Museums and Galleries

SF heart art project seeks submissions

17th annual showcase-sale benefits hospital foundation

 

Youngsters reinvent gallery show as film

SFArtsEd students inspired by Zoe Farmer’s nature-themed works

 

Museum of African Diaspora hosts artists in studios

Program is among myriad online upcoming cultural presentations

 

Asian Art Museum deals with dark shadow of Avery Brundage

Entry way bust of racist benefactor has been covered

S.F. Maritime park podcast elucidates, enlightens

‘Better Lives, Bitter Lies’ details role of trickery in city’s history

‘Labor of Love’ details birth of San Francisco Pride

GLBT Historical Society multimedia show looks at event’s first decade

Grand marshal Beswick will miss SF Pride parade

Gay rights advocate marks four decades of activism

San Francisco Pride week events

Exhibitions, performances, film, panels round out 2020 celebrations and commemorations

Virtual tour of SF neon signs as good as walk down Bush St.

Tenderloin Museum co-sponsors nifty online local art, history series

Exploratorium continues COVID conversation series

Scientists share expertise in free timely online talks

Bay Area higher education art students show work online

CCA, SFAI grads and undergrads present virtual exhibitions

Create a mask, win a cash prize

Museum of Craft and Design hosts “Let’s Face It,” an online competition

Long-term installation sounds out about Millennium Tower

‘Point of Final Collapse’ addresses SF’s sinking downtown skyscraper

  • Mar 30, 2020

Cal Academy brings natural world inside

At-home programs include new virtual NightLife festivities

Stanford closes art galleries due to coronavirus threat

Walt Disney Family Museum, Omni Concerts programs also affected

Coronavirus threat postpones Stanford museum programs, Ocean film fest

Officials take precaution as public health concerns mount

Berkeley Art Museum shows Rosie Lee Tompkins’ brilliant quilts

Innovator brought new dimension to textile artistry

Black like Bey

SFMOMA showcases photographer Dawoud Bey’s beautiful, sociopolitical images

Winter 2020 Arts Preview: Museums

Art and science centers show photography, sculpture, installations, painting and more