The News: Let’s Get Musical, Nov 3

A monthly cabaret-style evening of fresh, queer performance, The News is guest curated by Peter Max Lawrence and features Carletta Sue Kay, Daniel Redman, AIDS (Philip Huang & Khalil Sullivan), Jeremy Endo, and Club Meds.

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Today is the Shadow of Tomorrow: Día de los Muertos 2015, Closing Event, Nov 7

Final opportunity to view & interact with the altars, features live music, interactive installations & a Día de los Muertos inspired artist market


Dia de los Muertos: Interview Roundup

Here you can find the interview roundup for this year’s Dia de los Muertos Exhibition. Now in its 16th year, the annual Day of the Dead exhibition at SOMArts Cultural Center offers one of the most internationally diverse Día de …


Today is the Shadow of Tomorrow: Día de los Muertos Exhibition, October 9–November 7, 2015

On view October 9–November 7. Extended gallery hours: Tuesday–Friday 12–7pm, Saturday 11am–5pm & Sunday 11am–3pm.

A Place of Her Own preview

SOMArts Curatorial Residencies 2016 Q&A

SOMArts is hosting three question-and-answer sessions to address questions about our Curatorial Residency and the application process. Chat online or in person with SOMArts staff. Before you register—which you can do here, and which is required for each session—please keep …


Jennifer Lugris in the Ramp Gallery, October 1–November 1, 2015

California contains the largest amount of death row inmates (over 750) in the United States. The majority are housed at San Quentin State Prison in Marin County, just a few miles from San Francisco. During the Day of the Dead, …

ArtSpan 40

SF Open Studios 2015—40th Anniversary

ArtSpan presents a preview of their 40th annual SF Open Studios—the oldest and largest open studios program in the country—with work by more than 450 artists, on Thursday, Oct 8, 6:30-9:00pm.

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The News: An Evening of Fresh, Queer Performance, Oct 6

On the first Tuesday of each month The News, presented by SOMArts Cultural Center, features new, queer work by Bay Area artists. The News is a monthly cabaret evening that spotlights 10-minute or less performance pieces, experiments, and works in …