Tag: Art

San Francisco Starts Universal Basic Income For Artists

SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced a plan for economic recovery, including a basic income program for artists, expanding the Shared Spaces program,...

Madame Tussauds San Francisco Reopens

SAN FRANCISCO—A wax museum Madame Tussauds San Francisco reopened on Friday, October 2, after 6 months of its closure due to the health orders. On...

San Francisco-born Photorealist Dies At 88

SAN FRANCISCO—Robert Bechtle, San Francisco-born photorealist, passed away on Thursday, Sept. 24, at age 88. Bechtle picked everyday life and the world as his...

SFMOMA To Reopen With New Series

SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco Museum of Modern Art announced they will reopen on October 4th with a new series titled Bay Area Walls created by...

SF Museums Allowed To Reopen At Limited Capacity

SAN FRANCISCO—Starting on Monday, September 28, museums in San Francisco have been given approval to reopen, at 25 percent of their normal capacity. The...

Frida Kahlo Exhibit Opens At de Young Museum

SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco de Young Museum announced that it will be reopening next week after being closed for close to 6 months due...

SFMOMA Offers #MuseumFromHome, Free Streaming Service

SAN FRANCISCO—Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) has been temporarily closed, and is offering the free...

San Francisco Art Institute’s Tower As Video Canvas

SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco Art Institute is planning to perform an eight-week video screenings titled “From the Tower: Transmission” on Fridays from September 4...

Thacher Gallery’s Online Exhibition, Artwork From Prison Renaissance

SAN FRANCISCO—On Thursday, August 27, the Thacher Gallery at the University of San Francisco (USF) will launch an opening celebration of “A Matter of...

Asian Art Museum Unveils 3 Commissions For Display

SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco’s Asian Museum of Art unveiled 3 new commissions that will be exhibited to the public in autumn 2020, including a mural...
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