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Tuesday, September 21, 2021

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Emily Wilson

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Shimmying fish and flowing Kanji immerse viewers in myth at ‘Continuity’

Innovative, interactive digital teamLab exhibit inaugurates new pavilion at Asian Art Museum.

Guerilla projections battle Asian hate in ‘Dear America’

After Atlanta massacre, artist Christy Chan was determined to take up space with urgent messages.

No, these LGBTQ, POC science workers aren’t ‘diversity hires’

'New Science' exhibit at Cal Academy highlights wave of minority workers thriving in STEMM fields.

Welcome home: Striking neighborhood murals come to SFO airport

Artist Emily Fromm contributes four new pieces to the Harvey Milk Terminal, showcasing local flavor

Artists partner with Asian elders to produce gorgeous, personal posters

The Great AAPI Elder Print Off aims to reflect the complex feelings and stories of seniors in a time of rising hate.

Pregnancy shaped artist Kimia Ferdowsi Kline’s new show “Mother Tongue”

On how her body's own shifting capabilities—and complex relationship with maternal messaging—colored the Marrow Gallery exhibition.

Porchlight, Bawdy Storytelling take stage at newly Mint-ed al fresco series

Courtyard Cabaret was the result of COVID downtime—but an outdoor drink and show sounds smashing for summer.

A new gallery uplifts contemporary Asian art to counter misconceptions

Curator Abby Chen on how the Asian Art Museum's Hambrecht Contemporary Gallery connects antiquities to urgent current concerns.

Through hardship, a pastor encounters good people in ‘United States of Grace’

Lenny Duncan's 'Memoir of Homelessness, Addiction, Incarceration, and Hope" isn't the usual redemption story.

SF Opera returns—with a lakeside, drive-in production of ‘Barber of Seville’

Director Matthew Ozawa reflects on his art form's new normal: “Sometimes it gets cold at night, and there’s a lovely duck that loves to say hello.”