Faye Lacanilao in the Ramp Gallery, May 14–June 2, 2015

Third World For Black Power is a collection of photographs from the “Reclaim Martin Luther King, Jr” action in January 2015, and the SFPD Shut Down in March, which marked the first year of Alex Nieto’s death. It features the …



A visual arts exhibition which explores the complex interdependencies between structures, processes, events, and the collective individual, on view May 1–27

USF Dept. of Architecture and Design

The Department of Art + Architecture at USF presents: [End]eavors

A free to visit exhibition of BA thesis projects from students in the Design program on view May 16–22, 2015


ArtSpan presents: Artist Workshop: All About SF Open Studios, May 26

As SF Open Studios celebrates its 40th anniversary, ArtSpan presents an artist workshop to discuss the largest and oldest open studios program in the country: what it is, how you can participate and what you can expect to gain from joining, …


APICC presents URBAN X. INDIGENOUS, June 6–7

Presented by the Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center, and through workshop, dialogue, and performance, URBAN X INDIGENOUS aims to unite cultural and urban performance artists to strengthen the network of urban-indigenous community members towards collective action. Embracing arts as activism, urban movers, activist-scholars, and …

Courtney Trouble

Queer Cultural Center presents GLITTER BOMB, June 4–27

As part of the National Queer Arts Festival, the Queer Cultural Center presents GLITTER BOMB, a visual art exhibition that explores the physical, social, political, historical, affective, and irreverent dimensions of queer alliances and connections. The group exhibition addresses questions of bonding, connecting, and …

Continuing the conversations DIS/PLAY began

DIS/PLAY Exhibition, photo by Timothy Andrew Photography Following DIS/PLAY, there has been a great deal of press documenting the talented work of the featured artists, the incredible curation of Fran Osborne, and of SOMArts rising to meet the needs of artists …


Naka Dance Theater’s The Anastasio Project, May 1

The Anastasio Project is a multidisciplinary public performance work that investigates racial profiling and state brutality in the streets of Oakland and at the US-Mexico border, using the story of Anastasio Hernandez-Rojas as a point of departure.