San Francisco - Arts & Culture
Club Fugazi’s upcoming show ‘Dear San Francisco: A High-Flying Love Story’ has big shoes (and hats) to fill, but this highly anticipated “acrobatic love letter” to the city now has tickets on sale and an opening date.
Artist Rik Lee Leipold is celebrating their first museum show, and will host an artist talk and live resin casting of a pothole outside of the Tenderloin Museum on Saturday, June 12, 2021.
Gilbert Baker Foundation unveils Pride Flag art exhibit 'In Their Own Voices' at Harvey Milk's former camera shop
On Tuesday the Gilbert Baker Foundation in partnership with the GLBT Historical Society unveiled a new Pride Flag pop-up art exhibit "In Their Own Eyes" at Harvey Milk's former camera shop at 575 Castro Street.
While San Francisco's Pride parade will again not take place this year, the traditional Pink Triangle atop Twin Peaks will again be lit up like a giant gay beacon, this time throughout Pride Month.
Noe Art Mart continues offering queer artists a space to showcase and sell their creativity amid the pandemic
Every Sunday through the end of June, a block off Noe and Market streets transforms into an outdoor art market, where passersby can purchase anything from potted succulents to psychedelic portraits from participating vendors.
After several years of planning, legacy bookstore The Booksmith is moving to its third home later this spring. The new location is just down the block on Haight Street in a building the business already leased for an event-focused space called The Bindery.