Author Archives: Sarah Pritchard

Neil Rivas in the Ramp Gallery June 27—July 16

  What: Illegal Super Heroes by Neil Rivas (Clavo) When: June 27—July 16 Where: The Ramp Gallery, a community curated space at 934 Brannan St. (between 8th and 9th) If humans can be declared illegal aliens due to immigration policies, then …

Holiday Closure Notice

SOMArts Cultural Center will be closed Wednesday, July 4th for Independence Day.

Guest Blog by Erica Gomez: ReFueling with ReMix: ReFraming Appropriation

As a recent transplant to the Bay Area, I’ve spent the past eight months in a queer state of bliss: I’ve now come to the conclusion that it was naivety. I’m familiar with being subjected to the stares, grimaces and …

Bobby Coleman in the Ramp Gallery, June 11–June 25

What: “Piecing it Together” by Bobby Coleman When:  The Ramp Gallery, a community curated space at 934 Brannan St. (between 8th & 9th) Where:  June 11­–June 25, 2012 “Piecing it Together” is a series of wood panel paintings that explores …



Two bills of newly commissioned works by San Francisco and Los Angeles artists redefine relationships between intimacy and performance.

Interview With Exhibiting Artist Bug Davidson

“In this interview with artist Bug Davidson, exhibiting in Queer Cultural Center’s ReMix: ReFraming Appropriation, now through June 26th, Davidson discusses how it is necessary to be flexible with labels as an artist and talks about his work Screen Tests in addition to …

Interview with Exhibiting Artist Paul Baker Prindle

“Not so long ago, living openly as a LGTBQI person was not an option for many people in the United States.  Today’s queer culture has changed significantly and we’ve seen the lasting legacy of Stonewall, Harvey Milk, and the Civil …


Soul & Symbols of a Delta: Contemporary Art from Bangladesh

Opening Thursday, June 7, 5:30–7pm, Alluvial Arts’ inaugural exhibition features the work of four acclaimed Bangladeshi artists. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to experience contemporary art that interprets and reclaims ancient artistic traditions of the Bengal in today’s context.