Exhibitions

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Ronnie Goodman: The Color of Hope

Exhibit features work created by Goodman through the Arts in Corrections program at San Quentin and Folsom State Prisons.

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A Sensory Feast: Art, Food and Asian American Identity

Immersive exhibition explores the multisensory nature of food, Feb 4—24.

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It’s All A Blur, Dec 9—Jan 28

SF masters Guillermo Gómez‐Peña, Dale Hoyt and Tony Labat take on fear, liberty and the American Dream.

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I Live Here: SF, Nov 5-30

Julie Michelle, recipient of the Commons Curatorial Residency, reveals many fascinating faces and stories of San Francisco.

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SOMArts Ramp Gallery: Silvi Alcivar

Featured artist Silvi Alcivar, presents her art and poetry in this month’s Ramp Gallery exhibit.

2010 Day of the Dead

2010 Day of the Dead Exhibition

El Día de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead, provides a way for people to embrace the beauty of life and to honor the spirits of the dead.

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Ramp Gallery Features Student Photography from June Jordan School for Social Equity

The Ramp features new digital photography exhibition with students of the June Jordan School for Social Equity

Acrylic and oil on paper, 3'x7', 2010

What Cannot Be Taken Away: Families and Prisons Project

Evan Bissell and Community Works offer an exhibition and free workshops resulting from eight months of intergenerational, creative dialogue with Bay Area youth.