From neighborhood blight to bright: Artists have transformed part of San Francisco’s Bayview, and it’s hard to miss.
What do you do with a giant pile of recycled porno mags, nature magazines, and a really sharp pair of scissors?
A new exhibit of David Hockney’s work, including about 150 iPad images, opened Saturday in the de Young Museum in Golden Gate Park.
During this National Disability Month, one San Francisco nonprofit is celebrating 30 years of serving a community of artists with developmental disabilities.
The cocktails were flowing Thursday evening at The Palace Hotel, in celebration of the return of the Pied Piper of Hamelin mural.
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As the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art prepares to close for nearly three years for a 225,000- square foot expansion, a groundbreaking ceremony was held on Wednesday to celebrate the start of construction.
San Francisco Symphony musicians played their first concert Tuesday since returning from an 18-day strike that ended Sunday.
“The Bay Lights,” an $8 million privately funded project created by artist Leo Villareal, will wow visitors near the bridge for at least the next two years. Mayor Ed Lee said an estimated 50 million people in San Francisco and the North and East Bay will eventually see the lights.
A light sculpture made up of 25,000 LED lights strung along the western span of the Bay Bridge will be turned on Tuesday night after months of preparation.