By ARMAND EMAMDJOMEH With photographers crouched behind their tripods, the countdown reached zero and the visual orgy commenced. The air reverberated with a dozen clicks as light painters at Dolores Park on Wednesday night tried with cameras to catch the lights others waved frantically into the night sky. “I thought the idea of actually painting with light was really interesting,”...
By MADELEINE BAIR No matter the type of artwork, audiences generally come to a gallery with one simple expectation: The art is complete. Artists at work and audience, convention dictates, do not belong together. But at the Mission Cultural Center on Saturday night, tradition was thrown out the door as 77 artists and hundreds of guests filled the two large...
Performances move to the Street--Experience the Highlights in Print and Multimedia
By JUDITH JOFFE-BLOCK Mission Local talked to Brion Nuda Rosch as he prepared for The Portable Ice Cream Stand’s first open hours, held on September 18. Can ice cream socials finance art? Probably not, but the question and the process of discovering the answer, said local artist Brion Nuda Rosch, is the impetus behind his new exhibit, The Portable Ice...
Or, How Trees Grow in the Mission
San Francisco tradition of writers who raise political dollars continues in hipster Mission.
By SHALWAH EVANS Don't call Chor Boogie a graffiti artist.
Artists make art from hope and despair. By HÉLÈNE GOUPIL
The City Art Gallery is having an Erotic Art Exhibition until Feb. 28. Don't miss it! This video is rated PG-13. Some material may not be suitable for children. By MARNETTE FEDERIS and STEFANIA ROUSSELLE
Shootings, budget cuts and art exhibits. Happy Valentine's Day!
Holy bacon, artwork and the Casa Verde!
"Bluerain," graffiti, home foreclosures and a Mexicasian Wonderland.
In a neighborhood known for colorful murals, last month one wall shone brighter than the others. By ANGELA KILDUFF
No Reservations in the Mission ... and we're not talking about Dosa.
Mission Eyes went to check out for you the Monster Drawing Rally organized by Southern Exposure at the Verdi Club, a live drawing and fundraising event featuring over 130 artists.