Appealing Events: Weight Perception at Guerrero Gallery

Weight Perception, opening at Guerrero Gallery on Saturday, is an example of the nexus of activity in the current arts climate of San Francisco. It…

Appealing Events: DOTS and DASHES at Shoe Biz II

Art can happen anywhere, but it rarely does. Let me unpack that one a bit. Whenever two or more of you are gathered in art’s…

Intersection For The Arts, The Hub, And The Chronicle Building

On the ground floor of the San Francisco Chronicle building at Mission and 5th streets, Mission-based arts organization Intersection for the Arts opened its first…

Appealing Events: Rayko Photo Center’s Latest Exhibition

On the corner of Harrison and 3rd Street, between a parking lot and the freeway overpass is Rayko Photo Center, a building and business that…

Appealing Events: Lindsey White’s Equivalent Exposure

Lindsey White is a special type of artist. Comfortable in photography, video, sculpture and installation, her work poignantly exposes those curious and lovely moments we…

Appealing Events: Lending Library At Adobe Books

Adobe Bookstore is almost like a bookstore you might see in a movie, if the movie was about an old bookstore seemingly held together by…

Appealing Events: Extended Play At Southern Exposure

It’s summertime at Southern Exposure. Yet again, this Mission based arts organization is pushing itself into a new arena by premiering performances of multiple forms…

Art At The Dump? Why Not?

The value we assign to objects has a lot to do with a curious relationship between location and intention. If an old rocking chair is…

Appealing Events: SF Camerawork’s Spring Exhibitions

We have been at war for a long time now. It’s easy to say it’s been too long. Few of us, even the war’s most…

Appealing Events: Low Lives 2

Friday night, 24th Street’s Galeria de la Raza partners with ATA Gallery (another San Francisco blessed stapleon Valencia and 22nd Street) as well as New…