Author Archives: Sarah Pritchard

SOMArts is hiring: Event & Support Services Administrator

The Event & Support Services Administrator facilitates access to SOMArts facility and support services, provided at below-market rates to over 100 non-profits and other cultural producers annually through SOMArts’ Affordable Space Program and Neighborhood Arts Services Program. A wide range …

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Making a Scene: Interview Roundup

The legacy of Bay Area alternative spaces is huge. Because our gallery only has so many square feet, here is a roundup of the interviews we’ve been conducting as part of Making a Scene: 50 Years of Alternative Bay Area …

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The Chocolate and Art Show, July 30 & 31

Indulge yourself in some of San Francisco’s finest up-and-coming artists, photographers and creators, with something for everyone: live body painting, live music, face-painting, free nail art/henna tattoos, live portraits, and free chocolate! Click here to buy tickets, and check out a video to …

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Making a Scene Interview: QWOCMAP

2015 Queer Women of Color Film Festival TRAILER from QWOCMAP. For Making a Scene: 50 Years of Alternative Bay Area Spaces we interviewed T. Kebo Drew the Managing Director of the Queer Women of Color Media Arts Project (QWOCMAP) in San Francisco. …

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ArtSpan Artist Workshop: Healthy Art Practices for the Artist and the Environment, July 28

Ever wonder about how your art materials are affecting your health? Do you know how to properly dispose of your spent art materials? Want to be friendly to the environment, although you use hazardous materials in your art practice? Join us …

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Contribute to the Wiki for Collective Memory/Making a Scene

In conjunction with the exhibition, the Bay Area Society for Art & Activism is creating articles for the Collective Memory: Art & Activism Archive for the alternative spaces listed here and any other alternative space that has had an impact. Additionally, it would be great to get …

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Making a Scene Opening Reception, July 9

Opening reception for group exhibition Making a Scene: 50 Years of Alternative Bay Area Spaces features a 7-monitor “Pollination Pod,” a mobile museum of alternative sexual identity, and a special performance.

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Jose Antonio Galloso in the Ramp Gallery, July 2–July 21

[See Spanish Translation below] The photos shown here are based on an initial position of respect. On the one hand, respect understood as the value that allows us to recognize, accept, appreciate and value the qualities of others and their …