San Francisco
Intermittent clouds
54°F
Sign in or Register
New Years Eve San Francisco

Arts - page 2 News

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Launches New Podcast Series, ‘Raw Material’

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Launches New Podcast Series, ‘Raw Material’

Beginning this week, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) partners with Bay Area artist and writer Ross Simonini to launch a six-episode, arts and culture podcast called, Raw Material. The first fall season, titled “Otherworld,” documents artists who work with the unknown, such as…

Continue reading →

Prototyping Festival Seeks to Make Market Street a More Vibrant & Connected Destination

Prototyping Festival Seeks to Make Market Street a More Vibrant & Connected Destination

On October 6-8, Market Street will be transformed for the second consecutive year by more than 30 models, or “prototypes.” The festival will display performance spaces, relaxation zones, educational spaces, green spaces, and interactive art installations. The Market Street Prototyping Festival, an equal partnership between…

Continue reading →

The Real MVPs of Symbiosis Gathering 2016

The Real MVPs of Symbiosis Gathering 2016

Symbiosis Gathering is an amphibious, pop-up paradise where clothing is optional and respect is required. The temporary oasis springs to life in a dusty California town that calls itself “the cowboy capital of the world.” Last weekend, more than fifteen thousand adventurous souls—and a heatwave—converged upon…

Continue reading →

Pop Up Mag & Noise Pop Collab for a Unique Outdoor ‘Stories & Sounds of California’ Experience

Pop Up Mag & Noise Pop Collab for a Unique Outdoor ‘Stories & Sounds of California’ Experience

Pop Up Magazine needs no introduction. The San Francisco-based event series by California Sunday Magazine is the traveling, multidisciplinary, entertaining hot ticket in any town, and its creators are never using the same trick twice. This week, a unique twist on the storytelling and the…

Continue reading →

The SF Symphony’s Film Series Returns

The SF Symphony’s Film Series Returns

Get your popcorn ready! The San Francisco Symphony’s announced the schedule for their annual Film Series with four of Hollywood’s finest films: 2001: A Space Odyssey, On the Waterfront, Indiana Jones and Raiders of the Lost Ark, and Casablanca. Film Series programming at the Davies…

Continue reading →

Free Days for SF Residents Announced at Cal Academy of Sciences

Free Days for SF Residents Announced at Cal Academy of Sciences

The California Academy of Sciences is inviting San Francisco residents to come visit the living museum for free on certain days during the fall, and again in the spring. Depending on the neighborhood you live in, there are certain days of the year when you…

Continue reading →

Local Business Spotlight: Dorset Finds in Berkeley

Local Business Spotlight: Dorset Finds in Berkeley

Justin Dorset, both a curator and collector, has lived in Vancouver, Calgary, Sydney, Melbourne, London and New York and has now chosen Berkeley’s Gilman-San Pablo neighborhood for his showroom’s location, which opened its doors earlier this summer. The new space, Dorset Finds, is full of…

Continue reading →

7 High-Flying Films to Get You Stoked on the Upcoming Drone Film Fest

7 High-Flying Films to Get You Stoked on the Upcoming Drone Film Fest

Aerial cinema elevates storytelling to new heights, and the Flying Robot international Film Festival (FRiFF) returns to SF for its second year to showcase drone culture and high-altitude cinematography. The festival will take place November 17, serving as an international platform for showcasing compelling short…

Continue reading →

The 7th Annual Super Hero Street Fair & 5 Cosplay Tips To Get You Costume-Ready

The 7th Annual Super Hero Street Fair & 5 Cosplay Tips To Get You Costume-Ready

The 7th Annual Super Hero Street Fair, from the co-producers of the How Weird Street Fair, is fast-approaching. And in a city that loves to dress up, expect to see a full range of hilarious, magnificent, and bad-ass costume varieties at this event. Please note:…

Continue reading →

SF Welcomes Back Its First Large-scale Comic Convention in Five Years

SF Welcomes Back Its First Large-scale Comic Convention in Five Years

San Francisco will once again be home to a large-scale comic book convention with the arrival of San Francisco Comic Con this weekend. The convention will be held at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis and will run from Friday, September 2nd, through Sunday, September 4th….

Continue reading →

15th Annual SF Zine Fest: DIY Culture, Independent Artists & the Alternative Press

15th Annual SF Zine Fest: DIY Culture, Independent Artists & the Alternative Press

SF Zine Fest is one of the city’s most beloved events for independent writers, artists and creators—and it’s almost here! Multiple events run by SF Zine Fest are already underway, Comics & Zine Marathon is Saturday (details below)—and the official SF Zine Fest is Sunday, September…

Continue reading →

A Look at Michael Christian’s Iconic Burning Man Sculpture Art

A Look at Michael Christian’s Iconic Burning Man Sculpture Art

When thinking about Burning Man, a stark desert background, interactive art, fire (of course!), bizarre costumes, and larger-than-life sculptures come to mind. And among these pieces of 3D art are some giant structures whose scale leaves you humbly looking up in awe–these are the types…

Continue reading →

Page 2 of 70 1 2 3 4 5 ... Last →