On Thursday, May 16, 2013 the funky and hip Phoenix Hotel in the Tenderloin District of San Francisco was jam-packed with local art enthusiasts as they attended the ArtPadSF Opening Night Preview benefiting the SFMOMA SECA Art Award. The SECA Art Award provides recognition to innovative bay area artists for their artistic talent and [...]
(Photo Credit: Joseph N. Pushak)
Looking for a way to celebrate Mother’s Day? Listen To Your Mother will be coming to San Francisco for a show on Mother’s Day. LTYM is a national series of original live-readings of motherhood stories on local stages and via social media. The production works through artistic expression [...]
Evan Wilson (Photo Credit: ESK)
Evan Wilson, aka ESK, took an interest in art from a young age with a background in graffiti art. During his pursuit of a Bachelor of Art at the University of California, Santa Cruz, ESK began to paint from a conceptualized perspective. His current work looks to convey [...]
A glimpse of The McLoughlin Gallery during the opening reception of American Family.
The McLoughlin Gallery is a warm and inviting gallery located in lively downtown San Francisco. The mission of the gallery is to educate and intrigue by showcasing unique and colorful work from established and emerging contemporary artists. A portion of [...]
The highly anticipated annual Southwest Chinese New Year Parade captivated the crowd once again. Hours before the start, adults and children began to set up lawn chairs and blankets to claim their space. The streets were filled with children holding pinwheels, throwing poppers, and blowing bubbles. As the sun began to set, one million [...]
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is a must-see cultural attraction that inspires the creative mind and is an architectural work of art in itself. There are two (very different) photography exhibitions currently showing at the SFMOMA; Cindy Sherman and Naoya Hatakeyama – Natural Stories.
Cindy Sherman (Photo Credit: SFMOMA)
Firstly, American [...]
Barry McGee, otherwise known as “Twist” is one of the biggest figures in the graffiti-artist-turned-gallery-artist world at the moment. A mid-career retrospective of his work will be a much-anticipated show taking place at the Berkeley Art Museum from August 24.
Barry McGee Retrospective (Photo Credit: Berkeley Art Museum)
The globally influential San Francisco [...]
The work of the late and legendary 60′s photographer Brian Duffy is now on display at the Modernbook Gallery in downtown San Francisco until September 1.
Jean Shimpton 1964 by Brian Duffy (Photo Credit: Modernbook Gallery)
This exhibition showcases highlights from his successful career and Duffy’s impressive body of work spanning all genres [...]
If you are looking for one-of-a-kind pieces of jewelry, fashion or home décor by artisan designers, or perhaps would like to be inspired by the largest juried craft show on the West Coast. If so, the American Craft Council Show will be taking place in San Francisco over the weekend of August 3-5, featuring [...]
Photo Credit: Walt Disney Family Museum
In 2009, the Walt Disney Family Foundation opened a 40,000 square foot museum in the Presidio about Walt Disney. It took three old military buildings (barracks), 35 fire extinguishers, 138,000 cables, 224 monitors, and 847 days to complete the Walt Disney Family Museum. I recently went to [...]