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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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SFMOMA’s Grand Reopening, Modern Ball, Fresh Exhibits and New Hours

SFMOMA’s Grand Reopening, Modern Ball, Fresh Exhibits and New Hours

The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art has been closed for three years during its extensive remodel, but on May 14 its doors will finally open again. News of its open date was previously announced last October, but today SFMOMA unveiled details of its first…

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ArtSpan’s Juried Exhibition at the Expansive Midway Complex

ArtSpan’s Juried Exhibition at the Expansive Midway Complex

There is a good chance you will find many local art enthusiasts at ArtSpan’s Selections 2016 Juried Exhibition opening this Saturday. ArtSpan is a non-profit organization that has been supporting the local art community for over forty years. They curate a number of art exhibitions in San…

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3rd Annual FOG Design+Art Fair Returns to Fort Mason

3rd Annual FOG Design+Art Fair Returns to Fort Mason

San Francisco’s third annual FOG Design+Art Fair will open to the public January 14–17 at the Fort Mason Center Festival Pavilion. This unique event converts San Francisco into the epicenter of art and design, celebrating modern art, architecture, technology and design, with dynamic exhibits, custom…

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Local Galleries & Artists Found at Art Basel, Miami Art Week 2015

Local Galleries & Artists Found at Art Basel, Miami Art Week 2015

Miami Art Week, which ran from December 1-6, is a must-see travel destination for art lovers from around the world. This much-anticipated art week included over twenty satellite art fairs, and Art Basel Miami, considered by many to be the most important art fair in the…

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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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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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Makeshift Society Hosts Maker’s Market: DIY, Crafts, Creative Space

Makeshift Society Hosts Maker’s Market: DIY, Crafts, Creative Space

Makeshift Society (MSS) is a co-working hub for artists and holds classes on nearly everything you can imagine. Since it opened its doors in late 2012 they have been cultivating creativity, teaching, and maintaining a community for freelancers, and well, anyone interested in learning something…

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