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A painted scene of several seated figures.

Bay Area Visual Art Exhibitions Not to Miss this Fall

Hung Liu Devoted Her Career to Remembering Others, Now the Art World Remembers Her

Harvey Lozada stands in front of a classic American made car with a personalized plate that reads "San Fran," while wearing a shirt that reads "Born & Raised & Native & Local & San Franciscan."

Frisco Born Filmmaker Harvey Lozada Turns the Camera on SOMA

A seated crowd looks left, behind them a projectionists stands next to two film projectors, one actively beaming light.

There’s Nothing Like Seeing Moving Images in the Dark

A WPA-era mural by Victor Arnautoff depicting slave ownership and Native American genocide is part of a new controversy at George Washington High School in San Francisco.

Judge Won’t Allow Mural at San Francisco School to Be Covered

SFMOMA's Cuts to Film, Other Programs Prompt Widespread Outrage


SFMOMA Cuts Several Programs and Staff Positions, Citing Declining Attendance

At Legion of Honor, Life in Pompeii—And Bread—Preserved For Millennia

Diana Guerrero-Maciá’s Textile Work Lights Up Traywick Contemporary