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Through different media, this organization works to present to visitors a wide array of artistic viewpoints and endeavors. Check out the event calendar on its website for the latest exhibits and films.
High-tech and the mundane meet in a series of glowing, seemingly anamorphic displays.
Multi-disciplinary installations by Kenneth Lo, Ana Teresa Fernandez, and Jennifer Locke.
Successive weekend screenings of each entry in the Austrian director's thematically linked trio of independent films: Love, Faith, and Hope.
Featuring performances by Ballet Folklórico Mexico Danza, Chinese Performing Arts of America, Diamano Coura West African Dance Company, Ensohza Min...
It's anyone's guess how to situate Ulrich Seidl's Paradise on the continuum of movie trilogies, but safe to say that unlike your Bourne and Lord of the Rings and Star Wars and Three Colors and Toy Story, this one seems innately less collectible.... More »
Say this for Mexican director Carlos Reygadas: His films are not predictable. The Latin title of Post Tenebras Lux translates as "After Darkness, Light," but this should not imply any obvious natural logic governing the movie's sequence of... More »
Spring is special in San Francisco. In a city where we spend most of the year wrapped up in sweaters and scarves to fend off the harsh ocean winds, the sun peaking out from behind a perpetual fog bank is music to our eyes. Smuin Ballet, one of... More »
"Since last night it's been one horror after another," says a guy in Ghost Cat of Otama Pond, suggesting one possible tagline for the prolific Japanese film studio Shintoho, which cranked out some 500 mid-century B-movie sensations, including... More »
Alonzo King LINES Ballet celebrates its 30th year as a leading light in contemporary ballet in its spring season. In a new collaborative work, King sets his lapidary choreog-raphy to music by Grammy-award winning double bassist and composer Edgar... More »
Definitely come here! This is a great place if you'd like to impress your date with some fantastic art work and the perfect way to start some intellectual discussions! You can get tea and if the date goes well you can hop right over to the metreon to see a ridiculous hollywood movie... and maybe do some smooching!