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This contemporary art school has been in operation since 1871 and features student, teacher, and alumni works at various public events such as fashion shows, film screenings, and gallery exhibitions.
Group show featuring modern video art from Cuba, Mexico, Argentina, Peru, and Bolivia.
Re: our integration with machines, Jaron Lanier is one of the Big Idea Guys. He was talking virtual reality back when it was more like virtual virtual reality. Fascinated by how the Internet affects everything from business to consciousness to... More »
Things weren't going so hot in Japan a decade after WWII. Two of its cities were recovering from having been brutally bombed, and the entire country was dealing with postwar societal depression. Add to this the beginnings of the questioning and... More »
What comes to mind when you think of the two complex (and unrelated) topics of financial systems and exercise? Probably nothing, except maybe sweat. With "Market Fitness: Commodities," artist, writer, and instructor Christian Nagler merges these... More »
There's no beating the Mission for outdoor murals. Yet no art lovers should miss three of the city's indoor walls emblazoned with the work of the Mexican godfather of the art form himself: Diego Rivera. Start at the City Club of San Francisco (check in with the ground floor lobby guard from 8 to 10 a.m. on weekdays for permission to go up to the 10th floor), where Rivera's Allegory of California shows the Amazon deity Califa (our state's namesake) dwarfing a tableau of workers from the... More »
If you're looking for the perfect cheap, arty date, sneak into SFAI's gorgeous campus one clear evening with a sweetheart and a bottle of wine. If anyone looks at you funny, just act like you're preoccupied with conceptual hoo-ha on the way to your studio in the basement. You can admire the art hung around the beautiful courtyard, and see which lucky students have a duet with Diego in the Rivera Gallery (just off the main courtyard). Then head north until you come out onto a big patio, climb... More »
On a quiet stretch of Chestnut, where North Beach's brio accedes to Russian Hill's bankbook, you'll find the San Francisco Art Institute. Step through the portal, stop to admire the goldfish pond, then veer left and continue past the art-laden walls to the open-air piazza at the rear of the building. Procure a refreshment at Pete's Cafe and head skyward, up the nearby steps. The climb is mild, especially given the reward: a serene bay panorama stretching from the Marin Headlands past... More »
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