The Bay Lights that lit up the Bay Bridge went dark in March, but will once again dazzle spectators and football fans flooding into the city for Super Bowl Fifty next year.
San Francisco’s only museum devoted to comics, cartoons and animation is closing its doors at the end of June, but not forever.
Most people go to the barber shop to get a little off the top. But at Ajja’s in Antioch, what Derek Hernandez is doing is definitely over the top.
Art, baseball, ballet, and Kiesza — yes, the Bay Area is truly eclectic, and so is this week’s list!
Dozens of art exhibitions will flood Market Street starting Thursday as the public prepares to vote on which ones will become a permanent fixture in this rapidly changing San Francisco corridor.
The painting is good enough for the famed Musee d’Orsay, but it’s too risqué for Facebook, and now after banning a photo of a nude painting of a woman’s crotch, the American company–whose terms of service declare users must sue in Northern California–may still face the first of potentially many lawsuits over how it does business overseas.
The Visual and Performing Arts Content Standards for California Public Schools provide a powerful tool for educators and students alike to engage in powerful, meaningful study.
Career choices later in life within applied art fields, such as fashion and industrial design are often sparked through early school art programs.
The late Star Trek actor Leonard Nimoy left many legacies in his work across genres, but one that might not be as well known is his role as a champion of beauty of all sizes, including his photographic work with San Francisco-based Fat Bottom Revue, featured in 2007.
This list will give you an idea of what gifts are best to bring back from a trip.