Author Archives: Sarah Pritchard

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underCurrents & the Quest for Space exhibition by APICC & AAWAA, May 2–25

underCurrents & the Quest for Space is a multidisciplinary arts exhibition and discussion investigating the space occupied by Asian America, socially, artistically and physically.

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Imaginarium Group Exhibition

The Department of Art + Architecture at The University of San Francisco presents a reception for IMAGINARIUM, an exhibition of BA thesis projects from Design + Fine Arts, Thursday, May 16, 6–9pm

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Poetry Reading: Navigating the underCurrents

Activist poets read their original poems in reaction to specific art pieces in the group exhibition underCurrents on Wednesday, May 15, 7pm, free admission.

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Threads in Unbound Kimonos, May 18

What: Threads in Unbound Kimonos, a Butoh Performance by Hiroko Tamano and Troupe, installation by Judy Shintani When: Saturday, May 18, 4–5pm Where: 934 Brannan St. (between 8th & 9th) How Much: $15 admission at the door Three Butoh dancers, enter like …

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Emerging Arts Professionals presents Re-Imagining The Box

Join an open forum for discussion around how R&D fits into arts and cultural innovation, Monday, May 13, 6–8pm.

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Taste of Potrero

Taste of Potrero is San Francisco’s premier food gala, showcasing stellar tastes and libations from local top restaurants on Thursday, May 9th. All proceeds will benefit Daniel Webster Elementary School.

Job Opportunity: Director of Facilities and Technical Operations

UPDATE: The application period for this opportunity has closed. SOMArts is currently seeking a director of facilities and technical operations. This is a senior-level position at a highly collaborative arts nonprofit that presents exhibitions and performances in addition to providing …

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The News: Fresh, Queer Performance

The News is the new place to see fresh, queer performance by Bay Area artists. This May The News collaborates with Queer Cultural Center to give audiences a first look at four National Queer Arts Festival performances on Tuesday, May 7, 7:30–9pm.