Two bills of newly commissioned works by San Francisco and Los Angeles artists redefine relationships between intimacy and performance.
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.
Longing to see something delightfully queer, thrillingly experimental and brand new? The News is for you! Tuesday, June 5, 7:30pm
Mingle with editors and writers and join a discussion about the state of APIA literature, Thursday, May 24, 7–9pm.
Through dance, live music, animation and installation Dohee Lee takes the audience on the journey of her own self-discovery while exploring ancient Korean mythology. Get your ticket today for performances Friday, May 18 & Saturday May 19, 8PM.
Share a meal and your creativity with literary spitfire Cassie J. Sneider and Kuukua Yomekpe, a culinary guest who bridges the gap between cultures with her adapted Ghanaian dishes.
Tonight’s Taste of Potrero event was designed with a focus on local, independent restaurants and bars featuring hand-crafted, bold tastes. All proceeds benefit Daniel Webster Elementary School.
Come check out Richard Ceely’s first solo exhibition in the Bay Gallery, opening with a reception Friday, May 4, 7–10pm, and continuing Saturday, May 5, 12–5pm.