The four-weekend-long San Francisco Open Studios (SFOS), presented by ArtSpan, is celebrating its 48th year with a welcomed return to in-person showcases after a couple of years of SFOS events were truncated due to the pandemic. The final weekend, Nov. 12-13, will be centered in the Richmond District with more than a dozen artists participating, each with a unique approach to creating and presenting their art to the public with no buffers.
Supervisor Gordon Mar recently announced the launch of an innovative initiative, Sunset Art@Work, a program aimed at promoting and supporting local small businesses and providing a platform for local artists to showcase their ideas and talents.
The Great Highway gallery is excited to present HNL-SFO/Castaways, Installation, rope panels and asseblage from Maureen Debreé, Ethan Estess and Mark Cunningham. Sponsored by Head High wines.
Leaders from the arts and business communities have partnered together to create Art Walk SF.
Celebrating the art, music, food, and small businesses of the City with Saturday Art Walks in a different SF neighborhood each month.
The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco presents the exclusive West Coast presentation of the international touring exhibition “Ramses the Great and the Gold of the Pharaohs.” Touted as a “once-in-a-lifetime installation” is now on display at the de Young Museum. The exhibition will run until February, 2023.
It is hard to miss this creative and fanciful artwork painted on a house at the corner of Irving Street and 36th Avenue in the Sunset District. The work is by San Francisco artist Joshua Coffy.
Press Release: ‘Ramses the Great and the Gold of the Pharaohs’ Brings Splendors of Ancient Egypt to SF
“’Ramses the Great and the Gold of the Pharaohs’ reveals the power and splendor of ancient Egypt, and expands on the history conveyed within our own collection of ancient art.” – Thomas P. Campbell, director and CEO of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.
Please join us at our ArtScape event, August 13th 11 am – 5 pm, and every 2nd Saturday through October, featuring local artists, live music, delicious food, and creative activities for all ages.
Artist Faith Ringgold, 91, was rejected by the art world countless times. Being an African American woman, who boldly confronted subjects like racism, slavery, violence and inequality in her prolific body of work, made the establishment uncomfortable.
Artwork by Spencer Nuss (14).
Viewers had a wide range of emotional reactions – from exuberance, awe and pride to melancholy feelings of nostalgia – on June 18, opening day of the Northern California stop of the Obama Portraits Tour, being exhibited through Aug. 14, at San Francisco’s de Young Museum.
Art by Geo Moreno honors Steph (Chef) Curry, one of the greatest basketball players in history.
Usually when a new business opens up in the neighborhood, it does so with the intention of making a profit. Work in Progress, a new community hub located in the Inner Richmond, takes an alternative stroke at defining success.
“Creative Conservation: The Art of Endangered Animals,” now at The Walt Disney Family Museum, features paintings by actual rescued and rehabilitated animals alongside artwork by human friends who were inspired by the wild animals.
Come by and say hello to Michael Durand, the editor of the Richmond Review and Sunset Beacon newspapers and the RichmondSunsetNews.com website at our table at the Richmond Neighborhood Center on April 14.