Carlie Wilmans, founder of the arts nonprofit 500 Capp Street Foundation, has come under fire after starting proceedings to evict a family from a duplex she owns in the Mission District.
Niloufar Talebi, who knew Shamlou since she was a child, has written a memoir and opera on the poet and how he affected her life.
The museum has opened a permanent exhibition about Black activism in the Bay Area, which, contrary to public perception, was not always an accepting, progressive place.
Satsuki Ina, who contributed familial artifacts to an exhibition on the detention of Japanese Americans, is also organizing a memorial and protest with 60 former incarcerees.
In 2019, thousands of artworks from 1923 entered the public domain. Speakers from Creative Commons, the Internet Archive, and other places share why this matters.
Adam Linder stresses the labor of dance whenever he offers up his “choreographic services” to museums.
An exhibition documents how California and photography grew up together, and how photos influenced the rest of the country’s perception of the state’s two leading cities.
Rosten Woo hopes the bells will help create political pressure about air quality in West Oakland, which is circled by freeways and diesel trucks.
The class, part of The Feminist School of Painting at KADIST, challenged traditional ideals of beauty.
Kulapat Yantrasast, who is designing the expansion for San Francisco’s Asian Art Museum, prefers his museum designs to “take a backseat” to the art and visitors.
Lindsay Tunkl’s performance series, Parting Practice: Rituals for Endings and Failure, invites participants to practice parting from ambitions, hopes, possessions, friends, family, and your life.
Meiselas, whose documentary photography is wide ranging, says the one thing that ties her work together is her “relationships with subjects over time.”