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Emily Wilson


The Town blooms in Misty Copeland and Leyla Fayyaz’s dance film ‘Flower’

Produced by Nelson George, the short feature celebrates organized resistance in the face of community displacement.

Wall-to-wall de Young Open offers up Bay’s creative bounty—and supports artists, too

More than 7,000 artists applied for this year's edition. What trends do jurors see in their work?

At Fringe Fest, a tale of bullied young immigrants ‘Dancing Home’

Dyana Díaz's play was inspired by a children's book—and her own experience at the San Francisco Youth Theatre

Feeling out ‘What’s that about’ with curator Saif Azzuz

From Coyote tales to AstroTurf, show at Anthony Meier aims to build community rather than impose meaning

Black queer art made visible: Speaking with gallerist Jonathan Carver Moore

'The element of surprise and learning about what's behind the painting, the photograph, the sculpture—I love that.'

In ‘Pedro & Daniel’ and ‘Gordo,’ cracking open the young queer Mexican American experience

Two books set in the '70s detail the lives of young boys—two brothers and a farmworkers' son—vividly and loving

Taravat Talepasand will not be silenced

She's made it through censorship and the Trump administration—and the Iranian American artist is still telling her truth.

“Resting Our Eyes” taps the power of Black women in repose

Sadie Barnette, Mickalene Thomas, Carrie Mae Weems, Lava Thomas, more pay homage to beauty and respite.

A ‘Frida y Diego’ opera that ditches clichés (and castanets)

'We bring our vision as contemporary Mexican artists and avoid all this noise,' says Lorena Maza of SFO's first production in Spanish

Binding craft to concept at Center for the Book, from Yoko Ono to Reginald Walker

Curator Megan N. Liberty's latest show highlights a surprising artistic intersection of materials and ideas.