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Blurring the Lines
By (Aug 18, 2015)
[b]TechnoCRAFT[/b] offers a thought-provoking view on the relationship between consumer and designer. More »
'Bad Boy' Designer at SFMOMA
By (Feb 28, 2011)
Tobias Wong takes the banally familiar and repurposes it into irony-laden statements about the things we buy and consume. More »
Cartoonist in the Spotlight
By (Feb 20, 2011)
Along with her first-ever exhibition held at the Cartoon Art Museum, Tessa Brunton's new book for Sparkplug Comicbooks is set for publication later this year. More »
Dark Side of the Street
By (Jan 21, 2011)
Now playing at the Orpheum Theatre, the 2004 Tony Award-winning production, Avenue Q, is an uproarious Sesame Street parody. More »
Dark and Disturbing
By (Jan 04, 2011)
The whole world is crazy, happiness is but an illusion, life equals pain, and weíre all teetering on the brink of a psychotic break. Cue the show tunes! More »
Artistic Flirtations
By (Dec 27, 2011)
Love it or hate it, itís the month of love, and youíve got a hot date with the arts this February. Here are our top picks to make your social calendar as sweet as can be. More »
Inspired Idea, Suspect Plot
By (Dec 11, 2011)
Long periods of darkness and small enclosed spaces are part of the adventure at Boxcar Theatreís newest play, [b]Clue[/b]. More »
Happy New Year of Arts
By (Dec 02, 2011)
As the Bay Area rings in the New Year, there is a flurry of new theater, comedy, and gallery shows to complement the recent unsettled winter weather. More »
Satirical Fairytale Fun
By (Nov 07, 2010)
Now at the Orpheum Theatre in San Francisco, Shrek the Musical is chock full of wildly witty satirical fairytale humor. More »
Design + Wine 1976 to Now
By (Oct 22, 2010)
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Artís newest exhibition, [b]How Wine Became Modern: Design + Wine 1976 to Now[/b], attempts to decipher what all the fuss is about. More »
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