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Jeff Whitmore (Public Works & Mighty) Discusses the Latest from Cutting-Edge Music & Arts Venue, The Midway

Jeff Whitmore (Public Works & Mighty) Discusses the Latest from Cutting-Edge Music & Arts Venue, The Midway

Thirty paces north of the Illinois-Marin St. crossing, I stood mesmerized by a slender-faced carnival barker with ghostly complexion. Deathly still in a red and black pinstripe suit, the pale figure stares down from beneath the brim of his topper—a hat twice the size of…

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The Mexican Museum in SF Set to House the Nation’s Largest Latino Art Collection

The Mexican Museum in SF Set to House the Nation’s Largest Latino Art Collection

San Francisco will soon be home to the largest collection of Latino Art in the United States, thanks to the construction of the 60,000 square foot Mexican Museum, which is set to open in early 2019 at downtown Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. Mexican-American…

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‘No Touching’ An Arrested Development Pop-Up Art Show Tribute at Heron Arts

‘No Touching’ An Arrested Development Pop-Up Art Show Tribute at Heron Arts

This Friday, local art collective Beehive Society, will be bringing Arrest Development fans together for NO TOUCHING: an Arrested Development Art Show. This Bluth family reunion (in a remixed visual art kind of way) totes a hefty lineup of around thirty artists, each set loose…

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New Gallery on the Block: Local Lady Curators Open ‘State’ in The Mission

New Gallery on the Block: Local Lady Curators Open ‘State’ in The Mission

In an ever-changing city, where art galleries seem to quietly close as often as friends threaten to move to Portland, it’s refreshing to see new spaces spring up. This month we welcome the new Mission project space/gallery, simply and straightforwardly called “state” to the neighborhood. The…

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100 Chefs Collaborate for New SFMOMA Restaurant, Opens Next Week

100 Chefs Collaborate for New SFMOMA Restaurant, Opens Next Week

The remodeled San Francisco Museum of Modern Art opened last month to the public with many new exhibits and three new restaurants, one of which had not yet opened. Beginning Tuesday, June 14, that restaurant, In Situ, opens on the ground floor for daytime dining…

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Coachella to Lightning in a Bottle: Behind the Scenes with Dede Flemming of The Do LaB

Coachella to Lightning in a Bottle: Behind the Scenes with Dede Flemming of The Do LaB

“Make art. Have fun.” This is The Do LaB’s ethos. The Do LaB is an event production family with a legendary origin story. Sixteen years ago, three brothers and some interesting characters threw a private birthday bash for the history books. It was L-I-T. Now it’s LiB—Lightning…

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The Coachella Review: Weekend One

The Coachella Review: Weekend One

The trek from The Bay to Indio can look a little like the scene from Swingers. Your Vince Vaughn-like friend-of-a-friend hypes up the carpool with Coachella chants while there’s still an 8-hour, traffic-plagued drive ahead. Coachella, baby, ‘chella. Smash cut to drive complete, campsite set, Vince…

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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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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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Local Art Happenings: Lower Branch Celebrates 6th Anniversary at 111 Minna

Local Art Happenings: Lower Branch Celebrates 6th Anniversary at 111 Minna

Lower Branch celebrated their first and second anniversary at 111 Minna and are officially back— this time for their Sixth Anniversary on Friday March 11th. The Lower Branch name first set roots in 2010, with Jarrett (JC) Carlston and Paolo Salazar. Lower Branch has worked with…

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‘Moonage Daydream’ Art Show Tribute to the Legendary David Bowie

‘Moonage Daydream’ Art Show Tribute to the Legendary David Bowie

On Friday March 4, Public Works’ Roll Up Gallery is hosting the art opening for Moonage Daydream, an art show tribute to the iconic musician and legendary performer, that is David Bowie. The show will feature artwork from over twenty Bay Area artists in a variety of styles…

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New Ticket Details Announced: Burning Man 2016 + Da Vinci’s Workshop

New Ticket Details Announced: Burning Man 2016 + Da Vinci’s Workshop

Information about registration and ticket sales for America’s favorite multi-day counter-culture event, Burning Man, is now available at tickets.burningman.org. Thankfully ticket prices have stayed the same as last year, $390 per regular ticket and $190 for each of the 6,000 tickets sold through the Low…

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