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Place/Displaced Opening Reception

The opening reception for Place/Displaced, presented by SOMArts and Bayview Opera House, features a drum circle that anyone can join, live performances and painting, brief artist talks and interactive installations facilitated by more than 13 participating artists and groups on Thursday, November 20, 6–9pm

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Project Nunway Six-Six-Six: Heretics of Fashion, November 15

The sixth annual Project Nunway fashion show featuring members of the San Francisco Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, Inc. will be held at SOMArts for the very first time on Saturday, November 15th. Each year, talented designers are paired up with …

New video! Meet the artists & curators behind the Day of the Dead exhibition

Video by Preston Curley

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Artist Interview: Malik Seneferu

How did you curate the pieces in your altar? How did you decide which to include and how to include them? There’s an ecliptic energy that I wanted to project. In this shrine I had the energetic force I wanted …

Police Brutality Zine Resources from the Altar “Not One More”

These zines are part of an altar installation dedicated to victims of police brutality. “Not One More” by Carrie Leilam Love, Fallon Young and their collaborators, is on view October 11–November 8 at SOMArts as part of Visions at Twilight: Dia …

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Artist Interview: Candi Farlice

What altar were you most surprised or excited by? My favorite piece is the one with the computers and the headsets by Howie Katz because I have a big family and I realize how we’re losing the ability to communicate. …

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Late Nite Art, October 30

Late Nite Art, presented by ArtSpan to accompany the SF Open Studios Exhibition 2014,  is an evening of collaborative art-making, delicious food, music and insightful discussion. In a few words, it’s a social art and dining experience. Alongside a locally-sourced …

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Artist Interview: Martha Rodriguez

What is the single most important take-away that you want viewers to get from your altar? Either visually or conceptually. I want viewers to understand that there are no easy answers to gentrification. We are all angry about the changes …