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USF Professor and Poet Aaron Shurin To Read at UC Berkeley

USF Professor and Poet Aaron Shurin To Read at UC Berkeley

A trip to the East Bay around lunch time on the first Thursday of every month may be in order for poetry lovers to catch Lunch Poems–a series of talks featuring award winning local poets reading their work in person.

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Paul Hemming Discusses New Art Gallery Mirus

Paul Hemming Discusses New Art Gallery Mirus

Paul Hemming is a nightclub owner, DJ, record producer and restaurateur who most recently has been working on a new venture—an art gallery, Mirus, recently opened in the SoMA that features the work of emerging and established artists and aims to foster a spirit of…

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Zine Design Workshop With DIY Hero V. Vale

Zine Design Workshop With DIY Hero V. Vale

Contrary to popular belief blogging didn’t kill the zine; the paper zine persists even in the digital age, uniting and creating new underground communities across time and space bound together by their mutual interests.

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Multimedia Performance Presents Novel Mix of Music and Poetry

Multimedia Performance Presents Novel Mix of Music and Poetry

Poetry and music have always gotten along great together–from the Greek chorus to the iambic pentameter of Shakespeare supplemented in the Elizabethan theater by interrelated musical entertainment.

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Outdoor Exhibition Making Use of Architectural Features of Bernal Hill To Open

Outdoor Exhibition Making Use of Architectural Features of Bernal Hill To Open

Out of town visitors and locals alike that flock to Bernal Hill for the stunning panoramic views of San Francisco now have another reason to trek to the top of the grassy knoll.

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Wes Anderson Inspired Miscellany Art Show

Wes Anderson Inspired Miscellany Art Show

Drawing on the distinctive cinematic style of Wes Anderson that has become ubiquitous in the last decade, a group of artists pay homage in various different mediums in the annual Bad Dads exhibition at Spoke Art.

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Parallels Between Avian and Human Behavior Animated at YBCA

Parallels Between Avian and Human Behavior Animated at YBCA

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.

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The Paris Review Touches Down at Tosca Cafe

The Paris Review Touches Down at Tosca Cafe

When perusing the capacious commentary of fiction writers on writing, the  tireless researcher will find to his or her dismay a glut of contradicting advice on what makes a terrific short story, and how exactly to construct such a tale.   

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Day of the Dead Exhibition at SOMArts Cultural Center

Day of the Dead Exhibition at SOMArts Cultural Center

In honor of the annual November day of the day tradition, SOMArts Cultural Center will be holding a number of events dedicated to giving Bay Area visitors and  students a chance to experience firsthand an important cultural celebration for many communities around the world.

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Cristina Guerreiro on Memory, Migration and Identity in the Modern Age

Cristina Guerreiro on Memory, Migration and Identity in the Modern Age

With borders separating nation-states becoming less fluid and travel between widely separated regions assailable and affordable,  people and places are bound to increasingly resemble one another as  information and ideas circulate with ever increasing rapidity.

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Photographs by New Journalist Danny Lyon at the deYoung Museum

Photographs by New Journalist Danny Lyon at the deYoung Museum

Now reputed as one of the best documentary photographers to emerge in the 1960s, Danny Lyon transformed the medium of photography by choosing to become a vulnerable and active participant in his photographs, rather than ensconce himself behind a protective and isolating lens.

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Art Span’s Annual Open Studio Kicks Off

Art Span’s Annual Open Studio Kicks Off

Starting the weekend of October 13, lovers of the visual arts have the opportunity to once again experience all that the studios of San Francisco have to offer during the month long annual Art Span Open Studio event.

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