View and interact with the altar installations in SOMArts’ annual Day of the Dead exhibition one last time before it closes! The evening includes Polynesian music and dance, an artist market, and an opportunity to meet the artists, this Saturday, 6–9pm.
SOMArts is gearing up for big events around our annual Day of the Dead exhibition, and we need your help! Find out how you can make a difference this October at the volunteer orientation, Tuesday, September 24, 2013, 6–7:30pm.
This year’s theme “Imagining Time, Gathering Memory” looks closely at how time affects our art, our lives and our ability to gather memories. Click here to learn more & submit a proposal by Saturday, August 24th.
What: Momento mori, photography by Jennifer & David Nicholson When: October 17–November 3, 2012 Where: The Ramp Gallery, a community curated space at 934 Brannan St. (between 8th and 9th) Memento mori is a Latin phrase that translates as “remember your mortality.” It originally referred to a …
The centuries-old tradition of building altars to welcome and celebrate deceased loved ones fuses with present-day artists’ sentiments on the state of life and politics. Elaborate, traditional altars and multi-dimensional art installations are on display through November 10th with extended viewing hours.