This March, the best First Thursday and Friday lineup includes new shows at Ugallery, Marx & Zavattero and Wix Lounge.
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.
This week’s best literary events include BookFest 2012, a glimpse into cycling with the stars and a bitter(sweet) bookstore crawl.
This week’s best gallery events include a special Sketch Tuesdays, Frank Schott bike photography, and Chance James’ first solo show in SF.
Three socially-conscious local artists unveil new work at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Friday, February 17.
The de Young Museum will be hosting Process by 2012 de Young artist fellow Monique Jenkinson (aka Fauxnique) at the Kimball Education Gallery starting February 15 and ending February 26, Wednesday through Sunday from 3-5pm.
This week’s best visual art event include a solid lineup at the Mezzanine, Wix Lounge and Fecal Face Dot Gallery.
The Mexican Museum, located temporarily at Fort Mason Center in San Francisco, has been granted membership in the prestigious Smithsonian affiliate museum network. It is the first museum in San Francisco to be honored with a national affiliation.