Don’t Miss: Andrew Schoultz, “Blown to Bits” at Hosfelt Gallery

Now at Hosfelt Gallery for just one more week, “Blown To Bits” brings Los Angeles-based artist Andrew Schoultz back to the San Francisco arts scene after leaving the Mission district where he lived and made art for over a decade. Schoultz draws upon reflections of consternation, which he has expressed in several interviews, from living in the epicenter of the […]

Call for Entries: Sanchez Art Center, 2015 Left Coast Annual — Due: February 10, 2015

01.22.2015
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SANCHEZ ART CENTER CALL FOR ENTRIES: 2015 Left Coast Annual April 10 – May 17, 2015 1220-B Linda Mar Blvd. Pacifica, CA 94044 Entry Deadline: February 10, 2015 ABOUT THE JUROR Cathy Kimball is Executive Director and Chief Curator of the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, where she has implemented a number of new […]

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Photo Feature: “1AM Revolution” at 1AM SF Gallery

01.22.2015
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1AM Gallery celebrates its six-year in South of Market and the beginning of its 2015 programming with “1AM Revolution,” a diverse group show of local and international artists affiliated with the gallery’s robust history. With this exhibition, 1AM  reaffirms and renews its mission to celebrate and uphold the freedom of speech and creative expression through art exhibitions, mural services, and its classes and workshops. 1AM Gallery writes, “As the […]

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Photo Feature: 4th Annual Supersonic Art Invitational at Spoke Art

01.20.2015
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The 4th Annual Supersonic Art Invitational fills all of Spoke Art and Hashimoto Gallery’s walls this month. Reaching across medium and subject matter, curator Zach Tutor of the well-known Supersonic Art Tumblr and blog has invited artists to exhibit in this group show who he believes are creating the highest caliber work, and represent a wide diversity within the New […]

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Call for Artists: Public Art Opportunities on MUNI Vehicles in Mission District — Due: January 31, 2015

01.20.2015
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Call for Artists: Public Art Opportunities on MUNI Vehicles in Mission District APPLICATION DEADLINE: January 31, 2015 San Francisco Planning is launching a Public Art Campaign, seeking artists who represent the distinct identity of Mission Street. The Mission Street Art on MUNI Series will select four Bay Area artists to produce two pieces each of original artwork […]

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Don’t Miss: Andrew Schoultz, “Blown to Bits” at Hosfelt Gallery

01.16.2015
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Now at Hosfelt Gallery for just one more week, “Blown To Bits” brings Los Angeles-based artist Andrew Schoultz back to the San Francisco arts scene after leaving the Mission district where he lived and made art for over a decade. Schoultz draws upon reflections of consternation, which he has expressed in several interviews, from living in the epicenter of the […]

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Photo Feature: Luna Rienne Gallery, Affordable Art Series

12.30.2014
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Luna Rienne Gallery’s current exhibition of 10-inch square artworks officially launches its Affordable Art Series, which will offer modestly-priced artwork to both seasoned and burgeoning art collectors alike by a continuingly growing roster of local and national artists. With this new programming, Luna Rienne joins several other galleries in the San Francisco Bay Area that simplify the oft-described difficult, or seemingly daunting process of acquiring […]

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