TSFF & SOMArts Annual Murphy and Cadogan Contemporary Art Awards Exhibition

A focused look at the future of the Bay Area visual and media arts landscape, showcasing 24 promising visual artists working across disciplines, opening with a free reception, Thursday, September 3, 6:30–9pm


Makers, Music & Mimosas 2015

Please note: this event is SOLD OUT! If you’d like to attend, please sign up for the waitlist on Eventbrite and we will notify you if a spot becomes available on a first-come, first-served basis. We will also maintain the waitlist at …

ArtSpan Art Tasting

ArtSpan SF Art Tasting 2015

Join ArtSpan for a taste of art, games, wine, and stimulating discussion at the SF Open Studios Exhibition. Admission:–  $10 General Admission, includes wine tasting and light snacks.–  Current ArtSpan Members & Registered SF Open Studios Artists will receive a promo …

Parrish Blue Night

Danja in the Ramp Gallery, August 28–September 30

Over time, Danja has eagerly pursued a variety of artistic expressions and mediums. This and the inspiration acquired from other artists, writers, musicians, philosophers, and nature are the “wind beneath her wings.” Recently she has been creating collages. Each one …


ArtLaunch 2015

Join ArtSpan at ArtLaunch, the opening reception for the SF Open Studios Exhibition! Be the first to preview over 400 original artworks available for sale. Meet participating SF Open Studios artists and art lovers in one exhibition space while enjoying …


Calling Artists for Día de los Muertos 2015

Now in its 16th year, SOMArts’ Day of the Dead exhibition is one of the most internationally diverse Día de los Muertos celebrations in the United States. Over the years, this group exhibition has brought together a wide variety of perspectives …


Artist Interview: Masako Miyazaki

Your work explores the ways different elements or facets merge and clash, whether they are natural phenomena or identities. What about these meetings interest you? My background is in animation so the core of my work, starting from my undergraduate …


Making a Scene: 50 Years of Alternative Bay Area Spaces

Making a Scene, which received critical support from the National Endowment of the Arts, spotlights a rich history of Bay Area artist-run, independent and alternative spaces, as well as the pioneers and contemporary trailblazers of social justice who utilized these spaces as a catalyst and megaphone. The exhibition is free to visit through August 20th during gallery hours.