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But Tell Me What it Feels Like, Performance Festival May 4–6

  SOMArts Cultural Center presents But Tell Me What it Feels Like: The Erotic Practice of Liberation curated by Sarah Toshie Cargill. The first-ever recipient of the SOMArts Curatorial Residency for Performing Arts, Cargill has benefitted from 5 months of intensive …

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SOMArts releases first-ever Annual Report

SOMArts is proud to announce the publication of its first-ever Annual Report, covering the fiscal year July 2015–June 2016. Thanks to the support of SOMArts’ community of artists and arts lovers, FY2016 was a groundbreaking year for SOMArts, with programs exploring …

Director of Communications & Strategy

SOMArts Director of Communications & Strategy Reports to: Maria Jenson, Executive Director Supervises: Community Engagement Manager, Communications Intern, Volunteers Position Overview: SOMArts seeks a creative and strategic thinker to build the public profile of SOMArts and the diverse artists we …

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SoMapagmahal in The Ramp Gallery, March 20–April 24

SoMapagmahal presents Brown Joy, showcasing the collective cultural memories and daily experiences of Filipinx/Filipinx American youth in the South of Market. By learning how to use a 35 mm film camera, participating students explored the ways art can humanize marginalized …

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SOMArts presents ¡Demasiado! : A benefit for SOMArts, April 14

¡Demasiado! Too much glamour. Too much fun. Too much art. Too much hope for the future. On Saturday, April 14, SOMArts will present ¡Demasiado! — an immersive art party, community meal and dance party to support the organization at the …

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CCA Fashion Experience 2018, May 11

This May, the CCA Fashion Experience 2018 will debut eleven professionally juried thesis collections from graduating students in the school’s fashion design program. The students will present their work through both fashion show and, for the first time, artistic installations …

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What’s Next: An exhibition of BA Thesis Projects from USF Design Program, May 14–18, 2018

What’s Next is an exhibition of BA Thesis projects from students in the University of San Francisco’s Design program. This exhibit features the work of twenty seven graduating design majors, and is an impressive group of multimedia projects. This exhibition has …

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Diasporic Alchemy, March 8–April 5, 2018

SOMArts presents Diasporic Alchemy: Transforming Ancestral Traditions into Ritual Futurisms co-curated by Louis Chinn and missTANGQ. The third exhibition in the 2017–2018 season of the SOMArts Curatorial Residency, this group exhibition centers artists whose identities as immigrants, activists, LGBTQ, and …