November 15, 2012
Join Artistic License in celebrating its 30th anniversary at a gala party and benefit for the historic Bayview Opera House and their community programs.
SOMArts’ newest exhibition, Calling on the Spirits to Face the Future: Día de los Muertos 2012, is a celebration of Latino heritage and cultural tradition through art installations by over 80 artists.
Queer Cultural Center celebrates the fifteenth anniversary of the National Queer Arts Festival with an array of programming across San Francisco in June and early July.
On May 20, 2012 from 2-5 p.m., the San Francisco Arts Commission in conjunction with the Bayview Opera House and Mastamind Productions present the free community screening of filmmaker and activist Kevin Epps’ Straight Out of Hunters Point 2.
Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center (APICC) celebrates the fifteenth annual United States of Asian America Festival, a series of programs reflecting the artistic accomplishments and the cultural diversity of San Francisco’s Asian and Pacific Islander communities that takes place every May during Asian Pacific American Heritage month.
Join us for an update on the exciting things happening this year with the programs and improvements to the Bayview Opera House Ruth Williams Memorial Theatre and plaza. Come and provide your input into the BVOH’s future with landscape designer and public artist Walter Hood.
The play Mujeres de Arena, written by Humberto Robles, is based on the testimonies of women in Ciudad Juárez. See it on March 10 at Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts.
The San Francisco Arts Commission will say its goodbyes to longtime Commission President PJ Johnston at a community celebration on March 24, just as the African American Art & Culture Complex welcomes Johnston onto its board of directors.
Join the Bayview Opera House Ruth Williams Memorial Theatre as they host a series of events celebrating Black History Month from a screening of Spike Lee’s Malcolm X to a concert with Marcus Shelby Quartet. Proceeds from these events will be used to support the Dare to Dream ARTS Youth Enrichment program.
This exhibition focuses on the trends of modern travel and aims to answer three questions: Where are we going? What is carrying us across the waters? How do we define this new expatriate experience?
On January 13, ITVS, KQED, and the African American Art & Culture Complex present a free community screening of More Than a Month, a feature documentary that follows an African-American filmmaker on a cross-country campaign to end Black History Month.