Plus, hair dolls for the dead, a tribute to cable cars, live jazz and an homage to Marvin Gaye.
Also: Marquis Hill at Black Cat, the KAIYŌ Rooftop opens with Nikkei shared plates and a tour of the Cliff House and ruins of Sutro Baths.
February is Black History Month and there are numerous ways to celebrate the occasion in San Francisco.
Comedian Marc Maron postponed his San Francisco gig last minute, but there is still plenty going on this weekend.
Also: Remembering Wayne Thiebaud, a Tenderloin and Lower Polk art walk, the San Francisco Independent Film Festival and an origami folding class.
A Paint the Void group show looks back at nearly two years of pandemic murals. Plus: FOG Design + Art returns and outdoor comedy.
The spontaneous discovery of ‘La Luz Entre Nosotros,’ mounted in the window of Gallery Wendi Norris, helped one art critic feel a bit warmer on the cold streets of San Francisco.
At Ryan Mrozowski’s new solo show everything—from artistic conventions to the symbols that comprise our alphabet—are thrown into question.