Hashimoto Contemporary presents “Less Is More”, a solo exhibition by Jessica Hess. The show introduces a new series of hyperreal oil paintings surveying architectural ephemerality. “Less Is More” expands Hess’ ongoing survey of derelict spaces void of human presence. The vivid paintings transport the viewer to locations around the country, such as the Heidelberg project […]

Gross Magazine is an arts and culture magazine that is amping up all that a publication can be and do. Although, only a few years in the making, Gross is fast attracting attention and has already obtained national and international distribution. Having worked in artistic capacities themselves, founders Victor Gonzalez and Kevin Peth started Gross […]

Please click the link to RSVP on EventBrite. Select one slot for a 15 minute one-on-one consultation with San Francisco Arts Commission staff about the following grant categories: Individual Artist Commission These 15-minute one-on-one consultations with SFAC grants staff are designed to provide newcomers and seasoned grantees access to program-specific grant information, technical assistance materials […]

 GROUP HANG Public Exhibition of New Work by FB AIRs Facebook’s Artist in Residence Program (FB AIR) is pleased to announce its first major public exhibition, *Group Hang.* The show will take place at The Lab, a nonprofit art space located in San Francisco’s Mission District, and will be open to members of the public […]

Calling artists for Día de los Muertos 2017 What: Calling artists for installation work, flat work, and altars for exhibition in Remembrance and Resistance: Día de los Muertos 2017. Produced by SOMArts Cultural Center. Exhibition and programming curated by René & Rio Yañez. When: Submit a proposal online here by 3pm on Thursday, August […]

NSFW curated by Dasha Matsuura August 5 – 26, 2017 Spoke Art presents NSFW, a group exhibition featuring over 40 female and femme identifying artists exploring sex and sexuality. This dynamic group displays a complex spectrum of experiences from the feminine perspective. Working in a variety of media including painting, embroidery, neon and beyond, each […]

DEADLINE AUGUST 25TH Embark has THREE free open calls for current and recent MFA graduates from CCA, SFAI, SJSU, SF State, Stanford, UC Berkeley, Mills and UC Davis. If you graduated from one of the above MFA programs THIS YEAR or are a current student we want to see your work! Neighbors For this exhibition, […]

The Four Barrel Art Department is happy to announce a juried art exhibition based on the theme ‘Fluid’. We seek to fill our cafe gallery with artwork based around the fluidity of paints and inks, and any related interpretation of this concept. Free flowing acrylic, ink, and resin are the materials that first come to […]

Through bright and colorful, and deeply introspective paintings depicting seemingly simple observational still lifes, Oakland artist Anna Valdez examines how predominantly Western aesthetic history, as well as personal identity, is visually represented through individually-curated objects within domestic spaces and common objects. Both large and small paintings in “Works Sighted,” her solo show on view at Hashimoto Contemporary, […]

On view at Luggage Store Gallery, the group exhibition Lil SWIM continues the legacy of implementing diversity with inclusion, and creating community. The space, which launched the careers of many noteworthy artists such as Barry McGee and Clare Rojas of the Mission School movement, continues to create a strong sense of active creative social engagement. This […]