All Possible Futures, January 14–February 13

What happens when graphic designers extend the boundaries of their discipline and initiate creative explorations built on risk and uncertain ground? All Possible Futures explores the potential of graphic design and celebrates a questioning of boundaries. Opens with a reception Thursday, January 16, 6pm–9pm.


NutCrackOr, December 20 & 21

What: NutcrackOr Ballet Performance by Man Dance Company When: Friday, December 20, 8–10pm; Saturday, December 21, 8–10pm & 2–4pm Where: 934 Brannan St. (between 8th & 9th) How Much: $35–45 admission, click here to purchase on Brown Paper Tickets NutcrackOr is …

El Cuerpo Diferente by Mia Rollow and Gerardo Juarez by photographer Norma Patiño

The Strangest Nude: Open Call for Non-normative Bodies, Deadline December 30

Performance artist Guillermo Gómez-Peña invites individuals with self-defined non-normative kinds of beautiful bodies interested in performing nude to send a photo to: The chosen two performers will be awarded a $50 stipend each to perform. The performance will consist …

Volunteer for 100 Performances!

Ring in the New Year with 100 Performances for the Hole on Saturday, January 4th! Start 2014 with karma in the bank by volunteering to help at this huge performance extravaganza! We really are calling all volunteers! Email or call 415-863-1414, …


100 Performances for The Hole

A one-night-only mini-marathon of artistic moments, Saturday, January 4, 2014, 5:58pm–midnight. Advance tickets recommended for this night of radical self-expression and experimentation.


San Francisco Youth Arts Summit

A day of interactive performances, exhibits, workshops and food, by and for Bay Area youth, Saturday, December 14, 1pm–6:30pm.


No End In Sight: Artist Talk & Performance

Join All Good Things… curator Justin Hoover and exhibiting artists in conversation about time-based art followed by a performance on Wednesday, December 11, 7–9pm.


ARTCRANK: A Poster Party for Bike People

ARTCRANK, a show of bicycle-inspired poster artwork, celebrates bikes and local artists, and supports World Bicycle Relief, Friday, December 6, 5:30pm–10:30pm, free admission.