The Making & Meaning of Antonio Cortez’ 3D Mathematical I Ching Chart

Below the jump our CCA Community Student Fellow, Bianca Sandiko, interviews exhibiting artist Antonio Cortez about his “3D Mathematical I Ching Chart” as part of Get Lucky: The Culture of Chance. The exhibition is open for viewing this week  Tues.–Thurs.,12-7pm, and …


January & February Volunteer Opportunities

What: Tons of opportunities to make a difference by volunteering at SOMArts! When:  January & February Where: 934 Brannan St. (between 8th & 9th) Our biggest volunteer event of the year, Community Volunteer Garden & Cleanup Day, will be held …


Open Call for Submissions: True Crime

Chances are you’ve committed an illegal act at some point in your life. Here’s your opportunity to make an anonymous confession in the name of art. True Crime is a locally produced representation of everyday life criminality conceived by Critical …


Upgrade! SF Discusses The Art & Technology of Chance

Join the members of Upgrade! SF for a public conversation about new media art to compliment the exhibition Get Lucky: The Culture of Chance.

City Studio Press Seeks Students Ages 12–19

City Studio is an after school arts program run by the San Francisco Art Institute at several community centers through out city. Starting Wednesday, January 25, for the first time ever the course “City Studio Press” will be taught at …


Feast of Words: A Literary Potluck

Eat, write, and share this Tuesday, January 17th with Mariama Lockgington and Charleen Caabay. Mariama explores through poetry how families come together by fate and circumstance through the process of adoption.

Community Generated Poem for Get Lucky: The Culture of Chance

For the opening reception of Get Lucky: The Culture of Chance, A.P. Sullivan constructed and performed a poem in two hours by anonymously collecting the thoughts and reactions of attendees to the surrounding artwork. Below you will find the resulting …


The Sister

Follow this story of forbidden love, belief systems, and taboos from set to set, accompanied by a live musical score, January 11–14.