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.
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.
This week’s best literary events include readings from David Gilbert, Mr. Fish, Maureen McHugh, Broke-Ass Stuart, and Sebastian Seung.
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.
With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, this week’s hottest theater events include one steamy dance and two cupid’s arrow comedies.
Writer and performer Graham Gremore’s solo performance Private Parts will be featured every Thursday night through Saturday night during the month of February at SF Playhouse. Private Parts is the opening performance for season three of SF Playhouse’s Sandbox Series.
Sundance signaled the beginning of the 2012 film festival circuit. Missed it? No worries. San Francisco and the Bay Area are home to some of the country’s best and most respected festivals. SF Indie Fest, one of the city’s biggest film festivals, kicks off on February 9 with independent films from around the world.