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Photo of the Week: Zane Gan

Photo of the Week: Zane Gan

This weeks photo by Zane Gan (SF) How would you describe your style in photography and your Instagram feed? Zane: I see my style as something very emotional, intense and annoying. Like me. However, I do see that inconsistency is a part of my charm if I…

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Featured Artist: Tory Van Wey

Featured Artist: Tory Van Wey

This month, SF Station spotlights work from Tory Van Wey, an artist with a botanical obsession and a wily hand for turning detailed illustrations into graphic art. Van Wey is a self-acclaimed “social late bloomer” who has always been working with her hands in creative…

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‘Perpetual Motion’ Brings Automata Into Focus With Curator & Contemporary Artist Tom Haney

‘Perpetual Motion’ Brings Automata Into Focus With Curator & Contemporary Artist Tom Haney

Heron Arts curator Noah Antieau has teamed up with Atlanta-based automata artist Tom Haney to present “Perpetual Motion: Contemporary Interpretations of Fine Art Automata”, opening Saturday April 16. The show is considered to be the first US exhibition of fine art automata. Automata, or figurative kinetic…

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Free Neighborhood Festival: Playland on Balboa

Free Neighborhood Festival: Playland on Balboa

Live music acts, artist, vendors and local businesses have combined forced to create “Playland on Balboa”, a new neighborhood event in the Richmond District. On April 16, from 2pm until 6pm, all along Balboa Street between 34th and 37th Avenues, expect to find entertainment for…

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Photo of the Week: Alfin Lian

Photo of the Week: Alfin Lian

Want to be featured on our Photo of the Week feature? Submit your photo by tagging us @sfstation on Instagram and don’t forget to add #snapwednesday This weeks photo is by Alfin Lian (San Francisco) How would you describe your photography? Alfin: I like how I am able to…

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Photo of the Week: Karen Teja

Photo of the Week: Karen Teja

This weeks photo by Karen Teja (San Francisco) AKA Corossol_ What is the meaning behind the name Corossol and how would you describe your Instagram feed in a nutshell? Karen: There’s actually no hidden meaning behind the name Corossol except the fact that it’s simply…

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Films Announced for 59th San Francisco International Film Festival

Films Announced for 59th San Francisco International Film Festival

Experience an extraordinary showcase of cinematic discovery and innovation at the 59th San Francisco International Film Festival (SFIFF). This globally represented event runs runs for fifteen straight days, from April 21 through May 5, and features nearly 200 films and live events, 14 juried awards…

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Featured Artist: Michael Kerbow

Featured Artist: Michael Kerbow

This month, SF Station highlighted work from featured artist Michael Kerbow, known for crafting intricately patterned landscapes that foretell a darker side to modern expansion. San Francisco-based Kerbow, who participated in ArtSpan’s Selections 2016 Juried Exhibition at the Midway Gallery in SF this past January,…

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Get Tickets to the New SFMOMA This Week with Free Admission on Opening Day

Get Tickets to the New SFMOMA This Week with Free Admission on Opening Day

Art fans – mark your calendars. Free admission tickets to the newly expanded and transformed SFMOMA go on sale Wednesday, March 30, at noon at www.sfmoma.org/visit. Opening day will be free to public on Saturday, May 14, from 10am to 8pm, following an inaugural ceremony….

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Photo of the Week: Miss Mak

Photo of the Week: Miss Mak

Our pick this week is by Miss Mak (San Francisco) What inspired you to pick up photography and what are your favorite things to shoot? Miss Mak: “If it’s not on Instagram, it didn’t happen.” Jokes aside but to answer your question properly. I’ve always…

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Renowned Photographer Annie Leibovitz Premiers Iconic ‘WOMEN: New Portraits’ Series in SF

Renowned Photographer Annie Leibovitz Premiers Iconic ‘WOMEN: New Portraits’ Series in SF

Impressive photographs of some of the world’s most influential women, from distinguished ballerina Misty Copeland to Facebook CEO Sheryl Sandberg, are currently on display to the public at Building649, at The Presidio’s Crissy Field. The free exhibit, titled “Women: New Portraits,” runs from March 25…

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Photo of the Week: Isa Grassi

Photo of the Week: Isa Grassi

This weeks photo by Isa Grassi (San Francisco) How would you describe your photo illustrations and which one is your favorite amongst everything that you have worked on? Isa: All my paintings and prints are traditionally made, the only times I work digitally is when…

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