Who’s in town Performance artist Karen Finley performs excerpts from her newest book, “The Reality Shows,” and converses with Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Executive Director Ken Foster. [7 p.m., YBCA, 701 Mission St., S.F.]Lectures Read More
Now that Wednesday’s announcement of the iPad 2 in San Francisco is more or less a done deal, questions remain only about the tablet’s exact specifications, and perhaps a more nerdy query: Who will be there to present it? Read More
As locations such as Vancouver, British Columbia, and New Mexico offer film productions huge tax breaks, San Francisco is giving moviemakers a different sort of perk to breathe new life into an industry that once flourished in The City. Read More
German choreographer Pina Bausch, who died last year, is one of the most famous and controversial figures on Europe’s modern-dance scene.
Her works taxed the patience of some, but compelled many others to become devoted fans.
Beginning Thursday and running through May 30, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts presents “To the Limit: Pina Bausch on Film,” a defining collection covering many aspects of her career and work. Read More
Performance artist Sara Kraft makes mesmerizing art of big issues.
Her latest work, “HyperReal,” which receives its world premiere today through Saturday at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, is an unflinching, multidimensional look at how technology shapes and contorts how we view and interact with each other and the world around us. Read More