Creativity and activism collide in a gallery opening that shares what a career dedicated to social change through art really looks like.
This week’s top literary events include readings and lectures by Heather Donahue, Ben Marcus and Dr. Jane McGonigal.
This week’s best gallery openings include a documentary and photo show at SFAI, a costume party at Lomography, and a street art tribute at SFSU.
This week’s best theater events include Eddie Izzard, Drew Carey (improv!), and cultural dance by the Bolivia Corazon de America.
From February 2-25, catch San Francisco’s David Ball newest art exhibition, Harum Scarum, at 111 Minna Gallery. While Ball’s earlier work has appeared bleaker, his newest exhibition has a more hopeful feel to it. His art has always been a reflection of his personal state of mind, and Harum Scarum exposes his journey from a place of negativity to one filled with more positivity.
This week’s best lit events include the works Tina’s Mouth, Distrust That Particular Flavor and The Time of Our Lives.