International Worker’s Day or May Day only comes once a year but the individuals involved in the Occupy Oakland movement are constantly battling for the rights of workers and seeking to attract more national attention to the issue of inequality.
Artist Tomokazu Matsuyama presents a new solo exhibition at the Frey Norris gallery starting May 3, 2012.
Art and science get cozy at Southern Exposure in new exhibition Intimate Science, which focuses on the work of a number of artist-researchers who draw inspiration from multiple disciplines.
For the first time, the collected work of Oakland-based artist Daniel Clowes including comics, graphic novels and screenplays will be exhibited publicly.
Every Monday until May 7th, Hemlock Tavern presents “Comedy SuperPAC: Promoting Good Comedy and Great Causes Since 2012,” featuring two of San Francisco’s most prominent comedians right now, Nato Green and Kamau Bell, performing new material.
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.