Author Archives: Sarah Pritchard


Flaming Lotus Girls Host Somatic Benefit Art Show, May 2

What: Flaming Lotus Girls Host Somatic Benefit Art Show When: Friday, May 2, 8pm–2am Where: 934 Brannan St. (between 8th & 9th) How Much: $10 & up entry by donation The Flaming Lotus Girls, a San Francisco based female-driven art …


Art, Performance & Legitimacy panel discussion and Womenhouse performance

Explore questions of authenticity and “outsider art” followed by a performance by Womenhouse, the largest participating artist group in Work MORE! on Wednesday, April 16, 6–8pm.


SOMArts Commons Curatorial Residencies 2015

                About Glamorgeddon: The Spectacle Glamorgeddon: The Spectacle brings together visual and performance artists in a critical response and free-form celebration of the concept of glamour. It pushes back against the ways in …

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After Dark by Michele M. King in the Ramp Gallery, March 31–April 28

What: After Dark by Michele M. King When: March 31–April 28, 2014 Where: The Ramp Gallery, a community curated space at 934 Brannan St. (between 8th and 9th) Michele M. King is a mixed media artist and social scientist, interested in livable and …

Brontez Purnel Dance Company Boto by Robbie Sweeny

The News: Fresh, Queer Performance

New performance works by residents & friends of the AIRSpace program at The Garage on Tuesday, April 1, 2014, 7:30–9pm.


Work MORE! #6 Opening Event & Interactive Drag Show

Dance, drag and contemporary art collide in the gallery at the free-to-attend opening night party and interactive drag show for Work MORE! #6 this Friday night!


Artist Interview: Ilana Crispi

Michelle Lagasca interviews exhibiting artist Ilana Crispi about her work in Hidden Cities (February 22–Saturday March 22, 2014), which offers gallery visitors a unique way to experience the Tenderloin neighborhood of San Francisco. See more of Crispi’s artwork at Your …


Christina Seely’s Spectrograms in Hidden Cities

Building out of her project Lux, for Intralux, SF, exhibiting artist Christina Seely takes the Hidden Cities exhibition namesake into two seemingly opposite directions. Using a series of spectrograms, Seely investigates the visible and invisible in urban light pollution— the …