant in his photographs, rather than ensconce himself behind a protective and isolating lens.