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.
The Bay Area has been at the forefront of the fight to foment political change, pushing for the rights of those communities that have been marginalized by government policies and the public at large.
In San Francisco, for many of us, our pets are almost like children and the thought of losing one brings so much trepidation that surely some of us have jokingly considered stuffing our pug or Pomeranian postmortem.
The town has been abuzz with the recent news that SFMOMA could be closed for close to three years to perform public-friendly renovations and a major expansion that will double the amount of gallery space.
Three socially-conscious local artists unveil new work at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Friday, February 17.
This week’s best literary arts events include an alternative media lecture at YBCA, the Colbert Report chaplain at USF, and a chapbook making workshop at ARC Studios.
This weekend, catch an annual holiday favorite and a new comedy by Ninjaz of Drama.