published by Wrong Kind Of Green
by By Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya
Is the US planning the occupation of Syria by training an unconventional insurgent invasion force?
Think regime change in Syria is off […] Fri, Mar 06, 2015 SFsthetik – Art-Media-Technology-Culture – News Feed from San Francisco
Vanessa Marsh’s “Mountain 4″ from her series “Falling”
Bay Area artist and photographer Vanessa Marsh’s photographs, currently on display at San Francisco’s Dolby Chadwick Gallery till February 28, are dream-like in […] Mon, Feb 23, 2015 SFsthetik – Art-Media-Technology-Culture – News Feed from San Francisco
Join us for the 23rd annual Noise Pop Festival. From February 20 - March 1, the San Francisco Bay Area will be inundated with the best independent music, films, and […] Fri, Feb 20, 2015 SFsthetik – Art-Media-Technology-Culture – News Feed from San Francisco
"Digital art has been around since the 1950s," claims writer and curator Conrad Bodman. "But not many museums and galleries have focused on it as a serious subject matter."
"In the […] Wed, Feb 18, 2015 SFsthetik – Art-Media-Technology-Culture – News Feed from San Francisco
Fractal Afternoon #12 – #abstract #art Mark Gould @markegould 2015 Ultra HD and large format prints available pic.twitter.com/jATlWS42Yv — sfsthetik (@sfsthetik) May 21, 2015 Like this:Like Loading... Related Comments comments
Mexican artist Curiot is currently in in the city and just finished working on a new mural now on display downtown. The wall was curated by Upper Playground and Fifty24SF Gallery. The Curiot exhibit at FFDG, “Down the Rabbit Hole with Neon Lights,” runs through
by Alex Mak Broke-Ass Stuart (republished with permission) This is not an article about celebrity painters like Andy Warhol or Salvador Dalí, this is an article about celebrities who paint, like Johnny Depp and and Lucy Liu. The difference between
April 3-4, Friday-Saturday, 8pm Dance Mission Theatre 3316 24th Street (corner Mission) San Francisco CA 94110 Sidra Bell Dance New York presents San Francisco Season 2015 Unidentifiable; Bodies San Francisco Premiere TICKETS: $10 students; $20 general available info SIDRA BELL DANCE NEW