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Opening Night Review: SF International Film Festival

Opening Night Review: SF International Film Festival

The city warmed up just in time for the opening night of the SF International Film Festival at Castro Theatre, ushering in another great season of film, events and an all around good time. The festival’s 55th year, dedicated to the late Executive Director Graham…

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The Self Portraits of Cindy Sherman

The Self Portraits of Cindy Sherman

Photographer Cindy Sherman has been producing self-portraits since the mid 1970s that deconstruct and play with the idea of identity and photography as a medium of visual representation.

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Narrowing the Gap Between Science and the Humanities

Narrowing the Gap Between Science and the Humanities

Art and science get cozy at Southern Exposure in new exhibition Intimate Science, which focuses on the work of a number of artist-researchers who draw inspiration from multiple disciplines.

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Jonathan Moscone in Conversation

Jonathan Moscone in Conversation

As part of the monthly Arts in Dialogue series at the The Yerba Buena Community Benefit District, playwright and director Jonathan Moscone will be speaking live about local art and culture with SF Appeal Editor, Eve Batey.

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Preview: 55th SF International Film Festival

Preview: 55th SF International Film Festival

The San Francisco International Film Festival, the longest running American film festival, is back for it’s 55th year. With nearly 175 film screenings, the film festival celebrates innovative and original films April 19 through May 3.

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Movie Review: Bully

Movie Review: Bully

Bullying has been long considered a fact of elementary and high-school life, an unfortunate rite-of-passage, an experience most of us try to forget, either because we were, in fact, bullied, because we ignored the bullying of others (thus making us complicit in their bullying), or…

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‘Writers With Drinks’ Literary Night Olio

‘Writers With Drinks’ Literary Night Olio

The eleventh anniversary celebration of spoken word variety show Writers With Drinks happens Saturday, April 14 from 7:30 to 9:30 PM. 

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Exhibition by Legendary Cartoonist Daniel Clowes in Oakland

Exhibition by Legendary Cartoonist Daniel Clowes in Oakland

For the first time, the collected work of Oakland-based artist Daniel Clowes including comics, graphic novels and screenplays will be exhibited publicly.

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Revisiting the Ancient Art of Printmaking

Revisiting the Ancient Art of Printmaking

Printmaking, the art of creating an image not by drawing directly on paper, but by indirect transfer, has existed in some form for close to a millennium.

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Nato Green and Kamau Bell: Seeing the Humor in Politics

Nato Green and Kamau Bell: Seeing the Humor in Politics

Every Monday until May 7th, Hemlock Tavern presents “Comedy SuperPAC: Promoting Good Comedy and Great Causes Since 2012,” featuring two of San Francisco’s most prominent comedians right now, Nato Green and Kamau Bell, performing new material.

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Opera with a Dash of Young SF Culture

Opera with a Dash of Young SF Culture

ODC Theater presents the world premiere of Jack Perla and Rob Bailis’ opera LOVE/HATE, a story of two strangers who meet at a bus stop and the feelings that develop from there. The opera will only be shown in the Bay Area for three days on…

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Live Sculpting at Project One to Support Art and Politics

Live Sculpting at Project One to Support Art and Politics

A fundraiser to support the completion of the Truth is Beauty project and the re-election campaign of Alex Rosenthal to the San Francisco Democratic County Central Committee in June 2012 happens Friday, April 6, at Project One starting at 7pm.

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