Author Archives: Sarah Pritchard


Oscar Legends and Weapon of Choice, Phase 2

Hero Complex Gallery presents two visual art exhibitions for film buffs under one roof! Opening reception this Friday, February 15th, 6–10pm.


Philanthropy by Design’s 25th Anniversary Event

Wednesday, February 13th, celebrate 25 years of design and recycling with a heart with inspiring cultural offerings, including art, fashion, live music and more!


The One-Year-Anniversary of The News features a “Sweetheart Dance” theme

On Tuesday, February 5th, see new and experimental performances by 10 Bay Area artists, break a heart-shaped piñata and dance with your fellow audience member!


Mourning and Scars: 20 Years After the War Opening Reception

Join us February 1st, 6-9pm for a group exhibition of Salvadoran artists with live music and performances.


SOMArts Summer Shindig Donations

Wish list:  Catering & beverage donations for the SOMArts Summer Shindig on July 20, 3–6pm, or physical items & gift certificates related to: – Restaurants/cafés/culinary delights – Bikes & cycling accessories – Dog related services & accessories – Unique food or bike related experiences/tours …


BarBot: Automatic, March 1 & 2

What: BarBot: Automatic When: Friday & Saturday, March 1 & 2, 8pm–12am Where: 934 Brannan St. (bewteen 8th & 9th) How Much: $25 admission, click here for advance tickets  This March, come hang out with some alternate life-forms at BarBot: …

Elliott C. Nathan in the Ramp Gallery, January 30–February 24

  What: San Francisco on Ham (and other abnormal abstractions), paintings by Elliott C. Nathan When: January 30–February 24, 2013 Where: The Ramp Gallery, a community curated space at 934 Brannan St. (between 8th and 9th Elliott C. Nathan loves bright colors and thick black …

"Black Butterfly" by Juan Carlos Mendazibal

Mourning and Scars: 20 Years After the War, February 1–28

Twelve Salvadoran artists explore the individual experiences of reconstruction and healing in the context of El Salvador’s postwar period. The exhibition opens with a reception on Friday, February 1, 6–9pm.