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A video installation incorporating dyed red sugar, a macro lens, and a colony of semi-cooperative ants.
The Center for the Art of Translation is without question one of the most impressive literary organization in the Bay Area, and recently it has bee...
Artists use other people's work all the time when they find something in the pop cultural ether that resonates with them and then fold it into their own art. But sometimes the originators of the borrowed work are not happy and sue, as in recent... More »
It's Revolution, Baby Intersection for the Arts, the pioneering arts and community development org started by Rev. Ted McIlvenna in the '60s, was originally located in the back of a Norwegian rug shop. It was created as a meeting place for... More »
At least 15,000 people died in the March 2011 tsunami that devastated Japan. Vestiges of those lives — portraits of happy couples, kids playing baseball, families eating together — could be seen in scores of personal photos that emerged from... More »
Intersection for the Arts is the oldest nonprofit art space in San Francisco, which basically means it's the mother of what we stand for as a city: art, literature, theater, dance, and bringing commun... More »
If you think street art is confined to the hipster irony of Banksy stencils and Shepard Fairey wheatpastes, think again. There has long been a continuum of artists who use the urban environment to address political and social issues right out in... More »
It's not true that all multidisciplinary arts spaces are dilettantish -- but experience has proven the stereotype generally irrefutable. Luckily, the exception is Intersection for the Arts. The city's oldest alternative arts space (42 years, to be exact), Intersection is unsurprisingly the stalwart among its struggling nonprofit brethren. Its sustained reputation for cutting-edge programs with a populist tinge has to do with the fact that there's no real repertory -- everything... More »
In its 38 years of existence, Intersection for the Arts has established itself as a local powerhouse, showcasing some of the most visionary, provocative art and performance in the city. In its cozy 70-seat theater and spacious gallery, the organization features a calendar with an eclectic mix of live music, lectures, theater, readings, and visual art, from the likes of Alice Walker, bell hooks, the Marcus Shelby Orchestra, and numerous other boundary-pushing artists. Intersection has also... More »
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