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SantaCon is on, Jingle Beer Run, SF Ballet’s The Nutcracker, Silent Skate Party, Animal Collective, Kurt Vile

SantaCon is on, Jingle Beer Run, SF Ballet’s The Nutcracker, Silent Skate Party, Animal Collective, Kurt Vile

The Best Events in the San Francisco Bay Area This Week. Get our list every week in your inbox, Subscribe to our newsletter. Subatomic – A Post Punk/New Wave Happy Hour Friday at The Knockout Santacon San Francisco Saturday at Union Square Flaming Lotus Girls…

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50 Monets Debut at the de Young in San Francisco

50 Monets Debut at the de Young in San Francisco

50 oil paintings from the late years of French impressionist Claude Monet’s life will make their way to the de Young Museum for three months in early 2019. The works of art come from public and private collections in Europe and Asia, some of which…

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Pro Arts’ Statis Festival Transforms Downtown Oakland’s Ogawa Plaza

Pro Arts’ Statis Festival Transforms Downtown Oakland’s Ogawa Plaza

Pro Arts anchors the arts community in downtown Oakland. Their unique place in the arts helps foster non-commercial work that wouldn’t otherwise be possible. Well, this weekend, they’ll be hosting the Stasis Festival featuring sound, video, art, performance, and shopping. The three days, running December…

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Artistic Reflections from the Iranian Diaspora at SOMArts

Artistic Reflections from the Iranian Diaspora at SOMArts

For two days, beginning Saturday, December 1st, SOMArts will showcase works by twenty-two Iranian contemporary artists, reflecting the struggle and growth that emanates from Iran. Art Brief IV: Iranian Contemporary San Francisco explores themes of gender politics, modernization and political conflict. The works in the…

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The Lost Church Fosters the Arts in Intimate San Francisco Spaces

The Lost Church Fosters the Arts in Intimate San Francisco Spaces

The Lost Church is a non-profit located on Capp Street in the Mission District of San Francisco; with a location opening in Santa Rosa very soon. It’s run by a group of artists and industry professionals whose mission is simple, yet robust: “We create, sustain,…

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Recombinant Festival Brings Seismic Sounds to SF

Recombinant Festival Brings Seismic Sounds to SF

From November 26th through December 2nd, three San Francisco galleries will host an array of international and Bay Area artists to put on the Recombinant Festival, a showcase of ethereal and immersive audio-visual performances. Dubbed Transmissions from the Seismic Stations, you’d think the show would have something…

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SF Sketchfest 2019 Lineup Announced: Margaret Cho, Adam Savage, Carol Burnett, Jenny Slate, Reggie Watts, David Cross

SF Sketchfest 2019 Lineup Announced: Margaret Cho, Adam Savage, Carol Burnett, Jenny Slate, Reggie Watts, David Cross

Since its founding by David Owen, Cole Stratton, and Janet Varney in 2001, SF Sketchfest has been the place for local and big-time talent alike to showcase their unique and hilarious comedy stylings. Including sketch, improv, podcast recordings, live-readings, film screenings, music, surprise celebrity cameos,…

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National Geographic’s Stunning Performance Returns to the Bay Area

National Geographic’s Stunning Performance Returns to the Bay Area

Symphony for Our World returns in 2019. The performance pairs National Geographic’s visually amazing natural footage with original symphonic works composed by Bleeding Fingers Music, performed live by a full orchestra and choir. The performance pairs the beauty of nature with the power of sound, and…

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Kid Koala Brings Graphic Novel to Life with Puppeteering, Miniature Sets at SFJAZZ

Kid Koala Brings Graphic Novel to Life with Puppeteering, Miniature Sets at SFJAZZ

Montreal’s beloved DJ, composer, and music producer Kid Koala is no stranger to eclectic showcases, having worked with the likes of Radiohead, Björk, and Gorillaz, to name a few. So it’s no surprise that he’s decided to bring together a few of his varied passions…

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Insightful and Evocative “Working Girls” Photos Discovered in the Bay Area

Insightful and Evocative “Working Girls” Photos Discovered in the Bay Area

On November 15th, Serge Sorokko Gallery will open Working Girls: An American Brothel Circa 1892, an exhibition of photographs from an upscale brothel in Reading, Pennsylvania taken by American photographer William I. Goldman. In conjunction with the release of the book of the same title…

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The International Ocean Film Festival’s Scheduled to Make Landfall

The International Ocean Film Festival’s Scheduled to Make Landfall

The 16th Annual San Francisco International Ocean Festival begins March 7th, and continues through the 10th, 2019. The films screened at the festival will include documentaries, narratives, shorts, animation, and full-length films; many of the films are making their U.S. or world premiere. Besides all…

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Pier 35 to Feature 60 Art Exhibitors from Around the World

Pier 35 to Feature 60 Art Exhibitors from Around the World

Untitled Art, San Francisco has chosen Pier 35 as the location of the third Bay Area installment, this upcoming January. Untitled, Art selects a team to identify and curate submissions from galleries, artist-run spaces, non-profit institutions & organizations. Countless hours were spent finding the the works…

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