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CANCELLED: Creativebug presents Craft City in partnership with Etsy at SOMArts, December 6

What: Creativebug presents Craft City in partnership with Etsy at SOMArts has been cancelled When: Thursday, December 6, 6–8pm Where: 934 Brannan St. (between 8th & 9th) How Much: $10 admission; click here for advance tickets  **This event has been …

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The Strategy Behind the “FruitFence Orchard”, a guest blog by Chacha Sikes

“Lemons are Everywhere” a guest blog by Chacha Sikes, co-creator of the game Lemonopoly. Experience Lemonopoly in-person as part of the Come Out & Play SF Festival on Saturday & Sunday, December 1 & 2, 12–5pm. Click here for festival …

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Exhibition of Armenian talent in visual art, December 1 & 2

What: AGBU Young Professionals present their first annual Emerging Artists Exhibit When: Saturday, December 1, 6pm–11pm & Sunday, December 2, 12pm–4pm Where: 934 Brannan St. (between 8th and 9th) How much: $10-15 admission. Click here for student tickets (must bring …

Michelle Sakhai in The Ramp Gallery, November 28–December 16

What: Awakening, paintings by Michelle Sakhai When: November 28–December 16, 2012 Where: The Ramp Gallery, a community curated space at 934 Brannan St. (between 8th and 9th) The series Awakening explores the idea that after hardship and darkness comes new beginnings, giving us a new perspective. Without …

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Flex your creativity at Feast of Words: A Literary Potluck on Tuesday, November 20th

Eat, write and share with Mariah K. Young and Yasmin Golan on the theme “gamechanger.”

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Come Out & Play SF Opening Night Party

Love to touch the art? Come to SOMArts on Saturday, November 17, 6–9pm, for a free evening of free artist-facilitated games for all ages. Register in advance to skip the lines.

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Come Out & Play SF Festival and Exhibition

From alternative sports, board games and puzzles to iPad apps, laser mazes and proximity sensors, Come Out & Play SF Festival and Exhibition harnesses the ingenuity of game designers to engage San Francisco’s communities in creative play and to transcend preconceptions around human interaction and public space, November 17–December 19.

ANTIGONA in The Ramp Gallery, November 8–25

What: ANTIGONA, artwork by Maria Nunez & Josh Hamilton When: November 8–25, 2012 Where: The Ramp Gallery, a community curated space at 934 Brannan St. (between 8th and 9th) ANTIGONA is a violation of the standard that our physical senses establish. Using the transfiguration of the …