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Free Event: Live Music, a Psychedelic Light Display & the Conservatory of Flowers

Free Event: Live Music, a Psychedelic Light Display & the Conservatory of Flowers

Slide into summer with a splash of color by experiencing the return of the psychedelic combination of large-scale light art with live music inside Golden Gate Park at the iconic Conservatory of Flowers. On June 20, the City’s Recreation and Parks Department will host a…

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‘FEELS’ Elevates Bay Area Artists, An Interview with Founder Max Gibson

‘FEELS’ Elevates Bay Area Artists, An Interview with Founder Max Gibson

The Oakland art and music scene will be heading to Richmond on June 16th for the sixth edition of FEELS, a music and art exhibition celebrating the creativity of the Bay Area and beyond. Filling 45,000 square feet of the Craneway Pavilion, FEELS6 is sure to…

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‘Festival of the Impossible’ New Media, Augmented & Virtual Reality Art Showcase Lands at Minnesota Street Project

‘Festival of the Impossible’ New Media, Augmented & Virtual Reality Art Showcase Lands at Minnesota Street Project

Immersive art is all around us, whether you like it or not. If you happen to have exhausted all of the angles at the Museum of Ice Cream, or you already crossed the latest inflatable exhibit at the Exploratorium off your bucket list and crave…

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Flower Piano Serenades Golden Gate Park: Twelve Days, Twelve Pianos & the SF Botanical Garden

Flower Piano Serenades Golden Gate Park: Twelve Days, Twelve Pianos & the SF Botanical Garden

Flower Piano, now in its 4th year, returns to Golden Gate Park with twelve pianos strategically placed amongst 55 acres of beautiful gardens. The San Francisco Botanical Garden’s Flower Piano extravaganza takes place for twelve days, July 5th to the 16th, and gives the public…

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Movie Nights on the Beach: Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk’s Free Outdoor Film Series Returns

Movie Nights on the Beach: Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk’s Free Outdoor Film Series Returns

If catching an old school movie favorite while at the beach sounds dreamy, it might be time for a quick trip down to Santa Cruz. Between June 20th and August 15th, the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk is offering free movies on the beach every Wednesday night…

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June Film Guide: Screenings Outside the Mainstream Variety

June Film Guide: Screenings Outside the Mainstream Variety

Summer is here so let the festivals begin! There are experimental films, documentaries, and some romantic dramas. Only a few teasers will be featured here because really, to make the most out of a festival it takes a little research. That’s especially true when your options…

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Art Show Pick: Amsterdam Artist Mando Marie’s “One Trick” Solo Exhibition at First Amendment Gallery

Art Show Pick: Amsterdam Artist Mando Marie’s “One Trick” Solo Exhibition at First Amendment Gallery

Amanda Marie, or as she is more artistically known Mando Marie, is exhibiting at the First Amendment Gallery in San Francisco from June 2nd to June 22nd. For her “One Trick” solo exhibition, you’ll see why she is considered a renowned painter and stencilist. Her materials of…

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Desert Arts Preview Gives a Sneak Peek at this Year’s Burning Man Creative Projects & Installations

Desert Arts Preview Gives a Sneak Peek at this Year’s Burning Man Creative Projects & Installations

For an early look at some of the art projects that will be on display at Burning Man, the Desert Arts Preview gives artists a chance to share and speak about projects they plan to bring to the playa in 2018. This year, organizers of…

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Inflatable and Colossal Works of Art Are Popping Up at the Exploratorium

Inflatable and Colossal Works of Art Are Popping Up at the Exploratorium

The Exploratorium is daring you to become intellectually interactive this summer. Visit the museum from May 26 through September 3 and they promise that even long-time visitors will see the museum space in a whole new way. To do this, they have partnered with Colossal,…

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Kubrick’s ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ Returns to Theaters for Limited 50th Anniversary Screenings

Kubrick’s ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ Returns to Theaters for Limited 50th Anniversary Screenings

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of Stanley Kubrick’s epic sci-fi film 2001: A Space Odyssey, Warner Bros. Pictures is re-releasing the film in a 70mm version at select theaters nationwide on May 18, including the Castro Theater. While this 142-minute mind-bender is always breathtaking on the big screen, the…

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Hospitality House Holds 33rd Annual Art Auction for Community Outreach Programs

Hospitality House Holds 33rd Annual Art Auction for Community Outreach Programs

Hospitality House is gearing up for their 33rd annual art auction, a key fundraiser for their year-round outreach and community building missions, including their Community Arts Program. This non-profit tirelessly supports San Francisco’s Tenderloin, Sixth Street Corridor, and Mid-Market neighborhoods and has created positive change…

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Athen B Makes a Refresh as Part 2 Gallery in Oakland

Athen B Makes a Refresh as Part 2 Gallery in Oakland

It’s rare these days to hear about a new gallery opening in the Bay Area, with the majority of new development focused on shuttering old spaces to make way for the construction of large-scale housing projects and office spaces. That’s why it felt like cause for celebration when Athen…

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