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Jodorowsky’s Dune Soundtrack Release with SF Composer Kurt Stenzel

Jodorowsky’s Dune Soundtrack Release with SF Composer Kurt Stenzel

The synth-driven, futuristic soundtrack to 2013 American-French documentary film Jodorowsky’s Dune is finally here. The story of Dune is a cosmic story of epic proportions, where creative vision challenges the limits of reality. Also seemingly on that edge, sits this other-worldly and  experimental soundtrack, composed by San Francisco resident composer Kurt…

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Win ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Opening Night Tickets + Super7 Prize Pack

Win ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Opening Night Tickets + Super7 Prize Pack

Enter below for your chance to see Star Wars: The Force Awakens with a friend the day before its official release, at AMC Van Ness on Thursday December 17th at 10:15pm. Also included, is a prize pack of Star Wars goodies from Super7, an internationally recognized and locally-based company…

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The Essential List of Upcoming Bay Area Craft Fairs

The Essential List of Upcoming Bay Area Craft Fairs

San Francisco has long held a reputation for being home to a lot of innovative and crafty folks, and the opportunity to support local merchants and attend craft fairs is kind of a year-round perk in this city. However, in November and December, when craft fair…

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Heron Arts presents “The New Orleanian” Street Party with Red Truck Gallery & Rebirth Brass Band

Heron Arts presents “The New Orleanian” Street Party with Red Truck Gallery & Rebirth Brass Band

On Saturday, November 7th, Heron Arts presents “The New Orleanian”, a Nola inspired block party-like event that will bring together live music, art curated by Red Truck Gallery, and food reminiscent of Nola. Inside the Heron Arts’ converted brick firehouse space, will be a group art show…

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Artist Jean James, Japantown Exhibit & Signing

Artist Jean James, Japantown Exhibit & Signing

This Friday, renowned visual artist James Jean will hold a talk and book signing at Kinokuniya Bookstore in San Francisco’s Japantown. Jean, a Taiwanese American painter and sketch artist known for depicting an elegant absurdity in both commercial and fine art, will introduce his latest…

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SFMOMA Announces Newly Expanded Museum to Reopen in 2016

SFMOMA Announces Newly Expanded Museum to Reopen in 2016

After three years of expansion, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art held a press conference this afternoon to announce that its new building will reopen May 14, 2016. Enhancements include seven new floors of exhibition space, with the fourth floor larger in size than…

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Three Things to Do for Day of the Dead

Three Things to Do for Day of the Dead

Día de los Muertos (or the Day of the Dead) has a history of inspiring San Franciscans to bust out their skeleton face paint and take advantage of tequila happy hour specials across the city. True to the spirit of this traditionally Mexican holiday, which calls…

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The Charming & Historical Curran Theater Begins Extensive Renovation

The Charming & Historical Curran Theater Begins Extensive Renovation

Local theatrical presenter and Tony Award-winning producer Carole Shorenstein Hays is currently leading a massive remodel of Curran Theater in San Francisco. The 1,650-seat venue on Geary Street in Lower Nob Hill, named after its first owner Homer Curran who opened the theater in 1922,…

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17th Annual Animation Show of Shows Expands to the Bay Area

17th Annual Animation Show of Shows Expands to the Bay Area

An awe-inspiring compilation of 11 award-winning short films tours the Bay Area this month as part of the 17th Annual Animation Show of Shows. This one-of-a-kind event opens in three theaters across Northern California. First stop was San Francisco’s Vogue Theatre last weekend, then on…

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50 SF Muni Buses Receive Art Makeovers

50 SF Muni Buses Receive Art Makeovers

Fall is generally known as a time for change – the leaves, pumpkin coffee, sweaters…and did you see the new buses!? Across the city, 50 Muni buses have been transformed into moving art galleries. All the interior panels of these buses have had their advertising temporarily removed and…

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10 Rising Stars of Art Explosion Open Studios

10 Rising Stars of Art Explosion Open Studios

Last weekend Art Explosion, which is considered one of the city’s largest art collectives, opened its doors to the public for its Fall Open Studios this past weekend. The event showcased around a hundred artists at its two locations; one-level of a large warehouse at 2425 17th Street…

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SF Arts Quarterly Magazine (SFAQ) Launches East Coast Counterpart NYAQ

SF Arts Quarterly Magazine (SFAQ) Launches East Coast Counterpart NYAQ

When The San Francisco Arts Quarterly (SFAQ) put out its first issue in 2010 it was somewhat of a necessary response to the times. Andrew McClintock, SFAQ’s current Founder and Editor-in-Chief, had watched two major independent news sources, the SF Guardian and SF Weekly, slash…

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